LOS ANGELES – Kegel exercises are becoming very popular, because they help to keep the pelvic floor muscles strong. Kegel.in (http://www.kegel.in) helps to navigate through the different options available, and the wide selection of Kegel devices (like KegelSmart by Intimina, OhMiBod Lovelife Krush, FPT Kegel Exerciser, Elvie, Skea, M!NNA Life kGoal, VSculpt, kGoal Smart Kegel Trainer, Kegelmaster) available to make the Kegel exercises more effective.
There is an extensive availability of peer-reviewed research, outlining the benefits of Kegel exercises. The pelvic floor muscles were first described in 1948 by Dr. Arnold Kegel. As a gynecologist, he designed the exercises as non-surgical treatment for genital relaxation, after understanding that the now called Kegel muscles support the uterus, bladder, rectum, and small intestine. According to the Mayo Clinic “Kegel exercises can help you prevent or control urinary incontinence and other pelvic floor problems”. The benefits it lists for Kegel exercises include reducing stress incontinence (leakage a few drops of urine while sneezing, laughing or coughing), urinary incontinence (strong, sudden urge to urinate just before losing a large amount of urine) and fecal incontinence. Among others, Korean researchers investigated the “Effect of Kegel Exercises on the Management of Female Stress Urinary Incontinence” and found that the participants improved their SUI symptoms, based on objectively verified data, specifically data from both the pad test and vaginal perineal muscle contractility data, verifying that Kegel exercises are indeed a safe method of intervention.
Kegel exercises may also be very helpful for pregnancy. According to the BabyCenter “Strengthening your pelvic floor muscles may also help prevent or treat urinary stress incontinence, a problem that affects up to two-thirds of women during or after pregnancy. Kegel exercises may even reduce the risk of anal incontinence.” Quoting the American Pregnancy Association: “Pregnant women who perform Kegel exercises often find they have an easier birth. Strengthening these muscles during pregnancy can help you develop the ability to control your muscles during labor and delivery. Toning these muscles will also minimize two common problems during pregnancy: decreased bladder control and hemorrhoids.”
Of course, it is necessary to have a regular Kegel routine, and not just to exercise from time to time. More details and updates, to support a regular Kegel practice, are available on: http://www.kegel.in
To get more information about specific products for Kegel exercises, shortcuts are available on:
More information about overall women’s health can be found on http://MenstrualCupsIntimina.kegel.in
The site is also available in Spanish. It is called Copa Menstrual Reutilizable (http://www.CopaMenstrualReutilizable.com).
As the name says, its focus is on menstrual cups, but CMR also covers Kegel exercises in Spanish.
Company Name: Kegel
Contact Person: Margarita Kegel
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