Pelvic floor health is such an important part of our anatomy that we need to look after it as much as we do our hair, nails and other muscles in our bodies.
In this first video, we speak with the founder of PelFix, Livia Nemeth, a biologist with an MSc in Molecular Biology & Biochemistry and extensively educated in human anatomy and physiology with a diploma in pelvic floor education, as she speaks advices us on how to keep strong and healthy.
Today Livia, teaches both men and women how to exercise their pelvic floor muscles.
Livia is the founder of PelFix®
In this video, Livia talks about men’s health too.
- What are the Top 5 myths about pelvic floor exercises? Read it all here
- Does stopping mid-flow help in strengthening the pelvic floor muscles?
- How long does the course take and what does it entail?
- What if I had a c-section or have never given birth, do I still need to exercise my pelvic floor?
- How often should you do the exercises?
- What’s the best position to adopt in order to benefit most from the pelvic floor exercises?
Livia tells us her story about how she came to work in this field.
- A weak pelvic floor muscle doesn’t only cause stress in continence but if you suffer from haemorrhoids, did you know that this could be due to a weak pelvic floor muscle?
- What are the everyday habits that we perform that can contribute to a weak pelvic floor muscle?
- It’s not just about exercising but about making it part of your lifestyle.
- How many sessions are needed and what does it involve?
- What are the signs of a weak pelvic floor?
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