A Step-by-step Exercise Program to Improve Bladder Control.
11 million women in the US experience some type of bladder control problem; whether it's daily leakage or leakage with laughing or coughing. That's one in every four women. If you are one of these women, you are not alone.
Bladder control can be a function of muscle control, specifically the pelvic floor muscles extending from the pelvic bone to the tailbone. Childbirth and aging can weaken these muscles. However, bladder control problems aren't limited to older women. Young women can also experience bladder control problems. So it's never too soon to start a program of prevention or improvement.
The StepFree Program Makes It Easy To Exercise.
Many women have improved their bladder control by using a pelvic muscle toning regime called Kegel exercises. These exercises strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. However, these exercises must be done correctly and consistently. The StepFree pelvic muscle toning program simplifies these exercises.
The StepFree program is easy to learn and the exercises are done in fifteen minute segments twice a day. You can even go about your normal daily activities while you do these exercises!
The pelvic muscle toning program consists of inserting a weighted plastic cone into the vagina (just like inserting a tampon). Once in place, you squeeze your pelvic muscles to hold the weight in place. As your muscles strengthen, you will increase the weight inside the cone. That's it!