"Importance of Kegel Exercises"
Pelvic floor muscles support the uterus, bladder, and bowel. Many factors can weaken these muscles throughout one’s life, including pregnancy, childbirth, obesity, age, chronic cough, chronic constipation, and a genetic predisposition to weak connective tissue. Kegel exercises are recommended for strengthening the pelvic floor muscles in an effort to delay and possibly prevent pelvic organ prolapse.
Pelvic organ prolapse is a condition in which the pelvic floor muscles weaken, causing the pelvic organs to descend and bulge into the vagina. This causes discomforts including uncomfortable pelvic pressure, incontinence, sexual dysfunction, and tissue pushed out through the vaginal opening. The condition is more common amongst older women, but it is possible for a young woman to have pelvic organ prolapse. Some causes of pelvic organ prolapse are vaginal birth, hysterectomy, and menopause.
During pregnancy, Kegel exercises are recommended highly t…
I have officially joined the "Fight Against Child Abuse" Movement on Facebook. I think it's an awesome cause and I'm so glad that people are stepping up to protect the children of our world, by saying "Hey! This is wrong! It's never alright to abuse a child!" I am all for it! With that said, I, along with many other FACEBOOK Users will be a cartoon characters until Monday, December 6th.
The reason that I wanted to blog about this is because: #1 - I wanted to bring awareness to the issue of Child Abuse
#2 - You have to read this poem! I copied it from the Official "Fight Against Child Abuse" Facebook "Info" Page. It is heart breaking. It really sheds light on the reality of child abuse from a child's perspective.
Below is the copy of the poem. Brace yourself. Like the creator of the Facebook Page said, "This will make you sick!"
Always wishing you Health, Wealth and Wisdom!
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