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Imagine coming out the other side of this with your pelvic floor sorted

How would it feel to come out the other side of COVID-19 with one less thing to worry about? Knowing that you can cough without fear of leaking, that your prolapse is so much better or you're getting a good nights sleep at last, without frequent trips to the loo.

Imagine doing something now, for yourself, and in about 8 weeks time, feeling completely different about your body.

Research suggests that as many as half of us have a prolapse after childbirth, and at least 1 in 3 women in the UK experience embarrassing leaking. That's a lot of ladies - 7 million struggling with incontinence in the UK alone. Leaking when you cough, laugh, sneeze or run is not normal and you shouldn't feel it's something you need to put up with.

If you started getting problems during the menopause, you've probably found that it's restricting your activity or causing you anxiety. You might be waking in the night to pee - which doesn't have to be the accepted norm - we all need a good night's sleep - right? Perhaps you're waiting to see a physio or waiting for surgery. Or you've had a baby and things aren't bad but they're not quite right either.

But there is hope. Hypopressives is an amazing technique which lifts and strengthens the pelvic floor and core, and has been used for decades in many other countries by physiotherapists.

And the massive bonus is that it works fast. Women start noticing improvements within weeks.

I've worked with many women in the UK and around the world who have experienced life changing improvements in their symptoms, and are not getting up in the night to wee - yes, even if that's been the norm for 20+ years!

You deserve to live your best life without worrying about your pelvic floor.

If you want to get yourself back in control and feeling great about your body, get in touch!

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Miembro desconocido
29 mar 2020

Fifteen minutes a day of a special breathing technique is all it takes, so glad I found Alice, my little “accidents” are beginning to disappear. I’ve lost that “gotta go, gotta go NOW” feeling. Looking forward to star jumps with confidence!

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