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What are the pelvic floor muscles? Read all about these sex muscles here!

Wat zijn de bekkenbodemspieren? Lees hier alles over deze seksspieren! - Yonifyer
The pelvic floor muscles are a group of muscles that don't get the attention they deserve! ✨ Maybe you just know about their existence or you've never heard of them. We are here to tell you exactly what the pelvic floor is, how these muscles function and why these muscles are so important. This is how they prevent urine loss, improve your posture and take your sex life to a higher level , provided you know how they work!

pelvic floor anatomy

Where are the pelvic floor muscles located?

The pelvic floor is located at the bottom of the abdominal cavity, around the urethra, vagina and anus. They are actually between your ischial tuberosities, which you feel when you sit on a chair. At the front it is attached to the pubic bone and at the back to the tailbone. The muscles form a kind of hammock that support the organs in your lower abdomen and absorb pressure that arises in the abdomen. There are a number of openings in the pelvic floor: the urethra, vagina and anus.

pelvic floor muscles of the woman
The pelvic floor consists of the muscle group:

de m. levator ani
m. coccygeus
m. iliococcygeus
m. pubococcygeus;
m. puborectalis

    That's how you find them!

    So an easy way to find out where they are is by pretending to hold something with your vagina or trying to interrupt your pee stream when you're on the toilet. When you tighten the pelvic floor muscle, you will feel your vagina and anus pull in and your scrotum will be lifted.

    The function of the pelvic floor

    pelvic floor organs
    They ensure that the pelvic organs (bladder, intestines, uterus) remain in place in the abdominal cavity.

    As mentioned earlier, they form a kind of hammock that support the organs in your abdomen and absorb pressure. At rest, the pelvic floor muscles support the pelvic organs (bladder, uterus and intestines) so that they do not sag. And during exertions such as walking or coughing, they ensure that the organs are held in place and the loss of urine and faeces is prevented.

    pelvic floor urinary incontinence
    They ensure that you can pee and poop and do not accidentally lose it

    The pelvic floor opens and closes the urethra, vagina and anus. They are also responsible for giving you control over your urinary bladder and rectum. So it is possible to squeeze your pee or large message whenever you want.

    pelvic floor stability
    They provide the stability of the pelvis and lower back

    The pelvic floor muscle works together with the diaphragm and the abdominal muscles.

    pelvic floor relaxation childbirth

    They play a role during childbirth

    During a vaginal delivery, it requires optimal relaxation of the pelvic floor muscles, because the pelvic floor has to stretch temporarily to be able to let the child out.

    pelvic floor muscle training sex
    The pelvic floor muscles play an important role in sex

    The "m. bulbospongiosus" and the " m. ischiocavernosus" are important for achieving an erection in men and women. Yep, you read that right. The woman can get an erection. Curious about the erection of women, read this blog.

    In women, relaxing the pelvic floor muscles during sex is important to ensure that the penis can be inserted without pain. These muscles also increase blood flow to your vagina, which in turn improves vaginal moisture. After all, this makes you more aroused, because everything down there becomes more sensitive.

    By tightening your pelvic floor muscles during sex, the vaginal wall becomes narrower, creating more contact and friction between the penis and vagina. This also pushes the Gspot closer, making it easier and better to stimulate this spot. Women with strong pelvic floor muscles can therefore not only reach orgasm more easily, but also experience more controlled, more intense and longer orgasms. The pelvic floor muscles are not called the "sex muscles" for nothing!

    What happens if this muscle does not function properly?

    If the pelvic floor functions less well, the following problems can arise:
    • Accidental loss of urine or stool
    • Frequent urination and defecation
    • Inability to empty the bladder and bowels properly when you go to the toilet
    • Pelvic organs can prolapse (bladder, uterus and intestines)
    • Can cause pain in the lower back, around the vagina and cause erectile dysfunction
    • Can cause cramping and pain around the vagina during sex
    • Giving a bloated and heavy feeling in the abdomen
    • Decreased blood flow in the pelvis

    What Causes Pelvic Floor Problems?

    • pregnancy, childbirth or menopause
    • Prolonged straining if you have difficulty defecating
    • Chronic cough
    • Frequent and heavy lifting in the wrong way
    • Overweight
    • Prolonged stress or insufficient relaxation

    6 tips to keep your pelvic floor muscles strong

    Keep an eye on whether you unnecessarily tense your pelvic floor muscles during the day

    Notice if you often hold your breath during your daily activities

    Try to relax them more throughout the day

    Do not hold your breath while bending, lifting or applying force

    When you lift something, keep it close to your body instead of far away from you

    Avoid prolonged straining during defecation and ensure good toilet posture, fiber-rich food and drink enough water

    Pelvic floor training - Kegel exercises

    In summary, the pelvic floor has an important function in our daily life and sexually. Therefore, enough reason to ensure that these muscles are at their best. You can train your pelvic floor muscles using vaginal balls , which you can use to do kegel exercises. You can now do pelvic floor exercises in a new, fun, innovative way. The Perifit Kegel exerciser is a woman-friendly tool with an ergonomic design, which makes insertion comfortable. There are pressure sensors in the cone that sense exactly how you perform the exercises. The cone transfers the information to the free app so you can easily keep track of all your personal results and progress. You can do pelvic floor muscle exercises through the app, using games. Your Kegel exercises have never been so much fun. Start gaming (training) today!
    Finally, watch this video on how the kegel trainer works
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