PeriCoach: The Perfect Kegel Exerciser for Busy Moms
Moms out there: After a full day of work, errands, and shuffling the kids to and from school—not to the mention the myriad other chores of the day—how many of you want to come home and figure out how to do Kegel exercises (or do any exercise, for that matter)?
Not so much? We’re not surprised.
Yet, you’re pretty sure you should be doing Kegel exercises—you’ve heard how strengthening the pelvic floor (Kegel) muscles can help prevent problems like bladder leaks and pelvic organ prolapse. Maybe your doctor has told you how common these problems are, especially among women who have had children, and, in all likelihood, you know more than one woman pees a little when she laughs or coughs.
However, did you know that doing Kegels can even improve sexual experience? More on that later.
If you’re among the one-in-three women who has a weak bladder or leaks a few drops of urine when you laugh, cough, sneeze, or physically exert yourself, PeriCoach is the ideal tool to help you nip these problems in the bud.
Even if you’ve never had bladder leaks or problems with a prolapsed organ, strong pelvic floor muscles can help prevent these issues down the line. No matter your age or stage of life, PeriCoach is for every woman, but it’s especially great for busy mothers.
Structured Kegel Exercise Programs for Supermoms
No one knows better than busy moms that there just never seems to be enough time in the day. PeriCoach was designed with moms in mind. An easy-to-use pelvic floor biofeedback device, PeriCoach provides you with programs designed to guide and motivate you through pelvic floor exercises, and it takes just minutes a day.
Before we get into how PeriCoach works, a word or two about the pelvic floor and its importance.
Hammock that Holds Everything in Place
The pelvic floor is a hammock-like system of muscles, ligaments, and connective tissues that support your pelvic organs. This includes your bladder, lower colon, uterus, vagina, and urethra. The pelvic floor muscles have two openings through which the vagina, urethra, and rectum pass.
The two main muscles responsible for bladder control include the pubococcygeus and the puborectalis. When these muscles become weakened or stretched from pregnancy, childbirth, or as a result of hormonal changes during menopause, you can experience bladder control problems. Because the pelvic floor muscles contract during orgasm, weakened muscles can diminish sexual experience, as well.
PeriCoach can help you improve your pelvic floor strength to prevent, reduce, or eliminate bladder leaks and improve sexual experience.
Here’s How PeriCoach Works:
PeriCoach is fitted with three biofeedback sensors that (when inserted into the vagina) detect the contraction of your muscles when you squeeze against the device. As you do Kegel exercises, the information is sent to your phone via Bluetooth (once you pair the device with your phone), so you can see your muscles working in real-time.
The PeriCoach pelvic floor exercise device is easily paired with your smartphone using the PeriCoach app. The program walks you through exactly when to squeeze and release your muscles. You can choose from different programs (e.g., Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced) and levels (1, 2, 3), increasing the intensity of your pelvic floor workouts over time.
The PeriCoach app remembers the last exercise program you performed, so you’ll always know where you left off, and you can share your progress with your doctor/physiotherapist at your discretion.
PeriCoach makes it easy to get do Kegel exercises every day or as needed (discuss the best regimen for you with your healthcare provider). At just under U.S. $250, it’s significantly less expensive than the cost of prescription drugs or bladder pads―which don’t get to the root of the problem, in any case.
Moms, we know your time is a precious resource. That’s why we’ve developed a no-nonsense, streamlined system for improving pelvic floor health. Read stories from real women about what it’s like to use PeriCoach, and purchase your own FDA-cleared PeriCoach system today.