8 products that help strengthen your pavement floor


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Unfortunately, pregnancy and birth can seriously impair your pelvic floor. Fortunately, there are ways to strengthen it again!

See also: More detailed information on pelvic floor gadgets and apps

There are many different gadgets on the market that claim that you can train your pelvic floor muscles. They should be used together, not instead of traditional exercises, but they can work to keep you on track, especially apps!

Here's a look at eight popular products that can help you strengthen your pavement floor:

PelvicToner is a simple device that makes pelvic floor exercises more effective. This device is approved by the NHS.

Aquaflex gives you two vaginal cones and a set of weights to help Kegel exercises. Your pelvic floor muscles will of course come around the cone.

Kegel8 Vaginal Cones is a Pelvic Floor Strengthening System with three different weights. With biofeedback, the unique indicator shows the tail when training properly.

SensaTone is a digital pelvic current stimulator designed to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles.

Just place the Elvie Pelvic Floor Tracker inside and it connects to an app that gives you feedback when training.

The NHS Pelvic Floor App has been designed by chartered physiotherapists who specialize in women's health. It is suitable for all women who want to do pelvic floor muscles exercises. £2.99 from the App Store and Google Play.

This pelvic health-based fitness app from Tena explains the best and most effective way to train pelvic floor exercises to ensure results. Free from the App Store and Google Play.

The Hab-it Pelvic Floor Exercise DVD has four separate training programs that help you isolate and strengthen your pelvic floor muscles and buccal cavity.

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