When I think of pelvic floor, I think of muscles that supports pelvic organs, such as bladder and bowel. These muscles support urinary control, continence, and sexual function. Both men and women can experience pelvic floor weakness during their life. But exercises can help to strengthen the pelvic floor, enhancing bowel and bladder control.
Pelvic floor exercises offer women many benefits, lower risk of vaginal prolapse, better bowel, bladder control, and improved recovery after childbirth. Pelvic floor exercise can benefit men by speeding recovery after prostate surgery, reducing the risk of rectal prolapse, and improving bowel and bladder control.
Here’s some exercises: Kegels, Squeeze and release, Glute bridge, Squat, Lunges, Jumping jacks.
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