Light bladder weakness in women is very common, yet women still find it embarrassing to suffer from. Tena Lady has been the number one pantie liner for light bladder weakness, and now they have taken it one step further by designing a discreet app for smartphones and other devices that will guide a user through the various pelvic floor exercises that can prevent bladder weakness.
There can be many reasons why women develop a light bladder weakness and 50% will suffer from it at some time. It is defined as leakage when you cough, sneeze, laugh or exercise. Having a strong and healthy pelvic floor brings with it other benefits apart from bladder control, including an improvement in your sex life and helping your body to recover quicker after childbirth.
The common mistake many people make is by thinking that as a weak pelvic floor only comes after childbirth and with age, there is nothing they can do until then. The fact is that even young women should be encouraged to do daily pelvic floor exercises as they quickly become part of a daily routine that you don’t even think about, and a strong and healthy pelvic floor will stop bladder weakness from developing.
Strong pelvic floor muscles will also increase the intensity of love making and the tighter you can squeeze those muscles, the more intense and satisfying your love making will be. When it comes to childbirth, if you have been doing your exercises regularly beforehand you will heal much quicker after giving birth, and your vagina will return to its former shape and elasticity so much quicker.
The new app that has been launched by TENA lights is ‘my pff’, short for my pelvic floor fitness. It is completely free to download and cane be used on both Android and Apple devices. This expert guide will take you through everything you need to know about pelvic floor exercises, remind you when to do them and track your progress. Very soon, those little accidents can be a thing of the past, thanks to your ‘my pff’ app.
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