Do Kegels Right with the Amazing KegelMaster
For a long time, doctors and health workers have been telling women Kegels are the muscles they flex when they stop their urine flow mid-stream.
This may seem obvious to women with a healthy PC muscle, but it’s not to those who are already experiencing incontinence. These women may assume that their muscle no longer works and sign up for expensive surgery for leaky bladder. Yet often they can regain control of the PC muscle with the aid of biofeedback.
How does a woman know if she’s in need of Kegels?
Any form of incontinence is a clue that these muscles might be weakening and in need of immediate attention.
In the 1940s, Dr. Kegel noted that many women were unable to successfully identify and isolate the PC muscle. So he invented a vaginal sensor that shows women how to correctly do these exercises. Women reclined in a chair fully clothed, inserted the sensor, then were alerted by a monitor to the proper contraction and release of the PC muscle. From the start, Kegels were taught using biofeedback. A host of studies since then show that patients benefit far more from this approach than from verbal instruction alone.
On the other hand, what if a woman does not want to have sensors attached to her while doing Kegels? How can she make it easier for herself to perform Kegels right and maximize the benefits she gets? It’s a good thing that the Amazing KegelMaster is readily available on the market. The Amazing KegelMaster is an effective device that helps women do Kegels right as well as get the optimum benefits. In fact, even celebrities are using the Amazing KegelMaster.