In the UK, 1 in 10 men suffer from erectile dysfunction and this prevalence only increases with age. Erectile dysfunction, or impotence, concerns the inability to sustain or maintain an erection suitable for sexual intercourse. This can be caused by stress, anxiety, tiredness, or substance abuse, but it is an extremely common condition.
But, how can a penis ring improve your erections?
What if you could revitalise your intimate health? Bladder control, heightened sensations, improved moisture – this isn’t the stuff you hear in the magazines. As we grow older, we’re told we will undoubtedly see a change in our intimate health. Whether this is cosmetic or health-related, your area down below definitely won’t be the same as it used to.
As our age ripens, we may notice that maybe sex isn’t as easy and fun as it used to be, or it’s a LOT harder to control our bladder (with the odd leak here and there!). But, the downfall of your intimate health is not inevitable!
You may not have heard of splinting, you may not even know you need to try it, but if you are one of the unfortunate 10% of women in the UK suffering from rectocele then read on and let’s lift the lid on this uncomfortable condition.
Whether it’s a little leak or a downpour, millions of men around the world suffer from urine leakage. This can be caused by a multitude of problems: prostate surgery, weak pelvic floor, nerve damage, the list goes on…
1 in 4 men suffer from urinary incontinence during their lives. However, it’s not something that you have to put up with! The concept of a ‘penile clamp’ may seem ludicrous to most men, but it’s better than you think! Read this blog to learn how one can help you!
The intimate sensation experienced between a woman and her partner can be affected by looseness and lack of pelvic floor muscle strength. Without this vital strength or ability to squeeze your muscles, achieving an orgasm may be impossible! Sexual intimacy in a relationship is often essential, so, when it becomes hindered by ‘looseness’ or a lack of sensation, the relationship may suffer as a result.
Read this blog to learn all about this common pelvic health issue and how you can easily prevent and treat it!
Sex. An essential activity in most intimate relationships. It's a great way of keeping both you and your man happy and healthy - inside and out. But, what happens when getting hard becomes hard? Read on to learn more.
Switching to a menstrual cup from your usual trusted tampons or towels can be a daunting process. But rest assured, it’s a lot easier than you think.
Menstruation management has seen a rise in menstrual cup usage recently – as more and more women begin to prefer them. Plus, with a one-off purchase that favours both your bank account and the environment – why wouldn’t you want to switch?
Follow these 8 simple steps when using your menstrual cup...
The topic of bowel movements is often short-lived, if not avoided, in any conversation. Yet for researchers at Ohio State University, this is far from the case.
A recent study from the University has found that common bowel issues can be relieved and even eliminated just by boosting your feet on a stool.
Learn more in this blog!
The majority of us would probably consider health and fitness as a top priority. But, sometimes this is not achievable when improving one aspect of your health results in the weakening of another.
Nowadays, the appearance that looks back at us in the mirror is the only one that truly matters, but it’s vital that we remember to give a little TLC and maintenance to our inner health as well!
High impact exercise and fitness trends can deteriorate your pelvic health. But, this does not mean that you can’t lose any weight at all! Read on to learn some top tips for losing weight whilst maintaining a strong and healthy pelvic floor.
The use of vaginal pessaries to support pelvic organ prolapse dates back centuries and was written about in the world’s oldest documented medical literature. Historically, pessaries have provided a low-cost and safer alternative surgery and in modern times they can be used for women for whom surgery is either not possible or desired.
In this article Grace Carey explains what a pessary is, how they work, and why you may need one.