Using Science to Strengthen the Muscles of the Pelvic Floor
The pelvic floor muscles are obviously located in the pelvis. The most direct route to these muscles in women is the vagina, in men the rectum. There are a number of factors leading to weak, ineffective pelvic floor muscles, pregnancy, exercise, weight and age. When pelvic floor muscles get weak, they cannot squeeze the urethra and stop urine flow, the vagina becomes loose and lacks tone, and pelvic organs such as the uterus and bladder can descend into and in some cases out of the vagina.
Two Key Features to Help Build Even Very Weak Pelvic Floors
Electrical muscle stimulation has been used to build muscle for more than thirty years. Muscle stimulation sends a mild current into the motor points of the muscles causing them to contract. This is particularly important to those individuals whose pelvic muscle tone is so lax that a voluntary contraction is ineffective. Muscle stimulation can also be used to calm an overactive muscle such as the Detrusor muscle that surrounds the bladder. The Apex and Intensity devices only build muscle whereas the Attain both builds pelvic floor muscles and calms the Detrusor muscles utilizing two different patented electrical pulse algorithms. In 1948 Dr. Kegel introduced Kegel exercises, sixty seven years later, InControl products take a quantum leap in building pelvic floor muscles.
These Products Use a Patented Inflatable Balloon to Provide Active Resistance to Build Muscle Quickly and Effectively
InControl Medical products, including those sold by Pour Moi , utilize physiology instead of medication or surgery to return your pelvic floor to its optimum level of health.
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Madison Gulli, MS, MFT
Certified Clinical Sexologist
Las Vegas, NV