The Joy ON Kegel weights and Kehel are both used for strengthening your pelvic floor muscles and come with complete instructions on how to use each product. Both are covered by our 100% satisfaction guarantee and fully supported by our customer service and three pelvic health physical therapists. We blog each month about pelvic health and the use of our products helping you get the most out of your weights or Kehel. Both the Kehel and the kegel weights are made of medical grade silicone that is hypoallergenic, latex free, and phthalate free.
So how do you decide which one is right for you?
If your primary problem is weak pelvic floor muscles or you have been diagnosed with stress urinary incontinence and/or pelvic organ prolapse, then the kegel weights may be all you need to improve your strength. The Joy ON kegel weights can help you strengthen your pelvic floor muscles when preparing for pregnancy or after pregnancy, help improve incontinence and prolapse, help regain strength after gynecologic surgery, and improve your sex life.
The Joy ON kegel weights can be used while lying down, kneeling, sitting, standing, walking, or exercising. They can be used as you shower or do housework. There are seven weights ranging from 0.9 oz (25 gr) to 5.3 oz (150 gr) so they will challenge you and help you improve your pelvic floor strength more quickly than simply doing kegels without weights. The Joy ON kegel weights also include an App for your cell phone that will help you keep track of your workouts and progress. You can use the App to time your sessions and record any useful notes to your training and see a summary of your overall progress.
Why would you pick the Joy ON Kehel instead of the weights?
If you have weak pelvic floor muscles, stress or urge urinary incontinence, overactive pelvic floor muscles, pelvic organ prolapse, or simply want to improve your pelvic floor muscle strength with a fun device that includes games, then the Kehel is for you. The Kehel is a real time biofeedback device that trains you in both quick and longer contractions, has a vibration mode, and a manual training mode that can be used for learning to relax overactive pelvic floor muscles.
The Kehel can be used while lying down or standing. You can use it seated but you will need to sit on a soft surface because of the protruding antenna. The Kehel is not meant to be used during active walking and exercise. It comes with an App for your cell phone that includes games, manual training mode, massage mode, and tracks your work outs and results in easily readable graphs.
Choose a product and get started improving your pelvic floor muscles. If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com.
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