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“So, what does a Kegel exercise feel like?

A Kegel Exercise feels like a definite lift and squeeze. It’s a lift and squeeze in and around your pelvic openings. And then it feels like a relax and letting go sensation in and around that same area.

Arnold Kegel found that when women perform Kegel exercises, they improve their bladder function, and we know now that Kegels improve bowel, bladder control and sexual function.”  –Michelle Kenway, Pelvic Floor Physiotherapist, author of Inside Out — the essential women’s guide to pelvic support

Urinary incontinence, or loss of bladder control, is a frustrating problem for millions of people. Not knowing when and where the unpleasant symptom of incontinence could be manifested can affect everything from work to social and personal life. Urinary incontinence affects men and women indistinctly, but it is more common in women. Studies show that at least half of older women may have some form of incontinence.

The main symptom of incontinence is an urge to urinate and urine loss. Loss can occur when you laugh, sneeze, jog, or lift something heavy. This type of stress incontinence occurs when the muscles and the tissue around the opening of the bladder become weak. When there is more pressure against the bladder and the opening is not closed, bladder leaks occur. The pressure caused by coughing or laughter may be enough to cause bladder leakage.

The Pelvic Floor

Still unknown today – and yet fundamental to the health and well-being of every woman – is the muscle region commonly defined as the pelvic floor. This rhomboidal area extends from the pubic syncrosis to the coccyx, closes down the abdominal-pelvic cavity, and surrounds and supports the urethra, bladder and vagina up to the anus rectum. The pelvic floor has long been ignored for reasons of various nature. First, this is a relatively “hidden” area of ​​our body. An area between the thighs that we do not see. Second, that of the pelvic floor is in fact both the key region of defecation and urination as well as of sexuality.

Perineal muscle training is an excellent strategy to combat and prevent many annoying disorders, including urinary incontinence. The weakening of the pelvic muscles causes a drop in the bladder neck. This, in turn, causes a bad functioning of the internal sphincter that can not remain closed satisfactorily in the event of even minimal effort. To obtain a vital and strong pelvic floor, it is important to maintain some regularity (eg 15 minutes each day) in the execution of the exercises for at least a couple of months.

The Kegel Exercises

The best known exercises for the development of the muscles in question are those developed by A. Kegel. They are not simple exercises to carry out, and require great concentration and knowledge of one’s body. Kegel’s exercises affect muscles that we can not see or touch. The main goal of Kegel’s exercises is to improve muscle tone by strengthening the muscles of the pelvic floor.

The Technique

Kegel’s “completely discreet” exercises can be performed everywhere, at any time of the day: sitting, standing, lying down or while in the bathroom. Simplified controlled movements are required to execute them:

Make sure you fully empty the bladder before performing Kegel exercises as operating with a full bladder can weaken the pubococcygeus muscle and cause subsequent difficulties in complete bladder emptying.

  1. Hold the muscles of the pelvic floor for 5-10 seconds.
  2. Slowly release those muscles for 5-10 seconds.
  3. Do not move your legs, buttocks or abdominal muscles during the exercise.
  4. Repeat the series 10 times, 2-3 times during the day

Initially, it may be difficult to contract the pelvic muscles for 10 seconds. If so, it is advisable to start gradually, first contracting the muscles for 4-5 seconds, then progressively increase the contraction time for up to 10 seconds.

Awareness of problems is the key that opens the door to possible solutions. Urinary incontinence is still considered a taboo subject despite the frequency that it occurs, and this attitude contributes to the humiliation and resignation that people suffer. It is fundamental to  inform and create awareness of urinary incontinence.

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Further Reading:  

How to Deal with Prolapse and Incontinence

Non-Invasive Methods to Treat Your Bladder Leaks

Prevent Urinary Incontinence After Childbirth: Knowledge is Power

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