Kegel Exercises-The Best Solution
In 1943 Dr. Kegel, a gynaecologist and Assistant Professor of Gynaecology University of Southern California School of Medicine, theorized by strengthening ,through exercise, the pelvic floor muscles, women could overcome their problems of incontinence.
"His practice was successful as many of his patients reported a decrease in urinary leakage and as a side effect some of his clients reported that they had an orgasm for the first time."
And thus began what today is known as Kegel Exercises.
A recent study published in Modern Medicine Magazine maintains Kegel exercises are safer and significantly more effective than medication for managing both stress and urge urinary incontinence than anything else.
It also said that regardless of the therapeutic approach, patient compliance (meaning keeping at it!) is critical to long-term success.
It also maintain that drugs of all types for urinary incontinence were said to have relatively little benefit, as side effects kept compliance low, and long-term safety was still questionable.
Without the use of any drug taking it was found of 905 studies found —Kegel Floor Exercises —resulted in significant benefit, making up to 100% difference in incontinence rates, with no side effects.
As mentioned earlier “The Incontinence Foundation of Australia “maintains 70% of all sufferers can be treated successfully through the use of Kegel Exercises”. Repair Incontinence agrees with this.
However it has been shown statistically –many people are unable to contract their pelvic floor muscles when given written or verbal instructions.
Why is that?
There are several reasons:
But the good news is, it does work and in the link below I am going to explain to you as simply as possible how to do Kegel exercises.
The consequences of not doing pelvic floor exercises can be serious ...read more
Once you remember how it is so easy is to do, it takes only minutes a day. That’s right, minutes a day!
Many people forget to do them because a habit is not a habit until you have practised it for a period of time -say 3-4 weeks.
Looking after your own body is the best thing you can do. We all bathe regularly ,eat regularly , well Kegel exercises are just something to help your body look after itself and you can repair your incontinence but treat it for the rest of your life.
To learn how to do Kegel exercises click here