It’s so easy to get lost in the chaos of our day-to-day lives that we forget about the importance of loving ourselves! Today in collaboration with Graydon skincare we want to share 6 tips we have for showing ourselves some love.
Dr. Stephanie Schull saw her mother suffer from pelvic mesh surgery and researched why. She discovered that doctors recommend pelvic muscle strengthening for prevention and treatment, but most don't do the exercises correctly, so they turn to high-risk surgery and wearing incontinence pads and diapers. Dr. Schull made Kegelbell to keep us strong, safe, and healthy.
What do Kegelbell women do? Anything they want and they often do! Jennifer Vollmann was one of the first to try Kegelbell. She was curious if it could help her with her bladder leakage she had while exercising after the birth of her daughter. She discovered that Kegelbell eliminated the leakage problem and it also helped her with the pelvic organ prolapse that had bothered her during long runs. Now when she competes in Ironman she can concentrate on what matters.
We love getting questions (admittedly we can have some long answers--but hey we are passionate about this stuff!). Most customers want to know how Kegelbell is different. Here are some main points:
1)FDA Registered 2)Medical Grade Silicone USP Class VI 3)The only kegel ball or vaginal weight system with external weight which makes it more comfortable than other devices 4)More than twice the weight of the heaviest competitor and with more training levels than any other device
Taboo Target: "Nice women don't think about their private parts."
I lived in France and can tell you they have a more open and healthy attitude about sex. The problem our shyness generates for Americans is that our timid views on sex have also hurt the quality of our lives overall. When the pelvic muscles weaken, and American women let that happen because it involves the taboo muscles of the vagina, then the woman has bladder leakage, gas leakage, fecal leakage, pelvic organ prolapse, in addition to sexual dysfunction.
So being shy about sex is a fine way to be, but please do be bold about protecting your quality of life with a robust pelvic floor exercise routine!
Taboo Target: "Nothing can be done when a vagina gets stretched out by childbirth or age, but maybe surgery."
Who has time to analyze all the vaginal rejuvenation systems? We do, so you don't have to!
We share the 3 best options for vaginal rejuvenation. And we tell you about the ones that aren't so great, so you can get some information not often shared online.
So if you are like 46% of women who after having had given birth worry about vaginal laxity, don't think about vagina tightening surgery or vaginal rejuvenation surgery, before learning about what really works and why.