Pelvic Floor Exercises You Can Do at Home

Your pelvic floor has the potential to weaken if it isn’t properly looked after. The pelvic floor muscles help support your uterus, bladder, and bowel. They contract and relax in order to allow urine and feces to be released from your body. The ris...

Obesity and Its Impact on Your Pelvic Floor

As obesity rates go up, it is soon becoming a health problem. While the health r...

Mesh and the Court of Public Opinion

The American Urogynecologic Society has published an article recently about some...

What is Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy?

Hormones are responsible for some of the most important functions of the body li...

Weight Loss and Diet and Its Affect on Urinary Incontinence 

If you experience urinary incontinence issues or are a caregiver for someone wit...

Exercise Is Important

Exercise, very important. Not just running, or weight training, but also yoga an...

6 Health Benefits of Restorative Yoga

With its wide range of benefits becoming more and more well-known, yoga has seen...

Importance of Sleep

Sleep is an essential part of your health and well-being. It is equally essenti...