A ‘fit’, ‘strong’ and functioning pelvic floor means better bladder control, better core stability & strength and better pre & post-pregnancy sex
A ‘fit’, ‘strong’ and functioning pelvic floor means better bladder control, better core stability & strength and better pre & post-pregnancy sex
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Facing the menopause?

The onset of the menopause can affect your pelvic floor muscles which can lead to increased weight gain and stress incontinence.
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How can I strengthen my pelvic floor?

Improve your Kegel exercises. It sounds strange but this muscle can be strengthened with a series of exercises, named after Dr Kegel who developed a fitness approach to improving the strength of your pelvic floor. And with regular workouts, you can see results in 2-3 weeks.

There are a range of exercise trackers to help you manage your fitness and keep track. The exercises are discreet so that no one need ever know that you are exercising or using a device. You can bring your pelvic floor back to fitness any time, any place, anywhere.

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