Pelvic Floor Weakness? Gentle Pilates Wall Series Progression Part 2 #shorts

This is a Gentle Core Pilates For Weak Tight Pelvic Floor Muscles Utilizing Wall #shorts
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what is a Pelvic Floor Dysfunction?
Pelvic floor dysfunction is the inability to correctly relax and coordinate your pelvic floor muscles to have a bowel movement. Symptoms include constipation, straining to defecate, having urine or stool leakage and experiencing a frequent need to pee. Initial treatments include biofeedback, pelvic floor physical therapy and medications.

Pelvic floor dysfunction is a common condition where you’re unable to correctly relax and coordinate the muscles in your pelvic floor to urinate or to have a bowel movement. If you’re a woman, you may also feel pain during sex, and if you’re a man you may have problems having or keeping an erection (erectile dysfunction. Your pelvic floor is a group of muscles found in the floor (the base) of your pelvis (the bottom of your torso).

Low back pain with nerve irritation that supplies the strength and movement of these muscles could cause the pelvic floor dysfunction. Strengthening, stretching and gentle exercises are beneficial to prevent more back strain and irritation on the nerves that supply these muscles. This Gentle Core Pilates For Weak and Tight Pelvic Floor Muscles Utilizing a Wall will help give enough support and be able to slowly transition out of the ball, the next progression is with the ball, then the beginner's Pilates program.

If you think of the pelvis as being the home to organs like the bladder, uterus (or prostate in men) and rectum, the pelvic floor muscles are the home’s foundation. These muscles act as the support structure keeping everything in place within your body. Your pelvic floor muscles add support to several of your organs by wrapping around your pelvic bone.
Normally, you’re able to go to the bathroom with no problem because your body tightens and relaxes its pelvic floor muscles. This is just like any other muscular action, like tightening your biceps when you lift a heavy box or clenching your fist.

But if you have pelvic floor dysfunction, your body keeps tightening these muscles instead of relaxing them like it should. This tension means you may have:

Trouble evacuating (releasing) a bowel movement.
An incomplete bowel movement.
Urine or stool that leaks.

This is another program you can add once you get stronger
⏩ : Beginner's Easy Pilates and Yoga Exercises Fix For Pelvic Floor and Hip Groin Pain and Tightness

This is a Gentle Beginners to slowly open UP your hip and Help relieve any pain on your pelvic floor and hip groin area through a gentle Pilates and Yoga poses
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11 thoughts on “Pelvic Floor Weakness? Gentle Pilates Wall Series Progression Part 2 #shorts

  1. As requested by most of my viewers and followers , another Shorts Pilates Video 🙏🥰Enjoy

    1. I will surely do this and come up with my results as I’m suffering from urinary incontinence. It’s been a year. Never found time with my baby to do pelvic exercises but now I’m going to. If these exercises help me , I will always be grateful for you and will pray for your success ❤️🙏

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