Today’s HealthNews For You Chiropractic-Pregnancy-Pelvic-Muscles

Today’s HealthNews For You Chiropractic-Pregnancy-Pelvic-Muscles


Welcome to another HealthNews Video news release brought to you by HealthNews. In today’s news, an exciting new study shows
chiropractic adjustment can enhance the performance of pelvic floor muscles, which is particularly
important in pregnant women. In particular, the study demonstrated that
adjusting pregnant women appears to relax the pelvic floor muscles at rest, which may
help with a natural vaginal delivery. The non-pregnant women who participated in the
study were able to contract their pelvic floor muscles with a high level of control, which
would have a preventative effect against future pelvic floor dysfunction. Pelvic floor muscles are important for pregnancy
and childbirth, as well as in spinal stabilization. When the pelvic floor muscles are damaged
or stressed, health issues like incontinence and vaginal prolapses can occur. For women in labor, the ability to relax and
contract pelvic floor muscles allows the baby to move through the birth canal more easily.
Ideally, strong pelvic floor muscles that also have the ability to relax would better
prepare a mother for a natural, vaginal birth. For the non-pregnant participants in the study,
those who had received chiropractic adjustments were capable of contracting their pelvic floor
muscles to a degree that has only previously been seen in top elite athletes, a profound
finding, researchers said. Chiropractic adjustments can be very beneficial
during pregnancy, especially in preparing the pelvic floor muscles for labor and delivery.
But even those who aren�t pregnant will gain tremendous control of the pelvic floor,
which will prevent future problems with pelvic floor dysfunction. Remember, whether you are pregnant or not,
you should visit your chiropractor regularly and make sure your nervous system is functioning
100%. and that’s it for today’s HealthNews.

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