Why are women using surgery and drugs when the AMA recommends that behavioral treatment is effective and should be made more readily for urinary incontinence? The problem is that the pelvic floor muscles, unlike other muscles, are not seen nor felt by the majority of women. We know the Kegel exercises work, but we can't figure out how to do them. Some women mistakenly contract the stomach or thigh muscles while trying to Kegel, which may even worsen pelvic floor tone (Medline Plus Medical Encyclopedia).
- Enhance Intimate Pleasure
- Strengthen Pelvic Floor Muscles
- Regain Bladder Control
- Stop Urine Leakage
Awareness is the secret to success. Dr. Kegel had good results with his Kegel exercise studies because he used biofeedback and physicians coached the women, worked with them to make sure they were exercising correctly. There are patented devices available that take the guesswork out of Kegeling.
Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI), which is loss of bladder or bowel control, is a condition caused by a wide range of circumstances; some of which include childbirth, aging, infection and athletic activities.
It is known that weak pelvic muscles are the main cause of "SUI" (Stress Urinary Incontinence) in women, causing involuntary (and often embarrassing) loss of urine. According to statistics from the National Association for Incontinence, it is estimated that, in the United States alone, billions of dollars are spent each year treating Stress Urinary Incontinence, including billions spent purchasing adult diapers (adult diapers actually outsell children's diapers two to one).
"This may explain why at least $5.2 billion is spent on incontinence pads each year."
"The most common form of urinary incontinence is called "stress incontinence". Accidents may occur while sneezing, laughing, exercising or just bending over. These pelvic floor muscles can become weak after childbirth or after a woman stops having periods."
(Drug Store News)
"Pelvic floor muscles are just like other muscles and resistance exercise can make them stronger. Women can regain control through pelvic muscle exercises called Kegel exercises. Kegel Exercises can help maintain or improve bladder control, therefore, reducing the chances of incontinence."
(National Institute of Diabetes & Digestive & Kidney Diseases)
It has long been accepted that strengthening the pelvic floor muscles (called the PC Muscles) increases the intensity of a woman's orgasmic experience. As these are the muscles that contract during a climax, it stands to reason that the stronger they are, the stronger the contractions will be; and the stronger the contractions, the more powerful the woman's orgasm.
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