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Why you need a pelvic floor trainer
Help with urinary and faecal incontinence and also with erection problems: Pelvic floor trainers are anatomically and specially developed probes that work directly on the pelvic floor muscles with the help of electrical stimulation. Urinary and faecal incontinence are often the result of slack muscles. In old age, after operations or due to illness, the body can no longer respond to the muscles or they become slack. Here, pelvic floor trainers can help to strengthen the muscles again and slow down and also cure incontinence. Buying a pelvic floor trainer: What options you have.
Buy pelvic floor trainer for women
Pelvic floor trainer with EMS. EMS means Electrical Muscle Stimulation and is excellent for training the female pelvic floor muscles. Why is it worthwhile for you to buy this pelvic floor trainer?
What is the pelvic floor trainer for women used for?
After pregnancy, during the menopause or even after operations and general bladder weakness: A pelvic floor trainer with stimulation current trains your muscles where they are. The nerves are stimulated, which also promotes blood circulation. This strengthens your entire internal muscle area and the risk of bladder weakness and also faecal incontinence can be significantly reduced.
Function of a pelvic floor trainer for women
The EMS trainer for women can be inserted vaginally or rectally. For this purpose, you need a contact gel which is included in the pelvic floor trainer set for women. You can order contact gel in our shop if you need it. The electromagnetic pulse generator has five different programs to choose from, the intensity of which can also be adjusted. The material is very hygienic and the operation is simple. The muscles are tensed and relaxed by these electronic impulses. You don't have to do anything yourself - so this pelvic floor training is also suitable for patients who can no longer or less well address the muscles themselves. With the help of the EMS probes, targeted:
- Stress incontinence
- Urge incontinence
- Faecal incontinence
- Stress incontinence
reduced and in some cases even stopped.
Pelvic floor trainer for women and men
Benefits of a pelvic floor trainer for women
Training with an EMS machine has many advantages. Also because this device helps you save time. In addition, the device works independently thanks to EMS - which has a supportive effect if you can't or don't want to pull yourself together. Buying a pelvic floor trainer gives you advantages:
- Discreet and effective training possible
- No own exertion necessary
- Can be used passively anytime and anywhere
- Much more effective than medical treatment
- Dermatologically safe
- Time saving
Conclusion: Buying a pelvic floor trainer for women
Pelvic floor training is almost indispensable after pregnancy, in old age or even during and after an illness when the muscles are slack. Incontinence means a deep cut in the personal freedom of the individual - so it makes sense to buy a pelvic floor trainer. Because a strong musculature helps to maintain health. With an EMS device, your blood circulation can be promoted and medication can be saved. You can also buy the pelvic floor trainer in a set from us!
On the photo you can see our TENS EMS combo machine STIM-PRO X9 with our vaginal probe STIM-PRO S-03A
Buy pelvic floor trainer for men
Urinary and faecal incontinence as well as erection problems: the EMS Electrical Muscle Stimulation Trainer for men is designed to meet the needs of the muscles and any health weaknesses for men. You can also buy our pelvic floor trainer as a set.
What is the pelvic floor trainer for men used for?
In old age, after operations or during a phase of illness. Buying an EMS machine for men can help to alleviate and remedy incontinence and also erectile dysfunction. The stimulation through EMS can promote blood circulation. The electromagnetic impulses generated by the anal probe directly stimulate the internal muscles - you don't need to do anything else. The device takes over the training.
The function of a pelvic floor trainer for men
The anal probe is made of harmless material. It is equipped with an integrated stopper. The pelvic floor trainer set for men already includes the contact gel. You can easily order additional contact gel directly from our shop. The intensity of the five different programs of the pelvic floor trainer can be adjusted. For a successful workout, it is recommended to set a different programme every day. The pelvic floor trainer works completely automatically. Your muscles are stimulated by the electrostimulation: they tense up and relax again. You don't have to do anything more. This means that the pelvic floor trainer can also be used for patients who have little or no ability to stimulate their muscles themselves. The training can be used specifically for:
- Stress incontinence
- Urge incontinence
- faecal incontinence
- stress incontinence
- Prostate stimulator
- Against erectile dysfunction
can be effective.
Benefits of a pelvic floor trainer for men
If you decide to buy a pelvic floor trainer, the advantages of an EMS pelvic floor trainer for men are many. Independent training through effective EMS training. With daily use, this means:
- Discreet and effective training
- Without any effort on your part
- Against urinary and faecal incontinence
- Promotes blood circulation
- For the prostate
- More gentle than drug treatments
Conclusion of buying a pelvic floor trainer for men
Men also benefit from a strong pelvic floor. The EMS pelvic floor trainer promotes your blood circulation, strengthens the internal muscles through electrostimulation and can thus effectively prevent urinary and faecal incontinence as well as erection problems. The pelvic floor trainer is a good but mild means - in contrast to some medications - to maintain your health and strengthen you even in old age.
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Studies and scientific sources
 Marszalek, P. (2020). Gerätegestütztes Training der Beckenbodenmuskulatur: Eine Pilotstudie (1. Aufl.). GRIN Verlag.