There are several symptoms that you may experience during pregnancy, and then there are several less common but more serious symptoms that can lead to a high-risk pregnancy. We will have a brief discussion on some of these symptoms and how strengthening your pelvic floor muscles and core/abdomen can be beneficial.
Kegels are an innovative and extremely useful form of pelvic exercise that have many, many benefits. They can tighten and strengthen your pelvic floor, promote relief during postpartum healing, and even help with circulation and blood flow. However, it’s important to note that there are standard precautions about kegels and weighted kegel balls that should be taken into consideration before you decide to try them out. We’re going to go over all of it in this article - what kegels are, precautions you should be taking before doing kegels, health concerns and benefits, and which Joy ON Kegel equipment to use for great results.
If you’ve ever sneezed and were met with an unexpected (and unpleasant) surprise, then you’re familiar with the struggles ofurinary incontinence. This issue can affect anyone, regardless of age - and is nothing to be ashamed of! We’re going to go over the basics of urinary incontinence and kegels, the best kegel weights to use, and most importantly, the benefits of kegel exercises to help you regain your confidence.
Anyone who has a vagina understands that having one can be a huge pain in the, well, vagina. Our pelvic floor muscles can be very finicky and hard to manage, leading to issues such as vaginismus, leaking, and reduced sensation. Learn more about kegel exercises and the top 4 benefits of doing them, here!
If you’re thinking about using kegel weights to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles but don’t know much about them, then you’ve come to the right place! In this article, we’ll talk about everything you need to know about kegel weights for beginners. In addition, we’ll answer some common questions you might have about using weighted kegel balls to help you get started on strengthening your pelvic floor!
Having a weak pelvic floor can make symptoms like urinary incontinence, pain in the lower back or tailbone, or pain during sex all too familiar. Luckily, there are methods to minimize the pain and discomfort, one of them being kegel exercises. If you’re completely new to this type of exercise and are curious to learn more, then you’ve come to the right place! In this article, we’ll talk about the benefits of kegel exercises and answer some common questions you may have.
Having a weak pelvic floor can lead to a number of health issues (not to mention the pain and discomfort). But don’t worry, there are ways to strengthen this area of your body! In this article, we’ll cover the basics about the pelvic floor, how it can become weak and what this leads to, and how you can build pelvic floor muscle strength to manage the pain and discomfort.
Being on your period can be the worst. You might have noticed that you're more tired on your period or a few days before. Have no fear, you can fight period fatigue by adding a few things into your routine. Learn more about everything you need to know to fight off period fatigue.
When we think of plastic pollution, we often recall videos of rivers clogged with shopping bags, or turtles and fish choking on brightly colored plastic bits. But, did you know that most single-use feminine hygiene products are also made of plastic? In fact, it can take 500 to 800 years for a menstrual pad to decompose! Keep reading to find greener alternatives to maintain our feminine hygiene that also help our planet heal.
Most moms can attest to this fact: 24 hours is just not enough time in the day. If this resonates with you, you most likely juggle an action-packed schedule filled with driving to after-school activities, prepping a healthy family dinner, and getting the kids to sleep at a reasonable hour. As a person who wears multiple hats throughout the day, self-care can truly feel low on the mile-long to-do list (or it might not make the list at all). I am here to tell you, today is the day to put yourself back on the top of that list. Learn more about ways to put yourself first!
As the social stigma around kegels and pelvic health decreases, the amount of products made available to us to help us with pelvic health increases. But, with all of these new options, how are we supposed to know what’s best for us? Which is the best pelvic floor muscle stimulator for our specific needs? In this blog, we’re going to hit the topics you want to hear about the most - what are kegels? What are the main reasons people use weights or kegel trainers? How do you decide which one is right for you?
The pelvic floor muscles are located in the pelvis and provide a support system for the pelvic organs, as well as help provide control for urinary and fecal function. When these muscles become weak, a woman can experience a multitude of symptoms and be diagnosed with any of the following common pelvic floor dysfunctions.