Yes, we've done Kegels.
And yes, results don't last.
A happy pelvic floor is engaged with the rest of your body and your brain in (almost) everything you do. Learn to connect with it and create the habits that keep it strong and responsive. No Kegels required.
1 in 3 women leak.
1 in 5 will have pelvic floor surgery in their lifetime.
Urinary incontinence is overwhelmingly caused by childbirth. Yet, most women are never asked about it, and on average it takes us 6 years to raise the issue with our doctors. We can do better for the moms that will push the next generation of human beings into this Planet.
What Happy Sneezers are saying
How didn't I know about this after 40-something years and two babies!
MELISSA P. , 46 YEARS OLD
It is not a workout.
You learn to engage your pelvic floor where it is needed during the day until it becomes an automatic habit.
CAROLINA M. , 42 YEARS OLD
It's getting to be a routine habit. My big milestone this week was not leaking during my dance class!
LYNDA E. , 50 YEARS OLD
A before and after
I discovered how my breathing pattern was creating constant pressure on my pelvic floor. Reversing that is helping me stay dry during heavier activities.
GEORGINA M. , 39 YEARS OLD
Knowledge is power
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