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Tag Archives: pelvic floor muscles

Stop doing your Kegel exercises for women while sitting down!

When Kegel exercises were first conceived in in 1948, nobody had a computer in their home or a phone in their pocket.read more »

Kegel Exercises for Women May Cause Muscle Imbalance

If you don’t have strong glutes, performing regular Kegel exercises for women could be causing serious muscle problems in the pelvic floor.read more »

Need to Learn Kegel Exercises for Women? There’s an App for That

Kegel exercises, for women, can be the key to a better sex life, even better bladder control.read more »

Apex: Kegel exercises for women just got easier

Too tired to do your Kegels? Apex, a new product from Pour Moi, can help you achieve better sexual health with practically no effort at all.read more »

Don’t over-do your Kegel exercises for women

Kegel exercises for women are very beneficial for a lot of different reasons, but you can get too much of a good thing.read more »

Are your bladder control exercises helping…or hurting?

Every exercise, even bladder control exercises, can be performed incorrectly.read more »

Beyond estrogen: Common causes and fixes for bladder weakness

Bladder weakness is not always due to the loss of estrogen and, whether it is or not, can often be fixed.read more »

Bladder control exercises can help you gain control, stop that leaking bladder

During menopause, the level of estrogen drops, which can cause a weakening of your bladder muscles and your urethral sphincter (which keeps urine in your bladder).read more »

Leaking bladder: Use Kegels and other exercises to regain control

Weak pelvic floor muscles are not normal at any age for women. They can lead to incontinence and a low sex drive. There are several exercises or techniques to help strengthen these muscles. read more »

Change your behavior to control a leaking bladder

Make a few little changes in your behavior, and you can establish better control over a leaking bladder.read more »