What are Kegel Exercises
Kegel exercises are essential for strengthening your pelvic floor muscles, which play a key role in supporting the bladder, uterus, vagina, and bowel. Pelvic floor muscles are easily damaged by childbirth, and are more prone to weaken as they are seldom used in everyday life.
Kegel exercises increase the volume of your pelvic floor muscles to provide better support for the pelvic organs. When intra-abdominal pressure rises, the pelvic floor muscles contract quickly to improve support, and help to restore the contraction force of the vagina and anal sphincter.
Purpose of Kegel Exercises
-To restore your vagina and vaginal muscles after giving birth
-To maintain a satisfying sexual life
-To laugh, exercise and travel even without diapers
-To live with good hygiene and without diapers in old age
Problems of Kegel Exercises
-Even with training, it is difficult to work the pelvic floor muscles on your own.
-The use of the wrong muscles, such as the lower abdomen, Make the illness worse
-Most people quit halfway because they do not know whether they are doing the exercises correctly or not