PelvicToner

The three main things you need to know about Kegel exercises to train vaginal muscles: 1. You only need to compress the internal pelvic muscles (vaginal or intimate muscles). Muscles of the buttocks, thighs and abdominal muscles, as well as eyebrows when performing Kegel exercises do not participate! 2. Compress the muscle must overcome the resistance force (ie, simple muscle contraction, when the resistance is overcome only the air, for example, when the homework, or waiting for the bus, as advised many popular magazines, are virtually useless!) 3. Kegel exercises above need to work – Kegel recommended to perform up to 300 cuts per day and be sure to load (a developing resistance). It must be remembered that Kegel exercises are rather defined his as "operational" rather than "formal". That is the definition of measurement results with the right instrument exercises with vaginal insertion device, not a description of "how to do these exercises." Today, followers of Kegel Kegel simulator presented PelvicToner, which combines all the necessary and sufficient conditions for correct pelvic floor exercises by women. Kegel exercises Kegel exerciser with the modern – PelvicToner should be performed daily by 180-300 cuts.

The simulator helps to PelvicToner identsifitsirovat muscles that be trained, creates an optimal load for training and confirms the correct implementation of Kegel exercises by the current feedback, with PelvicToner convenient and easy to use, that allows women study independently at home and fully preserves their privacy. The positive effect of daily training with PelvicToner usually occurs within 3-4 weeks of training. There are also surgical treatments urinary incontinence, but they are not always effective in the long run (since there is a further weakening the pelvic floor muscles after reconstructive surgery). In addition, surgical techniques may have serious impacts associated with the possibility of infektsonnyh disease, which, in turn, may lead to the further development of urinary incontinence. Any gynecologist will confirm a high percentage of women who had undergone surgery to recovery and returned to him with the same problems or complications.