Pelvic Floor – Why This Is So Important?
Anyone who has ever had a baby will be fully aware that they need to work to strengthen their pelvic floors. However, not everyone knows exactly what this entails, nor why it is so important. Your pelvic floor consists of layers of muscle stretched from your coccyx to your pubic bone. They are there to support the bladder, womb and bowel. Pelvic floor exercises, also known as Kegel exercises, work to strengthen your muscles to prevent prolapse and incontinence in later life.