Kegels Exercises During and After Pregnancy
When it comes to helpful workout during and after pregnancy, kegel exercises are the most preferred. Kegels are not too painful and can benefit you a lot. Kegels mainly target the pelvic muscles which need to become flexible to make baby delivery much easier.
Kegels are intended to strengthen the highly strained muscles and organs during pregnancy. These include bladder, urethra, uterus, rectum and the pelvic floor area.
During the postpartum period, doing kegel exercises can cure episiotomy and help you tone your stretched vaginal muscles post pregnancy thus preparing you for future intercourse. And not just that, they help you reach orgasm even better, reduce hemorrhoids and increase blood flow in the genital and the rectal area.
Pregnancy Exercise: Instructions For Kegel
To help you have a painless baby delivery and help you prepare for future pregnancy, here are some instructions that you need to strictly follow.
Kegel Exercise 1: Contraction and relaxation of muscles while passing urine is the basic kegel. When try suddenly try to stop the flow of urine for a count of three, you will realise the pelvic contraction.
Exercise 2: The contraction can also be felt when you are still in bed in the morning or before you go back in the night. Controlling urine and contracting the area will decrease the urine loss as well as ease as make your stress bearing region more flexible.
Exercise 3: Inserting your finger into vagina and holding tight against for a few seconds (until you feel the pelvic muscles contract) and release it after 10 seconds will gradually help you have easy childbirth.