Kegel exercises for Irritable Bowel Syndrome

 Kegel exercises for Irritable Bowel Syndrome


Irritable bowel syndrome is one of the most common problems in the world. It is very annoying and may become unbearable. The most prominent of them are laziness of the intestine, constipation, frequent


 diarrhea, bleeding and pain. In this case, the doctor may advise doing some exercises that help to enhance the activity of IBS and reduce these symptoms. Kegel exercises are one of the most effective of these exercises.



Kegel exercises for Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Kegel exercises are often used to tighten the muscles of the pelvis and intimate area. But it can also be used to stimulate the intestines and the surrounding area.

And it can be resorted to in the event of suffering from symptoms of irritable bowel, especially constipation and diarrhea. It facilitates the elimination of waste in case of constipation and control in case of


 diarrhea. It also helps to strengthen the muscles of the end of the intestine after it has been weakened due to injury and contributes to enhancing its ability to perform its function in the right way.


Thus, these exercises enable you to control the movement of your intestines. It also improves their ability to contract and relax properly.



How do you do it?

If you want to do Kegel exercises to treat IBS symptoms, make sure you do it the right way. To this end, you have to define the area to


 focus on. To know it, stand up and tighten the muscles in your lower body, as if you were preventing urine from flowing or trapping gas. The muscles that are contracting in this case are the ones that the exercises should target.


After you have identified it, you can start doing these steps:


Stand or lie on the floor. Tighten the muscles around the lower back. Hold this position for 10 seconds and then relax. Repeat the same process for an additional 10 seconds.


When you do this, try not to tighten the muscles in your thighs, abdomen, and back.

The more you practice this exercise, make sure to gradually increase the duration of the contraction.


You can do this as often as you can during the day in a lying, sitting or standing position. Kegel exercises are very effective for people who suffer from troublesome symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome.








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