Sometimes it happens in the morning, sometimes in the middle of the night. You’re just waiting for it to happen during the day while other people are around. You hope you’ll be able to control it if you try hard enough, but you don’t really believe you can. You have lost control of your bladder, and it is affecting you life.
Women associate losing control of their bladders as a sign of old age, but the truth is that urinary incontinence can onset at any age. In most cases, the pelvic floor muscles, which are supposed to restrict and control the flow of urine, are weakened or damaged. Fortunately, those muscles can be exercised back to health using the timeless practice ofkegel exercises. The only way to get an effective workout and rebuild the muscle strength needed to control your bladder is by using the Kegelmaster.
There are tons of products on the shelf that claim tocure incontinence. Contrary to popular belief, there is no way tocure incontinence, per se, but urine leakage can be prevented and stopped. The Kegelmaster relieves urinary incontinence and overactive bladder without the need of operations or medications. It restores the strength of the urethral sphincter, allowing it to hold itself together more tightly when the urge to urinate arises.
While women have been manually clenching and releasing their urethral muscles in an attempt to rejuvenate pelvic muscles for eons, a proper exercise including resistance has never been possible. Now a true workout system for the pelvic floor exists that achieves far better results. When we exercise our arm or leg muscles, we use weights. The same should be true for other parts of the body. It is resistance that promotes muscle development.
The device comes with an instructional DVD that demonstrates the most effective ways to use it, in addition to a diary for recording daily bladder habits and a silken holding case. It has 15 different resistance settings ranging from 0 to to 4.5lbs. After choosing the preferred settings, just ease the kegelmaster into the vagina and start exercising.
Practicing regular kegel exercises can enhance the overall heath of the vagina, improving sexual pleasure and relieving or eliminating pelvic muscle prolapse. They can even ease painful menstrual cramps.