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Strengthen the Pelvic Floor Muscles
The pelvic floor is a grouping of several muscles that close the bottom-half of the abdominal area. The pelvic floor supports and holds the intestine, bladder, and uterus. Pelvic floor muscles are usually tense and seal the anus and urinary bladder. Only with defecation and urination do the muscles relax and does the pelvic floor support body excretions.
Incontinence is when urine cannot be held by the bladder when coughing, climbing stairs, stress, or other factors. Urine leakage can be caused by nerve injury, stroke, age, or even pregnancy and childbirth. Through targeted training, however, this condition can usually be improved significantly.
Pregnancy and Childbirth
The body changes a great deal when pregnant. Especially the pelvic floor, which is preparing for childbirth by becoming softer and more elastic. Unfortunately, these changes do not necessarily reverse after giving birth, and the result may be incontinence. The good news is that with targeted pelvic floor training, pregnant women can prevent incontinence.
Since the experiences of pregnancy, childbirth, and post-delivery vary greatly depending on the individual, you are encouraged to seek advice from your midwife and doctor before training on a trampoline.