5 Pelvic Floor Exercises for Anyone and Everyone

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Quick flick Kegels and heel slides strengthen and extend pelvic floor muscles. Treatment of underlying illnesses and lifestyle changes may also assist.

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Sit, stand, or lie down comfortably. Pose to stop pee or gas flow to find your pelvic floor muscles. Relax these muscles after 3-5 seconds of contraction.

Kegel Contractions

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Lay on your back with knees bent and feet flat. Pull your pelvic floor muscles and hips up. Hold for a moment, then lower your hips.

Bridge Exercise

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Place your feet shoulder-width apart. Squat by bending your knees and thrusting your hips back like a chair. Return to standing by engaging your pelvic floor muscles.

Squats

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Lay on your back with knees bent and feet flat. Push your lower back into the floor and tighten your abdominals to tilt your pelvis. Relax after a few seconds.

Pelvic Tilts

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Kneel or lie down with feet flat on the floor. Put a small ball or cushion between your knees. Squeeze your knees to engage the inner thighs and pelvic floor. Wait a few seconds, then release.

Inner Thigh Squeeze

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