The pelvic floor muscles can get out of a normal routine when symptoms like leaking, constipation, and pain arise. Using pelvic floor awareness practices, you can begin to turn those symptoms around!
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"Normal" complaints like leaking while running after your kids, feeling gassy and bloated after meals, having unwanted pain during sex, or having to go to the bathroom every hour are common among women. They are also treatable. Start taking action steps to unravel the layers behind your symptoms.
Since the movement of the pelvic floor can be hard to feel or see - compared to flexing your bicep and seeing your arm curl up for example - a mirror stands in as a perfect stimulus to see those muscles.
Most people hear the words pelvic floor, and automatically think of kegels (or pelvic floor contractions). Yet, there are many cases where quite the opposite is more important.
Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is the formal name for leaking urine while sneezing, laughing, running, etc. Here is the good news, you CAN do something about this to keep your pants dry and boost your confidence.
Adults can benefit greatly from a regular bedtime, amongst other sleep hygiene strategies, in order to improve sleep quality and avoid sleep deprivation.
Movement, nutrition, stress reduction, and sleep routines are the key components of an ancestral lifestyle.
Together, being truly vulnerable and accountable makes a person well-suited for physical therapy.