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Strengthen Your Pelvic Floor with Electrical Muscle Stimulation

Utiliza la electroestimulación para fortalecer el suelo pélvico.

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The pelvic floor is one of the most affected areas after childbirth. Ensuring a correct recovery is essential to resuming your life as a new mother without suffering any consequences. In this regard, electrical muscle stimulation has proven to be one of the most interesting advances in recent years, so we are going to explain in great detail what you can expect from EMS as you help your pelvic area recover.

What is EMS training?

This technique is based on the natural movements of each muscle. A muscle moves due to the electrical impulses generated by your own nervous system, a force that causes the muscle to contract and to carry out its conventional function.

Well, electrical muscle stimulation does exactly the same thing, but from the outside. How? Through wireless electrostimulation suit, which contain electrodes that allow us to modify and control the intensity of the signals from our device . And so, EMS sends electrical signals to the muscles, causing them to contract naturally .

In other words, you don’t have to move to exercise the muscle. Of course, the sessions are usually combined with specific positions and practices that make the contraction of the muscles even more effective, achieving exceptional results in a very short time.

To put it very simply, recovering from childbirth with this method is like doing a lot more exercise in fewer sessions. This way, you will get less fatigued, enjoy training sessions fully adapted to your needs, and make the most of your time to achieve the goals you have set for yourself.

We mustn’t forget one thing: electrical muscle stimulation works much more effectively with a main training plan. That is, this practice should be seen as a complement to your normal training, and not as the basis of it. When it comes to recovering from childbirth, EMS is very useful; you may reach a complete recovery in a short time, something that you can’t lose sight of.

There are still more secrets that we want to share with you about electrical muscle stimulation. For example, you’re looking at a practice that can provide many secondary benefits during a pelvic floor treatment for women who have just given birth. One of the things that stands out the most for users who approach this type of sports supplement is the ability of electrostimulation training to improve body composition.

With the intense stimulation of the muscles, your body’s metabolism is accelerated significantly, so you will begin to burn fat and gain muscle considerably, something essential after pregnancy. This will help you lose weight, of course, but also to eliminate any cellulite that you may have accumulated in various parts of your body.

However, electrostimulation training is also perfect for those who don’t have to get rid of any body fat. Goals like strengthening your abs or toning any part of your body that you think is not in great shape are within your fingertips with this training method. It’s a technique that is based on something as natural as the contraction of muscle fibers

What is the pelvic floor?

Now that we’ve explained what EMS is, we want to make sure you also know what the pelvic floor is, since this area is not always correctly identified or referenced in many cases.

The first thing to keep in mind is that we’re not talking about a muscle, but a set of these. This is the area that is responsible for supporting the organs located in the pelvis. We’re talking about the bladder, rectum, uterus, or vagina, among others. This is the area that is most impacted after giving birth.

Its role is of the utmost importance in any woman’s quality of life. This area is in charge of ensuring that all the organs that we have mentioned above function properly, and so it ensures a good overall health.

Any weakness in this part of the body may quickly translate into a series of daily problems capable of undermining a woman’s well-being. We’re talking about situations like urinary incontinence, the inability to feel sexual satisfaction, and other similar problems, many of them very common in women who have just given birth.

For these reasons, strengthening the pelvic area is something that should not be neglected. What’s more, it’s not only an option for women who have just gone through a pregnancy, it’s also something that must be considered regardless of age or situation, since it will always result in a better quality of life.

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Why can the pelvic floor be affected?

Under normal conditions, this area should neither be weak nor affected by any circumstance. The good thing about this part of the body musculature is that it’s tremendously strong, so although it can be improved with some techniques, it’s strong enough to remain in perfect condition.

Of course, there are cases in which it may be weakened. One of the most important, as we have already mentioned, is childbirth. We must take into account the special circumstances that a woman experiences when giving birth. The entire pelvic floor will be affected by momentary stress and wear for which it’s not prepared.

It’s also not uncommon for injuries related to tears, inflammation, and the like to occur during childbirth. That’s why it’s important to implement a series of maintenance, regeneration, and muscle strengthening tasks after the stress of childbirth.

This is where a series of EMS sessions combined with specific exercises for this area of the body can easily become a tremendous help. Keep in mind that this technique may start showing results in terms of muscle toning in just two sessions, so the time it takes to recover from the aftermath of pregnancy may be shortened significantly.

When to use electrostimulation on the pelvic floor

Electrostimulation training should always be directed exactly to the area you wish to improve. If it’s the abs, the electrodes will be placed on these, and the same happens for any other part of your body. So, when it comes to working the pelvis and its muscles after giving birth, exclusive accessories will be used for this area, like shorts with electrodes and other similar devices.

The important thing is to always ensure that the communication between the EMS device and the area is as close as possible. The electrical impulses that you receive must always stimulate the contraction of the area to be treated, since it can’t work from a distance.

Of course, it’s also important to treat areas involved in the work of the pelvic floor, like the abs, the buttocks, and some muscles of the upper part of the legs. All these areas decisively interfere with its performance and may be affected after pregnancy.

Benefits of using electrostimulation on the pelvic floor

Working out this part of the body is not easy. On the contrary, it’s an area that is not as easily exercised as the arms or legs, areas of the body that are mobile and for which there are many more types of exercise.

However, there are specific routines to work on this area in depth. These mainly involve a series of contractions of the muscles in the area, exactly the same thing that EMS does. For this reason, the first advantage that electrostimulation has for the pelvic area after childbirth is none other than enhancing the intensity with which this area can be worked, something that can’t be achieved by conventional methods at all.

On the other hand, one of the great advantages of this system is the time it takes, Compared to other forms of training, sessions with electrical stimulators for the pelvic floor last a few minutes due to their intensity, achieving results that would involve much more time with other practices.

We mustn’t forget that this toning method can be regulated in terms of intensity. So, it’s very easy to test different power levels from the device to adapt the training to each user’s needs or to create progressive plans with which to enjoy better health at all levels.

Conclusions

As you can see, electrical muscle stimulation may be one of your best allies when it comes to recovering from the damage caused to the pelvic floor due to pregnancy. With a few sessions of EMS, you will begin to notice that the discomfort, urinary incontinence, or any other of the consequences you may have suffered after giving birth are completely gone. And all this with a method that may also help you speed up your metabolism, allowing you to burn fat and eliminate any excess weight after giving birth.

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