Kegel Exercises: A How-to Guide for Women to Improve Incontinence and Tighten Your Vaginal for Better Sex (Paperback)

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Kegel Exercises: A How-to Guide for Women to Improve Incontinence and Tighten Your Vaginal for Better Sex (Paperback)

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A Step-by-Step Guide to Properly Performing Kegel Exercises

To perform Kegel exercises correctly, it is essential to locate and engage the pelvic floor muscles effectively.

While Kegel exercises may not contribute to physical appearance, their significance lies in strengthening the muscles supporting the bladder, thereby playing a crucial role in preventing incontinence. Originally conceived in the late 1940s by Dr. Arnold H. Kegel, an American gynecologist, these exercises were developed as a nonsurgical method to address urinary leakage in women. Remarkably, Kegel exercises have also proven beneficial for men dealing with incontinence issues.

Despite the apparent simplicity of Kegel exercises, identifying the precise muscles to target can be challenging. Research indicates that a significant percentage, approximately one-third or more, of both women and men performing Kegels are inadvertently engaging their abdominal, buttock, or inner thigh muscles. Consequently, they fail to experience the intended benefits of these exercises.

Ensuring the effectiveness of Kegel exercises involves not only understanding the simplicity of the exercises themselves but also correctly identifying and isolating the pelvic floor muscles. This comprehensive guide aims to provide step-by-step instructions for performing Kegel exercises accurately to maximize their potential benefits for bladder support and incontinence prevention.

Product Details ISBN: 9798876869371
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: January 20th, 2024
Pages: 50
Language: English