Pelvic Floor Strengthening Exercises – x3 Daily Routine

Your pelvic floor is made up of muscles and tissue between the bony parts of your pelvis. The pelvic floor is responsible for supporting the function of urination, bowel movements, sex and pregnancy and delivery. It also keeps the bladder, intestines and reproductive organs in place.

Sounds important, right? You’re absolutely right. Taking care of your pelvic health can be done in multiple ways. It is important to see your OB/GYN once a year for an exam and lab work. Making sure you maintain a healthy weight is also important. If you are overweight, more pressure is put on the pelvic floor, straining the muscles and tissue that keep everything in place.Urinary incontinence simply means that you have a problem holding in your pee, no matter how full or empty your bladder is. This can become an issue when your pelvis is not capable of supporting your bladder well.

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