Are your pelvic floor muscles letting you down? Then try following Kari Bo's Pelvicore Technique
If you are socialising with three women friends then the chances are that at least one of you experiences bladder weakness – stress incontinence – when urine leaks involuntarily on coughing, sneezing, laughing or exercising.
There are three main reasons for this:
What you can do
Pelvic floor workout
Professor Kari Bø has launched a DVD to teach the Pelvicore Technique which increases core strength, improves posture and flattens tummies.
A physical therapist and exercise scientist at the Department of Sports Medicine in Oslo, Kari has written widely about the pelvic floor, fitness, pregnancy, fitness and women’s health.
In the Pelvicore Technique DVD Kari explains how to locate the pelvic floor muscles and how to tone them along with exercises to improve movement and reduce back pain. Studies show her technique cures stress incontinence in 60 to 70 per cent of women. The exercises are simple to follow and you should allow about 20 minutes to complete them.
Pelvicore Technique is produced by CoreWellness, a Europe-wide campaign supported by Tena, a leading hygiene brand and expert in bladder weakness.
To get your free copy of Pelvicore Technique DVD ring 0845 300 6466
or go to www.corewellness.co.uk