At present, 50% of all women aged between 20 and 50 have experienced urinary incontinence when making a physical effort such as jumping, sneezing or laughing. In most cases, this urinary incontinence is due to a weakening of the pelvic floor muscles. In women, pregnancy and childbirth are the main causes of this weakening of the pelvic floor. In men, these problems often appear with age, especially after 50.
Other risk factors for the appearance of urinary incontinence are: frequently remaining seated for hours, a minimum level of physical activity, or prostate, bladder or intestine operations.
Training the pelvic floor is a very effective way of solving or minimising this type of urinary incontinence, as well as being very important in other aspects of everyday life. If you are looking for effective pelvic floor exercises, Wunder Training offers a unique method for strengthening and recovering the area with measurable results right from day one.