Proactive Pelvic Care

Let’s talk about pelvic floor training – it’s like CrossFit for your vagina! Okay, maybe not quite, but the benefits of proactive pelvic floor training are pretty impressive.

Your pelvic floor is a group of muscles that support your bladder, uterus, and rectum. Like any muscle group, the pelvic floor can weaken over time due to factors like pregnancy, aging, and obesity. Weak pelvic floor muscles can lead to issues like urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and even sexual dysfunction.

That’s where pelvic floor training comes in. By strengthening and toning your pelvic floor muscles, you can reduce your risk of developing these issues and improve your overall pelvic health.

Pelvic floor training involves exercises like Kegels, squats, and bridges, which can be done anywhere, anytime. The key is to focus on engaging and relaxing the pelvic floor muscles, rather than just squeezing them. 

If you’re not sure where to start with pelvic floor training, don’t worry – there are plenty of resources available. Following an at home, on demand pelvic training course is a great way to make pelvic floor training a part of your everyday routine.  Your healthcare provider can help you develop a personalized pelvic floor training plan.

Remember, proactive pelvic floor training is a simple yet effective way to support your overall pelvic health. By making it a regular part of your fitness routine, you can prevent issues like incontinence and prolapse and enjoy a happier, healthier pelvic region.

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