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The ELANEE pelvic floor training aids are small, cone-shaped weights that help to build up the pelvic floor muscles. The small weights are inserted vaginally and worn for up to 10 minutes. Training with the biofeedback phenomenon
Training with vaginal weights is based on the biofeedback phenomenon. This is based on the fact that the cone is constantly trying to slide out due to its own weight. The pelvic floor muscles react to this by spontaneously and independently contracting again and again to hold the weight. These contractions ensure that the muscles are built up. Pelvic floor training with the biofeedback principle also has the effect that the woman learns to consciously perceive and actively control the pelvic floor.
Training during pregnancy
Preventive pelvic floor training is especially important for pregnant women. Training with vaginal cones is useful during pregnancy to strengthen the muscles and prevent possible bladder weakness after birth. Especially if the pelvic floor muscles are very weak, it is also important to learn how to perceive and actively control the muscles. For birth, it is important to be able to actively relax your pelvic floor muscles. A woman who can actively control the pelvic floor can consciously relax it and thus make the birth easier.
About ten minutes of discreet training twice a day is sufficient to build up and strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. ELANEE pelvic floor training aids are a set of 4 cones of the same size with different weights that can be used depending on the training condition of the muscles.
November 24, 2014 15:43
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24 November 2014 15:43