Most of you will probably already know this but if not and you’ve been living under a rock the past week then this one’s for you. Secret Whispers and our award winning Kegel Weights were featured in one of the UK’s top publications, (with an average monthly reach of around 33 million!) The Daily Mail. More specifically, in the Femail section by Dr Clare Bailey in her column, A Problem Shared.
There is no doubt that regular exercise is beneficial to both your body and mind, but have you ever considered how a stronger body can actually lead to a stronger pelvic floor?
When you move your body regularly, your blood and lymphatic fluid are circulated throughout your body. This means that your tissues can get a healthy supply of oxygen, helping your organs to function at their best, especially the heart and lungs. The same applies to your pelvic muscles meaning regular exercise can lead to a stronger pelvic floor.
We wanted to use today's blog to go back to basics and talk about the pelvic floor, kegel exercises and how the Secret Whispers Kegel Weights could change your life. If you’ve been on the fence about investing in yourself with a set of our kegel weights, then this is the blog for you, so sit back and read on about (almost) everything you want to know about your pelvic floor and kegels.
Sometimes I laugh so hard the tears run down my leg
Today marks World Health Day which has been celebrated every year since 1950. The World Health Organisation are the hosts and sponsors of this yearly event which aims to bring awareness to global health issues. Here at Secret Whispers, we want to bring awareness to a health issue that’s close to our and many others hearts, urinary incontinence.