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3 Tips for Improved and Better Pelvic Floor Health

3 Tips for Improved and Better Pelvic Floor Health

Many of us don’t realize what the pelvic floor does daily. The pelvic floor is a group of muscles and connective tissues attached to the bones at the bottom of our pelvis. 24/7, our pelvic floor is responsible for supporting the function of urination, bowel movements, sex as well as pregnancy, and delivery in women. It also keeps our bladder, intestines, and reproductive organs in place. However, when the muscles in our pelvic region become loose or if they are too tense, pelvic floor disorders, such as urinary or bowel leakage, constipation, and pelvic organ prolapse can occur.

That is why, The Flagler Institute, your most trusted Physical Therapy Services in West Palm Beach, Florida, brings you three tips to help you improve the health of your pelvic floor.

  1. Exercise
    Strengthening your pelvic floor muscles is one of the best ways you can do to improve your pelvic health and to ease pain and discomfort. With the recommendation of a trusted therapist in Florida, you can add Kegel exercises, wall squats, jumping jacks, and bridge pumps to your daily routine.
  2. Weight and Diet
    These two factors go together. An added weight on the pelvic region can cause discomfort and pain while a healthy diet help with the consistency of your urinary and bowel movements.
  3. Relax and meditate
    For better pelvic health, it is important to relax your muscles. You can do this by meditation or guided relaxation sessions like yoga. Yoga may alleviate discomfort, boost flexibility, and strengthen your pelvic floor.

Considering Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy? Call us at 561-833-1747 to know our treatment options for you.

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