Kegel Vaginal Cones and Other Exercisers
Vaginal Weights VagaCare™ is a new line of vaginal weights that can help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and reduce urinary leakage brought on by laughing, coughing or sneezing. If you experience these problems you are not alone and it does not mean you are getting old. Women of all ages experience urinary leakage.
The Kegel muscles are sometimes stretched by pregnancy or childbirth. But often, it is simply a matter of not knowing how to effectively exercise the pelvic muscles. Kegel exercises have long been recommended for this purpose, but the developer of the exercises never meant for them to be performed without assistance. In other words, his program called for women to use a weight. VagaCare™, like other vaginal weights, helps women isolate and contract the pelvic floor muscles.
Without them it is difficult if not impossible to identify which muscles you are attempting to contract. It is relatively easy to identify a muscle on the outside of the body. But, the interior muscles are much harder to identify and isolate, without a weighted device. There is no need to be concerned. The weighted devices are not that heavy.
They typically range in weight from 20-70 grams or .04 pound to .15 pound. You choose the vaginal weights that seem best for your muscle tone. The sizes range from the larger ones that may be more appropriate after childbirth to the smaller ones that will eventually be suitable once your muscle strength improves. The VagaCare™ is easy to insert and remove. The exercise instructions are simple and easy to follow. The devices ensure that you are performing the exercises correctly. So, you will be more successful and see results faster. It is the design of the devices that makes this possible.
They are described as “self-positioning”, which means that they automatically settle in the lower portion of the vagina. Exercising in this area improves the strength of the pelvic floor as well as the sphincter muscles. Many practitioners feel that vaginal cone weights and Kegel exercises should be the first line of treatment for bladder incontinence, rather than prescription drugs in most cases.
While there are some women who have underlying problems different from weakening pelvic floor and sphincter muscles, such as an overactive bladder, in the majority of cases, drugs are unnecessary. The VagaCare™ brand was designed specifically with your comfort in mind. It is an affordable and effective alternative for resolving bladder control problems.
The easiest way to do it is with VagaCare™ vaginal weights. Drugs cannot cure stress incontinence. Surgery is not a cure for this kind of problem. Strengthening your pelvic muscles is the only real solution. You may have heard of Kegel exercises. VagaCare™ vaginal cones help you perform Kegel exercises correctly. The instructions are simple and easy to follow. It is a basic four step program that makes use of gravity to strengthen your muscles.