It is necessary to support pelvic viscera (organs), such as the bladder, intestines, the uterus (in females), and to preserve continence as part of the urinary and anal sphincter. By resisting the descent of the presenting portion, it encourages conception, allowing the fetus to rotate forward to pass through the pelvic girdle. It helps maintain the intra-abdominal pressure optimum.
You can note that your pelvic floor muscles have deteriorated after childbirth or as you get older. Pelvic muscles protect our bladder, intestine, and uterus. When they contract, they raise the organs and close the openings to the bladder, anus, and urethra. Upon relaxing the muscles, our body releases urine and feces.
Pregnancy and childbirth may cause muscles in the pelvic floor to weaken, and other factors are also involved, such as age, obesity, heavy lifting, and chronic coughing.
Muscle exercise on the pelvic floor is a proven conservative or preventive treatment for pelvic organ prolapse. Research suggests this procedure reduced the incidence and extent of pelvic organ prolapse symptoms.
If your pelvic floor muscles need strengthening, there are several easy moves to incorporate into your routine that can be beneficial. As for all workouts, pelvic floor exercises are the most successful when adjusted and tracked individually. The exercises are merely a reference and may not help if the training is inadequate or performed improperly. We at Körperkraft Medicare Centre help you add these exercises to your daily routine so that you don’t face any problems with your health and stay fit and fine throughout.