Kegel Weights for Beginners: Everything you Need to Know

Kegel Weights for Beginners: Everything you Need to Know

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!
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5 Benefits of Kegel Exercises You Can Enjoy Using Kegel Weights

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.

Kegel Exercises for a Weak Pelvic Floor

Kegel Exercises for a Weak Pelvic Floor

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.
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How to Combat Period Fatigue During Your Period

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. When looking at your period tracker app, your period might be starting during a busy week. You don’t have time to be on your period, let alone being tired all week with so much to do. 

Have no fear, you can fight period fatigue with a few things to add into your routine. You are in the right place to find everything you need to know to fight period fatigue. 

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Go Green: 4 Top Sustainable Feminine Products for the Planet

It may be common knowledge by now, but the truth is that our planet is suffering due to our daily...
A Guide To Self-Care For Busy Moms: Finding Time For Yourself While Juggling A Hectic Schedule

A Guide To Self-Care For Busy Moms: Finding Time For Yourself While Juggling A Hectic Schedule

Most moms can attest to this fact: 24 hours is just not enough time in the day. If this resonate...
Stress Urinary Incontinence and the Kehel

Stress Urinary Incontinence and the Kehel

With any physical activity or movement such as exercises, sneezing, coughing, lifting, sexual act...
Kehel Games: What if you can’t catch any fish or lift the weights without straining?

Kehel Games: What if you can’t catch any fish or lift the weights without straining?

First: don’t worry, you are not alone. Many of us are weak when we first learn how to contract ou...
What Men Should Know About Pregnancy, Postpartum, and the Pelvic Floor

What Men Should Know About Pregnancy, Postpartum, and the Pelvic Floor

This is a quick guide for men about what may be happening in regard to the pelvic floor during pregnancy and the postpartum period.
Can Kegel Exercises Improve Your Sex Life After Menopause?

Can Kegel Exercises Improve Your Sex Life After Menopause?

Pelvic floor muscles contract during orgasm, so having stronger muscles can intensify your sexual experience.
Which Joy ON Product Is Right For Me?

Which Joy ON Product Is Right For Me?

The Joy ON Kegel Weights and "Kehel" kegel exerciser are both great for strengthening your pelvic...
Kegel Trainer Exercises to Improve Urinary Incontinence

Kegel Trainer Exercises to Improve Urinary Incontinence

With any physical activity or movement such as exercises, sneezing, coughing, lifting, sexua...
Common Pelvic Floor Dysfunctions Associated with Pelvic Floor Muscle Weakness

Common Pelvic Floor Dysfunctions Associated with Pelvic Floor Muscle Weakness

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.
Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Pelvic Organ Prolapse

Pelvic organ prolapse is defined as one or more pelvic organs drop from their normal position. Us...
Fecal Incontinence

Fecal Incontinence

Fecal incontinence is defined as decreased control over defecation leading to an involuntary loss...