A little more common than you may think, probably because it’s something we feel we still can’t talk about freely, is the experience of Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs). May be even more taboo is the experience of this visitor…. after sex! With an estimated prevalence of over 150 million UTIs each year, young women come up trumps in those figures.
The thought of capping off and starting the weekend with a tasty bevy is an enjoyable choice it seems for a fair proportion of us. Drinking may also be a way of coping for some of us during these unusual times. But latest evidence would suggest this is not a good part of this ‘new normal’ . Let’s take a little journey on getting some fresh and healthy perspectives……
Have you ever had pain during or after sex? Do you accidently fart and feel like you can’t control it or hold it in? Do you leak when you cough, laugh or exercise and not told anyone thinking it will go away? If you can answer yes to any of these questions, there are signs of possible Pelvic Floor problems or dysfunctions that you might need help with!
Sometimes we can’t stand ‘em but most of the time we love ‘em! Mum and the mum-like women in our life deserve to know how special they are, and this Mother’s Day weekend is the perfect time to show some love. Take a look at some of our best celebration ideas that won’t break the budget
We’re celebrating Mindfulness in May. It’s always good to have a fresh reminder and do a retake on what’s important for our mental health and well-being. We take a look at some strong yet simple strategies to put in place to help us deal with life; with all it’s goodness and challenges!
We’re giving a little more time to celebrate International Women’s Day this March. Calling out any bias, discrimination, harassment and abuse and the effects on our health can be significant. It’s important to get an awareness and grasp how these can affect us or others we know and look to ways of always moving ahead and forward in every aspect of our lives……and that includes our pelvic floor and sexual health.