Kegel Exercises

Aug 22, 2009
It is not only men, who worry about their penis size as more women say that the size of their genitals matters for their self-esteem and sexuality.

The thing is that for most women their vagina is not a visible part like for men and this makes intimate concerns worse.

Apr 01, 2009
Urinary incontinence is one of the most common problems that have a serious impact on person's social life. Urinary incontinence is more often reported among women than men. Many women, who face the problem, are too embarrassed to ask for help and feel isolated out of fear that others might know about this delicate issue.

Sep 16, 2009
Kegel Exercisers are devices meant to maintain the strength of pelvic floor muscles for men and women. Pelvic floor muscles play an important role in supporting the uterus, bladder and bowel. If these muscles are weak, you may face a number of problems such as urinary incontinence or sexual problems. Kegel exercisers are helpful for the following purposes:

Oct 18, 2010
How many times have you told yourself to start doing Kegel exercises after you found out about all the benefits of strengthening your pelvic muscles? Many women try Kegel exercisers to increase sexual satisfaction, others face such problems as urinary incontinence. In any case, many studies have shown that Kegel exercises are effective at improving both.

Nov 02, 2010
Women, who gave birth, are more likely to experience urinary incontinence, especially if a woman had longer labor. During the labor, the nerves and pelvic floor muscles can become weaker and overstretched, which leads to the urinary problems. Fortunately, there are many ways to reduce urinary incontinence and help your bladder work properly.

Aug 04, 2011
Many women experience such problems as urinary incontinence or uterine prolapse after childbirth. One of the most effective ways to increase your pelvic muscles strength is to perform Kegel exercises regularly.
Vaginal weights are often used to strengthen your pelvic area. They are inserted into vagina and you squeeze your pelvic muscles around them. It is recommended to do exercises with vaginal weights for about 10-15 minutes once or twice a day. If you perform these exercises on a daily basis you can expect to get the desired results from 3 to 6 weeks, but it is also important to continue doing pelvic exercises daily.

Aug 02, 2010
Recent scientific studies show that Kegel exercises with vaginal cones or vaginal weighs really work and can strengthen pelvic floor muscles to lessen incontinence.