Many woman find that before having children they can run up and down the stairs, do yoga, bounce on a trampoline and more without any problem. But after childbirth? Well, some of those activities can result in embarrassing “oops” moments. Not that I know anything about them…
(Ok. I lie. I know all about them.)
Believe it or not, bladder leakage is a common occurrence in approximately one third of the female population. However, just because it’s common doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s natural occurrence. In fact, bladder leakage is a huge warning sign that the pelvic floor muscles are too weak to prevent an accidental leak. If you leak when you laugh, cough, sneeze or exercise that is your body telling you that you need to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. If you want to find out more on the cause of having an overactive bladder or want to seek medical advice, you could look into a site like Advanced Urology to give you all the information you will need to stay informed and clued up. It is nothing to be embarrassed about.
(I hear you, body. Loud and clear.)
Kegels are the answer to this. However according to the National Institute of Health only 50% of women who actually do Kegels to strengthen their pelvic floor muscles do them correctly. Because of this Kegel exercises are largely ineffective. Building pelvic floor muscle requires resistance. Trying to squeeze muscles that are hard to isolate and identify is very frustrating and without resistance largely fails.
Thankfully there is Apex!
Apex was designed by a medical company (InControl Medical) that specializes in incontinence to strengthen pelvic floor muscles naturally and quickly. It addresses pelvic floor muscles at the source, the pelvis. This transvaginal device gets to the muscles in the most direct manner. It inflates inside the vagina to place muscle stimulation contacts directly on your pelvic floor walls. The inflation feature provides active resistance to build real muscle and build it quickly!
All you have to do is use it for 10 minutes per day, 6 days per week in the privacy of your own home until your bladder leakage is gone. Just like any exercise, to keep the muscle toned after that, you must use it about once per week to stay strong and fit in your pelvic floor!
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