If you happened to see the Lorraine show this morning you might just realise how important pelvic health can be.
According to the show some 84% of women who responded to their survey have a bladder weakness problem and while some may opt for a medical solution, a great many will want to find an alternative to surgery.
Pelvic floor exercises are the first line treatment as recommended by NICE but we all know that these muscles are notoriously difficult to locate let alone exercise. Kegel8 (www.kegel8.co.uk), the UK’s No1 on-line retailer for pelvic exercisers, sells an extensive range of products designed to tone and strengthen this important area of the body. They range from the simple Smart Balls to the Kegel8 Ultra, an electronic device which can locate, stimulate and strengthen the pelvic floor within weeks provided it is used regularly. Those women who are unsure which is the best option can contact the experienced friendly advisory team who are ready to help.
Kegel8’s Managing Director Stephanie Taylor is passionate about the need for more awareness of pelvic floor health
“ I think wearing a pad is like sticking a plaster over the problem. Government figures state 1 in 3 women suffer, so Lorraine’s figure of 84% is, I think, more realistic. Some women think that bladder weakness is a natural result of childbirth and ageing and are unaware that the problem will get worse in time to the extent that 50% of women will suffer a prolapse. Kegel exercises should be as natural and routine for women as cleaning our teeth – twice a day for a few minutes. At Kegel8 we’ve taken the guesswork out of Kegel Exercises and our registered medical devices are helping women stay in control whatever their age!”
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