Diary of a Fit mommy

Taking Back Your Body After Baby

This post was written by me through an activation with HireInfluence on behalf of InControl Medical. Although I received compensation for participating in the campaign, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

Hi, ladies! Let’s talk about something a little personal. How many of you suffer from urinary incontinence? Urinary incontinence is the involuntary leakage of urine and is much more common than most people realize. It can be caused by pregnancy, childbirth, age, menopause or even a surgery such as a hysterectomy.

Many of my female clients will complain that during pregnancy or after childbirth, they might experience bladder leakage if they sneeze, laugh or do jumping movements during their workouts. It can be really disheartening to have this happen! It is now time to take back our lives and fight against urinary incontinence. It is time to get your body back after childbirth!

I have personally struggled with this,and I know how difficult it can feel! However, I was able to improve my symptoms and restore some joy to my life. Little do some women know, there are ways to improve your bladder control.

There are certain pelvic floor exercises out there you can do to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. A strong pelvic floor is so important! Not only does having strong pelvic muscles help to reduce labor during childbirth, it also helps to decrease overactive bladder symptoms as well to restore bladder control. Kegel exercises are by far one of the best exercises that you can do to really build strength in your pelvic muscles. Other good exercises that you can also do to help strengthen your pelvic floor are pelvic tilts and wall squats.

Though Kegels help improve muscle strength, doing them alone will NOT fix your issue. Allow me to introduce you to the ApexM from InControl Medical. This special device CURES female incontinence by automating Kegel exercises and building up those muscles in your pelvic wall. It can help to completely rid you of urinary incontinence and even improve your sex life! Helloooooooo, ladies! No need to worry about, “am I doing this right?” when it comes to Kegels or other pelvic muscle exercises. The device is designed to do the work for you by stimulating muscle contraction in the pelvic wall to build the muscles needed to help improve bladder control. It also works for a busy woman since all it takes is just 10 minutes, six days a week, for 12 weeks. There are zero side effects, so you do not have to worry about anything negative coming from use. The ApexM is truly a wonder!

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You don’t have to live with urinary incontinence, so why wait?

Your trainer and friend,