What’s the best way to train your pelvic floor?

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Do you feel a wave of anxiety each time you cough, sneeze or laugh? Are you nervous to go for a jog in case your pelvic floor fails you? Then you’re not alone. According to experts, up to a quarter of non-pregnant women experience pelvic floor issues that impact their quality of life – and it’s a problem that tends to develop in the post-partum period. There is good news, though: By training your pelvic floor, you can improve or eliminate these problems and enhance your overall pelvic health and well-being. The question is, what’s the best approach?

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Continence: Why It’s Everyone’s Problem and What You Can Do About It

When it comes to continence, it’s a topic that many people shy away from discussing openly. However, the truth is that continence issues can affect individuals of all ages and genders. Whether it’s urinary incontinence or faecal incontinence, these conditions can significantly impact a person’s quality of life. In this article, I will shed light on why continence is everyone’s problem and provide actionable steps you can take to address it.

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Let’s talk about pelvic prolapse

avoiding pelvic prolapse

So here goes, one of those things that rarely gets talked about but apparently happens to 50% of women – let’s talk about prolapse. What is it? Pelvic organ prolapse is when one or more of the organs in the pelvis slip down from their normal position and bulge into the vagina. It can be […]

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How strong is your pelvic floor?

do your pelvic floor exercises

How much do you know about your pelvic floor? Firstly, in order to tackle pelvic floor issues, you will need to know what the pelvic floor actually is. Pelvic floor muscles are the layer of muscles that support the pelvic organs and span the bottom of the pelvis. The pelvic organs are the bladder and bowel in […]

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