What is Aquaflex?

What is Aquaflex? Aquaflex is a way to check if you are doing your pelvic floor exercises properly. It also It consists of two different sized plastic cones and some small weights that fit inside the cones.helps you to strengthen … Read more

Quit those bad habits

Everyone knows that Christmas is the busiest time of year, so what a great time to knock that bad habit! With plenty to buy, wrap, cook and plan, you’ll be kept busy and distracted, making it the perfect opportunity to … Read more

How important are Kegel exercises?

Kegel exercises are designed to strengthen muscles in your pelvic floor. If you’ve ever been absolutely bursting for a wee and clenched to hold it in, those are the muscles we’re talking about. They support the bowels, bladder and sexual … Read more

Am I incontinent? 5 types of incontinence

You may be wondering what exactly is incontinence? Well, the exact term is ‘urinary incontinence’ and it’s the inability to control the release of urine from your bladder. For some people, this means occasional, minor leaks or dribbles of urine. … Read more

7 ways to stop your bladder leaking

Ladies, it happens to the best of us! Although leaking wee can be troublesome and highly embarrassing at times. However, there are some easy ways you can help your bladder problems. Here are 7 simple steps to help you laugh … Read more

How do I stop leaking wee?

Ever wondered if you are incontinent? Leaking wee when you cough, sneeze or laugh is much more common than you might think. Over a third of women will leak wee at some point in their life and it doesn’t just … Read more

Giggle Incontinence

“Don’t make me laugh or I’ll wet myself…!” How many times have you heard yourself say this? For some women however, this is more reality than humour. Giggle incontinence is where you leak urine when you laugh or giggle. It’s … Read more

What are Kegel exercises?

Kegel exercises are a fantastic way to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. “Why would I want to do that?” you may be asking. Well, it’s these muscles that control your bladder so exercising them can help you control urinary incontinence. … Read more