Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Did you know the bladder leakage is a common occurrence in approximately one third of the female population? However, just because it's common doesn't necessarily mean that it's natural occurrence. In fact bladder leakage is a huge warning sign that the pelvic floor muscles are too weak to prevent an accidental leak. If you leak when you laugh, cough, sneeze or exercise that is your body telling you that you need to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. Kegels are the answer to this. However according to the National Institute of Health only 50% of women who actually do Kegels to strengthen their pelvic floor muscles do them correctly. Because of this Kegel exercises are largely ineffective. Building pelvic floor muscle requires resistance. Trying to squeeze muscles that are hard to isolate and identify is very frustrating and without resistance largely fails.
Hi! Im Crystyn and I am the mother to two beautiful baby boys, Lex and Jack. I am a teacher turned stay at home mom that enjoys photography, family time, and my puppy dogs. I love learning about new products and finding the best for my family while helping others!