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    Stone Good’s Highlights the Effectiveness of using Kegel Balls for Increasing Bladder Control

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    Stones Good’s Inc., the Dorval, Quebec based company has recently highlighted the effectiveness of using kegel balls for increasing bladder control as a part of its recent campaign promoting the importance of women’s health.

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    Stones Good’s Inc., the Dorval, Quebec based company has recently highlighted the effectiveness of using kegel balls for increasing bladder control as a part of its recent campaign promoting the importance of women’s health.

    Kegel balls have been used for centuries to strengthen vaginal and pelvic floor muscles. These small, weighted balls come in a variety of different weights and sizes to help one contract and release different muscles with ease. They can primarily be used to increase bladder control for women suffering from an overactive bladder that can occur either due to age, or other biological reasons.

    According to Sean Stone, “Kegel exercises are an effective way to make the bladder stronger which is an exercise that simply involves squeezing the muscles of your pelvic floor. The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDKD) recommends holding each “squeeze” for three seconds. Gradually building up to three sets of 10 repetitions every day can drastically increase the levels of bladder control for a person.”

    Women often suffer the problem of bladder control, which is a condition that affects the way a person holds or releases their urine. A person may have bladder control problems if they often need to go right away or leak urine during normal activities. Childbirth, menopause, aging, and other health factors are the primary causes that contribute to the occurrence on bladder control problems amongst women. Aging and prostate problems may cause urinary incontinence in men.

    Ben Wa balls can be very helpful when it comes to increasing the strength of bladder control. After the kegel balls are inserted, one can perform a variety of exercises that can be either done sitting, standing, or in a squatting position to increase bladder control. Most women who use these kegel balls and perform other kegel exercises often see the impact of these exercises within a few weeks or months.

     

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    Kegel exercises are an effective way to make the bladder stronger which is an exercise that simply involves squeezing the muscles of your pelvic floor. The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDKD) recommends holding each “squeeze” for three seconds. Gradually building up to three sets of 10 repetitions every day can drastically increase the levels of bladder control for a person.
    - Sean Stone
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    647 497 7393

    http://www.stonesgoods.com

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