Pelvic floor muscles

Hello,

I would like to ask you a rather sensitive question about the pelvic floor muscles. I've started doing kegel exercises recently and now that i've gained a better awareness of these muscles i noticed that i'm unconsciously keeping those muscles contracted all day long, especially during stressful situations. Not that it's a major contraction, but still. I known that the pelvic floor muscles are involved in stabilizing the spine, internal organs and have other rather important functions as well, so i guess those muscles need to be in some kind of tone all the time, am i right? Then again, maybe its just a habit that i have (i tend to contract my sensoredocks well) and i should get rid of? Could you please make it clear for me?

Thank you

Posted By John on August 12, 2010 at 12:35:32:

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