Looking for a safe form of exercise to stay fit and healthy during pregnancy, keep you away from back pain and prepare your for birth? Hypoporessives techniques - Low Pressure Fitness is an excellent choice!
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The topic of returning to exercise after giving birth is always confusing for the new mom. Doctors recommend to rest during the six first weeks after the baby is born, but what to do after that is sometimes a big dilemma for a woman often desperate to get the post-baby body back.
Pelvic Organ Prolapse is present in 50% of women after giving birth. Hypopressive techniques is a promising tool for non-surgical treatment of this condition.
Abdominal diastasis seems to be the issue that causes the most concern amongst pregnant women. However, new research suggests a more functional approach rather than focusing only on the aesthetic side of it.
Even in women who have not experienced childbirth, urinary incontinence is a common condition. In fact, there is a relatively high prevalence of pelvic floor dysfunction amongst young women engaged in high impact activities.
The diaphragm has many functions and connections throughout the body. It needs to move in correct synchronisation with the core and pelvic floor for optimal health.
Prostate problems, erectile dysfunction or entrapment of the pudendal nerve are some of the most common pelvic floor and urogenital disorders amongst men. Exercising the pelvic floor muscles plays a significant role in the treatment and prevention of these conditions.