The use of Kegel Exercises for urinary troubles.
Kegels for Women
Kegel exercises for women work for all kinds of urinary incontinence. They strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, which are used to hold in urine. Kegels are done by repeatedly squeezing and relaxing the pelvic floor muscles. Step-by-step instructions for doing Kegels are available from the Harvard Women’s Health Watch. If you have trouble doing Kegels, or they don’t seem to be working, a physical therapist can use techniques like biofeedback to help you find the right muscles to squeeze. Pelvic floor physical therapy can also improve posture, which helps keep pelvic floor muscles functioning properly.
Kegels for Men
You've heard about Kegel exercises for women, well it works for men in different ways especially after prostate surgery, it improves symptoms of erectile dysfunction and delays premature ejaculation and perhaps even boosts libido. Here is an important link to use when trying out the Kegel exercises. (Link to exercises for men)
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