Those women who have following problems, may benefit from this kind of exercise.
- Drops of urine while sneezing, laughing or coughing which is called stress incontinence.
- Strong and sudden urge to urinate which is called urinary incontinence.
- Leak stool which is called fecal incontinence.
Kegel exercise can be done during pregnancy or after child birth to prevent incontinence.
Tighten the vagina, is another use of Kegel exercise. After childbearing or due to having too many intercourse, wall of vagina loses its flexibility and strength and another problems such as urinary incontinence will be appeared. Performing this kind of exercises with tonic movements treats such problems.
What are benefits of Kegel exercise?
- Treating uterine prolapse
- Treating urinary incontinence
- Tighten the vagina
If you do Kegel exercises regularly, you can expect results — such as less frequent urine leakage — within about a few weeks to a few months. For continued benefits, make Kegel exercises a permanent part of your daily routine.
Those women who have slight vaginal looses, or are in primary stages of a problem, benefits from this kind of exercises.
How to perform Kegel?
- Contract. To perform a Kegel, slowly tighten your vaginal muscles as hard as you possibly cab.
- Release. Hold your muscles for a few second and then relax.
- Improve. Start slowly and try to build your Kegel regime gradually so you don’t harm yourself and so you can slowly build-up the elasticity in due course.
- Repetition. Do this exercise regularly.
- Safety. Ensure that you are performing correct movements.