The pelvic floor muscle is a muscle that closes the pelvis at the bottom, but has several passages: the vagina, urethra and rectum (anus). The pelvic floor muscle runs from your pubic bone to your tailbone and between your seat bones.
The causes of reduced sexual pleasure, incontinence, erectile dysfunction, a difficult birth or back problems may differ. However, the pelvic floor muscle functions in virtually all of these complaints not optimal. A well-trained pelvic floor muscle will definitely be a good support. If your pelvic floor muscle is already trained , the training effect will obviously not be that noticeable.
The Pelvictrainer® is designed so that both men and women can work out their pelvic floor muscle without intimate contact.
To maintain a proper pelvic floor muscle or to gain one you should use this muscle enough in everyday life. The fact that we have become a seated and little exercised society causes that the pelvic floor is no longer used or trained sufficiently. Also, giving birth to a first child above the age of 30, obesity and age play a major role in the development of a weakened pelvic floor.
Like any other muscle the pelvic floor is also supported by other muscles, but these are not trained with the Pelvictrainer®. Also these muscles contribute only when the pelvic floor muscle is already activated to the maximum.
In order to get results from the pelvic floor work out you need to train daily in the beginning and frequently afterwards. You success will be shown as a higher measured result on the screen of the Pelvictrainer®, but especially you will notice it by having better control over your pelvic floor in daily life when making love, lifting, stopping uncontrolled urine and stool loss etc.
According to the literature it is recommended to train daily. However, real muscle strengthening and muscle growth also require phases of rest. Start with 6 days a training and then one day of rest. Train every other day at the top of the training after 6 to 8 weeks to maintain the results achieved.
Profits are in sports with high load on the pelvic floor such as power sports, high impact sports like running and dancing, but also sports where there is a load from being bent such as cycling, skating and hockey.
Yes, because the pelvic floor muscle plays an important role in the so-called core stability.
Yes, because the blood flow to the hip is improved with an improved blood flow of the pelvis.
Yes, because the pelvic floor muscle always contracts together with the transverse abdominal muscles and the diaphragm.
Yes, because only if you use all core stability muscles a good and healthy posture is possible.
Yes, but only if the symptoms are related to a reduced stability of the spinal column in the lower back.
The seat of the Pelvictrainer® is made from a skin-friendly plastic and the measuring unit consists of stainless chromium steel and a silicone material that is approved for application in medical devices.
The assembly and final inspection take place in Switzerland. Its components are manufactured in Switzerland and the European Union.
The Pelvictrainer® is deliverd in a cleaned state and can be used with cloths on.
The setting values of the last training session are automatically saved. The measurements from the training can be stored in a separate data file. The measurements from the training can also be stored in a separate database (Medicalbench®).
The Pelvictrainer® is not designed for use by children. Children have a small pelvis and it's the best to motivate them to lots of movement and a good posture. Then their pelvic floor will be sufficiently used.
Cleaning is possible with a damp cloth and a little soap.
There is no hazard, but it might not bring the desired result.
The influence of the pelvic floor on the physical well-being and functioning is undisputed, but to understand how the Pelvictrainer® functions medical knowledge is necessary. Urologists, gynecologists but also your general practitioner certainly possess this knowledge.
Try the Pelvictrainer® and feel how your pelvic floor muscles respond!
Like any muscle that is used too little, you need to keep training to avoid weakening of the pelvic floor again. However, there are also exercises that you can do additionally â€“while being on the road, in the train or at the office to keep its strength.
How much leeway you have on your health is difficult to assess when you experience no complaints. It's better to be safe than sorry.
Not excercising for a while is not directly harmful to the result Because you learned how to better use your pelvic floor muscle it will not weaken as much as before. You can keep a large part of its strength by using the pelvic floor muscle regularly at any occasion. First tension your pelvic floor muscle when you lift something heavy or need to cough.
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