Why A Healthy Pelvic Floor Is Important + A FREE Giveaway To help You Strengthen It & Stop Bladder Leaks For Good!
Why The Pelvic Floor Is Important
If you follow along with NAFC on a regular basis, you know how much importance we place on maintaining a strong and healthy pelvic floor. It’s a vital part of maintaining continence, alleviating symptoms of pelvic organ prolapse, and even reducing lower back pain. And don’t get us started on the benefits a strong pelvic floor has on sexual intercourse. It’s no wonder we focus so much on this magic group of muscles!
The pelvic floor is essentially a web of muscles that acts kind of like a basket holding up some pretty vital organs: the bladder, bowel and uterus. When these muscles become weakened – from things like childbirth, heavy lifting, chronic coughing; basically anything that puts a lot of pressure on it - it can cause a loss of bladder or bowel control and can increase the risk of prolapse. Weak pelvic floor muscles can also put strain on other muscles (the pelvic floor is connected to many other muscles in the body!) causing them to work overtime to make up for the lack of support in the pelvic floor. This imbalance can cause pain in other areas of the body too (lower back pain or hip pain for instance).
For these reasons, it’s important to make sure you’re incorporating pelvic floor and core exercises into your workouts each day. And don’t worry – the workouts don’t have to be long or strenuous. But just like every other muscle in the body, they need attention in order to maintain the strength needed to function properly.
So, how do you get a strong pelvic floor? Some simple, daily exercises are all you need. We’ve teamed up with the folks at Carin to help you get started. Read below for information to how NAFC readers can get a free Carin Wearable Set
What is Carin?
Carin’s smart underwear is a new way to not only measure and manage leaks, but also to improve your pelvic floor strength so that you can get on with your life and eliminate those pesky leaks all together. It’s the only wearable pelvic floor exerciser on the market – painless, noninvasive, and high-tech.
What’s Included in the Carin Smart Underwear Set?
Carin comes complete with a unique pair of highly absorbent underwear that can manage any leaks you may have. The set also comes with a sensor that snaps in the underwear, detects your body movement and monitors leakage. Finally, the Carin app helps you track your leaks and also sets you up on a daily workout plan to help you get stronger and manage leaks.
How Does It Work?
The Carin exercise program contains two parts: a weekly measuring routine and a daily exercise routine. The Carin smart underwear is worn for at least 24 hrs. with the sensor snapped in. This is the ‘measuring day’. The sensor will detect the body’s movements and track any leakage that might occur. Based on leakage, the app will then begin to recommend specific exercise routines to help you strengthen your pelvic floor in an effort to reduce leaks. There is a weekly plan of video exercises ready for you to do for 10 minutes each day.
After the second time of wearing the smart underwear, an intelligent algorithm calculates progress made within the Carin app. The app shows the impact of exercise by counting the reduction of leaks. 80% of women using Carin have reported seeing progress between 20% to 100% in as little as 4 weeks!
See Carin In Action
Want a sneak peak of what to expect with Carin? Watch the video below!
Try Carin For Free!
For a limited time, NAFC visitors can get a FREE set of Carin Smart Underwear to try at home yourself. The first 100 respondents will receive a FREE set of Carin Smart Underwear in exchange for feedback on the product. Click below for more details on how you can get your FREE set of Carin Smart Underwear, valued at $180. This is seriously a great deal and a great way to start improving your pelvic floor strength. Order your FREE set of Carin Smart Underwear today!
Note: As always, NAFC recommends that anyone experiencing a pelvic floor issue see a trained Physical Therapist prior to beginning any exercise program. A Physical Therapist can provide you with a proper diagnosis and set you up on a treatment plan specific to your condition. Need help finding a PT in your area? Click here.