Tight and tense pelvic floor muscles can cause pain, and discomfort in the pelvic area. Learning to relax the pelvic floor muscles can help to alleviate this.
Pelvic floor relaxation has certainly helped me on my journey with vaginismus (tight vaginal muscles).
If you have problems with:
- A feeling of tightness in your pelvic area
- Not being able to empty your bladder completely
- Pain during sex
Learning to relax your pelvic muscles may benefit you.
NOTE: Any pain in the pelvic area should be checked out by your health care professional, for any possible causes before you start doing pelvic floor relaxation.
How To Relax Pelvic Floor Muscles…
The Effective Way
This pelvic floor relaxation method is also suitable for those that are new to stretch exercises.
Just remember to – Never go passed the point of strain.
The aim is to relax your muscles, not to stretch them so far it hurts.
Your flexibility will increase the more you perform this stretch routine.
Before you start – make sure you are wearing loose fitting clothing, and have an empty bladder.
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What you will need:
A Yoga mat – This helps for comfort on the floor.
The video above by pelvic floor specialist, Dr Bri is my favorite one to relax my pelvic floor area.
She has a relaxed, easy to understand way of demonstrating the exercises.
I hope this video helps you too.
For more articles on how to relax your tight pelvic floor muscles – SEE Pelvic Floor Relaxation Section
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“(DISCLAIMER: I am not a health care professional, the information in this article is based on my own personal experience of living with vaginismus, vaginal atrophy (including menopause issues), and what I have learned along the way. Some articles on this website will include other womanly issues that I feel women need to know about. If you have any concerns about your health, it is best for you to seek advice from a health care professional – Full disclaimer)“.