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Manual Training Mode for Strengthening: Longer Holds

Manual Training Mode for Strengthening: Longer Holds

Health Kehel
Using the Kehel manual training mode for strengthening may be beneficial if you have pelvic floor muscle weakness. You can adjust the parameters of the number of repetitions, duration of each contraction, and the resting time between each contraction.
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Use the Quick Flicks to Strengthen your Pelvic Floor Muscles

Use the Quick Flicks to Strengthen your Pelvic Floor Muscles

Health Kehel
Quick flicks are fast and strong contractions that are necessary to stop urine or fecal leakage when there is increased pressure on the abdominal area. This can result from coughing, sneezing, laughing, bending, or lifting. In a healthy pelvic floor, the muscles automatically squeeze and lift to stop leakage.
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Pregnancy & Postpartum Symptoms and How Kehel Can Help

Pregnancy & Postpartum Symptoms and How Kehel Can Help

Health Kehel Pregnancy
There are several symptoms that you may experience during pregnancy, and then there are several less common but more serious symptoms that can lead to a high-risk pregnancy. We will have a brief discussion on some of these symptoms and how strengthening your pelvic floor muscles and core/abdomen can be beneficial.
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How to Use the Massage Mode for Relaxation or Strengthening

How to Use the Massage Mode for Relaxation or Strengthening

Health Kehel
Muscle massage may help decrease inflammation and soreness. Studies have shown that massage can improve circulation, promote relaxation, switch on genes that decrease inflammation, and activate genes that promote the creation of mitochondria which are the energy makers of our muscle cells.
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How to Relax Your Pelvic Floor Muscles with the Kehel Manual Training Mode

How to Relax Your Pelvic Floor Muscles with the Kehel Manual Training Mode

Health Kehel
Learning to relax your pelvic floor muscles may be beneficial if you have pain in your pelvis, low back, hips, genitals, lower abdomen or rectum or many other symptoms.
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Pelvic Pain and the Kehel

Pelvic Pain and the Kehel

Health Kehel
If you have pelvic pain you may also receive a diagnosis of Dyspareunia (painful intercourse), Vulvodynia (vulvar pain), or Vestibulodynia (pain at the entrance to the vagina). These diagnoses are all different in nature and cause; however, there is one presentation that may be similar to them all and that is overactive pelvic floor muscles.
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What is Urge Urinary Incontinence, Causes & Treatment

What is Urge Urinary Incontinence, Causes & Treatment

Health Incontinence Kehel
With UUI you may have frequent urination or frequent nighttime urination. You may not be able to get to the toilet without leaking. Some things such as hearing running water or putting the key in the door may trigger the urge and lead to urine loss.
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Kegel Exercising: Tips For Beginners & Common Questions

Kegel Exercising: Tips For Beginners & Common Questions

Health Kehel
If you are new to kegels and Kehel exercising let’s talk about some important facts that you need to know before beginning.
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Kegel Exercises to Treat Urinary Incontinence Using Kehel

Kegel Exercises to Treat Urinary Incontinence Using Kehel

Health Incontinence Kehel Pregnancy
With any physical activity or movement such as exercises, sneezing, coughing, lifting, sexual activity, or laughing you get an increase in intra-abdominal pressure that puts pressure on your bladder. If your pelvic floor muscles are too weak or uncoordinated to oppose that pressure you may experience urinary incontinence.
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Urinary Incontinence: Types, Causes & Treatment

Urinary Incontinence: Types, Causes & Treatment

Health Incontinence Pregnancy
Urinary incontinence is defined as the involuntary loss of bladder control and it can affect women and men. It is a common pelvic floor dysfunction and can be associated with pelvic floor weakness. There are different types and causes of urinary incontinence and in this article we describe them.
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Kehel Games: Can’t Catch any Fish or Lift the Weights Without Straining?

Kehel Games: Can’t Catch any Fish or Lift the Weights Without Straining?

Joy ON Apps Kehel
If you are having problems with the Kehel games wait and use the device with the assistance of your pelvic floor physical therapist or health professional. It is important to learn how to do a pelvic floor contraction correctly before beginning.
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Pelvic Organ Prolapse Types and Treatments

Pelvic Organ Prolapse Types and Treatments

Health
Pelvic organ prolapse is defined as one or more pelvic organs drop from their normal position. Usually, the organs will drop into the vagina. Often times, there may be more than one prolapses present.
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Fecal Incontinence Causes and How to Treat It

Fecal Incontinence Causes and How to Treat It

Health Incontinence
Fecal incontinence is defined as decreased control over defecation leading to an involuntary loss of bowel contents. This includes liquid stool matter, mucus, flatulence (gas), and solid stool matter. The prevalence of fecal incontinence varies drastically, with reports of up to 8% of non-institutionalized adults in the US.
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Common Pelvic Floor Dysfunctions Associated with Pelvic Floor Muscle Weakness

Common Pelvic Floor Dysfunctions Associated with Pelvic Floor Muscle Weakness

Health Pregnancy
The pelvic floor muscles are located in the pelvis and provide a support system for the pelvic organs, as well as help provide control for urinary and fecal function. When these muscles become weak, a woman can experience a multitude of symptoms and be diagnosed with any of the following common pelvic floor dysfunctions
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Tips for enjoying your Joy ON for the first time

Tips for enjoying your Joy ON for the first time

Kehel Lilith
Here are some tips for you to enjoy your Joy ON for the very first time. By following these simple recommendations, you can take full advantage of your toy’s features, allowing you to get maximum pleasure and to extend the life of your product.
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