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In this survey 4 out of 5 women reported an improved sex life!

Is Female Sexual Dysfunction psychological, physiological or physical?

New evidence of a major cause of Female Sexual Dysfunction emerges with the results of a survey to establish how effective pelvic floor exercises can help women with unsatisfactory sex lives.

Within one week of following a simple daily exercise routine 78% of respondents reported an improved awareness of their pelvic floor area, rising to 97% after 4 weeks.

81% reported an improved sex life over four weeks.

Several commentators have made the observation that many women, far from being ‘dysfunctional’, merely lose interest in sex. Others blame physiological problems that can be ‘cured’ by the long-term administration of highly profitable Viagra-type drugs.

In truth, a major consideration appears to be the presence, or lack, of physical enjoyment that can even extend to a complete lack of real physical contact during sexual intercourse. 9 out of 10 women have apparently never had a vaginal orgasm and many men are unable to achieve orgasm through vaginal penetration.

Up to a third of all mothers are likely to experience physical problems, such as incontinence, following childbirth because of the stretching of the pelvic floor muscles, Most women of menopausal age also experience a general loss of muscle tone as a direct result of hormonal changes.

The problem is even more widespread because women generally do not regularly and effectively exercise their pelvic floor muscles either through ignorance or poor training.

For most women incontinence is a taboo subject not to be addressed. Unfortunately few women are aware of the role that slack vaginal muscles play in a lacklustre sex life. If they were there would be a far greater incentive to exercise effectively!

Tightening up the vaginal walls by using pelvic floor exercises is at the core of the Pelvic Toning programme.

Whilst primarily developed for the treatment of stress incontinence, clinical research in the US highlighted the benefits of Pelvic Toning in the treatment of FSD with 87% of the patient group reporting an improved sexual experience.

This UK user survey confirms the importance of muscle tone for stress incontinence sufferers – 96% of respondents noted improved bladder control within 4 weeks – and a major clinical trial is now underway at one of the UK’s leading Urological Institutes.

Couples who want to experience a better sex life should visit http://www.iwantabetterorgasm.co.uk or ring 01179687744

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