[PODCAST] Stress and Your Pelvic Floor
Stress and Your Pelvic Floor
Based on my inboxes and the conversations I’m having with clients over the last few weeks of wildness, I want you to know that you are not alone in this.
There are so many of us who are feeling the impact of life in a pandemic directly in our pelvic floors.
On today’s brand new episode of the To Birth and Beyond podcast, we are talking about the ways that stress, anxiety, and overwhelm can impact your pelvic floor.
We cover the new or old symptoms you’re experiencing for the first time in a long time, the ones you thought were under control that have ramped up you, and in an interesting twist, the symptoms that have calmed down during this period.
- You’re leaking for the first time postpartum – and your baby is two years old.
- Your prolapse feels especially bulgy and irritating.
- Your pelvic pain has…improved?!
There are reasons that make sense for all of these experiences and we talk about the WHY’S behind them on today’s Episode 115.
Listen in for simple action-items to help calm those symptoms that have ramped up, and to help those improved symptoms stick around longer.
Ps. Are you a fitness professional, physiotherapist, or other health practitioner? Pass this pod along to your clients and patients to help them better manage with their pelvic health during this time.
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I’m waiting on the other side and SO excited to meet you.