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A healthy pelvic floor is crucial at all stages of life. PelvicToner exercises your pelvic floor muscles which can cure embarrassing leaks and significantly improve your sex life. By exercising your pelvic floor you will help to strengthen the muscles that support the vagina, urethra, bladder, uterus and rectum. In turn this could dramatically alleviate urinary incontinence, support childbirth, discourage pelvic disease and menstrual problems, and improve your sexual enjoyment and responsiveness.

9 Million Women in the UK may Experience Stress Incontinence

Research conducted by The Continence Foundation suggests that most women are too embarrassed to mention stress incontinence to their doctor, friends or even their partner. Their research estimates that over 9 million women in the UK experienced this problem in the last year.

It often misconceived that stress incontinence can only affect older women. A third of new mums suffer stretched vaginal muscles during childbirth and then suffer leaks when they begin postnatal exercise. If you neglect to rectify the stretching of your pelvic floor muscles then the problem can stay with you for many years. It may also get worse after your menopause due to the decline in oestrogen production which leads to a natural loss of vaginal muscle tone.

To help prevent the problem health professionals recommend that every woman should perform regular, effective pelvic floor exercises throughout their lives but especially before becoming pregnant.

What is Stress Incontinence?

Stress incontinence is an involuntary loss of urine that occurs during physical activity, such as coughing, sneezing, laughing, or exercise. It is a bladder storage problem in which the strength of the urethral sphincter is diminished, and the sphincter is not able to prevent urine flow when there is increased pressure from the abdomen. Stress incontinence occurs as a result of weakened pelvic muscles that support the bladder and urethra, generally because of a lack of exercise, age and child birth.

Regular Exercise can Strengthen the Pelvic Floor

Half of all women will experience incontinence problems at some time but medical research by the Royal College of Physicians showed that 80% of suitable stress incontinence cases can be cured or improved with a good pelvic floor exercise programme. Research supports that pelvic floor exercises, when performed correctly, are far more effective than using vaginal cones or electro-stimulation.

The PelvicToner™ guarantees to improve the effectiveness of your exercises

The PelvicToner programme builds on traditional Kegel exercises and takes just 5 to 10 minutes each day. The PelvicToner will help women of any age exercise correctly, and much more effectively, by focusing your efforts on the correct muscle group. It is a progressive resistance exerciser which means as your muscle tone improves you can increase the resistance to make it harder to squeeze.

“Squeezing the PelvicToner improves muscle tone and blood flow in the vagina, which gives you more intense orgasms” Cosmopolitan Sex Reviews July 2003

The PelvicToner has won a Janey Loves 2011 Platinum Award

The Best innovative women`s product - PelvicToner

Contains: One PelvicToner Pelvic Floor Toner and Two Springs.

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