Do you ever feel like everyone needs a little piece of you? Kids, partners, friends, co-workers, family...they all want just a little bit of you ALL the time. And then we wonder why our libido might not be exactly what it was. I was feeling this way not too long ago and I had a wake-up moment where I decided that my survival as a happy, engaged, loving person depended on setting some real boundaries.
Do Kegel Exercises Work? Well the short answer is yes. The longer answer is not always because most women do not do them correctly and consistently. The first mistake most of us make is thinking that exercising just our Kegel muscles will cure stress incontinence. There are 3 muscle groups in your pelvic floor that form a triangular shape and work together to hold of some sling-like tissue that supports your inner organs. Kind of like a trampoline for your insides. To strengthen your pelvic floor, all three of these muscle groups need to be engaged in the exercise routine. So, from now on let’s call these pelvic floor exercises, not Kegel exercises. 3 steps to Kegels that work:
I talk about sex a lot. In fact, whenever I go to a gathering of friends somehow sex becomes the subject matter for at least some of the time. A lot of my friends are over 40. Some are eagerly searching for ideas, gadgets, products, anything to keep the pleasure going. Today, I’m going to focus on them. I invite you to join the discussion in our very private Facebook page, try out some new things and ask questions. We’re here to help you have good sex forever.