Pelvic floor exercises are normally suggested to women who are pregnant, or planning to get pregnant. Such exercises can strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and lessen the risk of the woman experiencing urinary incontinence and reduced sensitivity during sex following the birth of their child. Strong pelvic floor muscles will result in increased sensitivity during sex and stronger orgasms as well.
However, new research has suggested that pelvic floor exercises can also help men – in particular those who are suffering from premature ejaculation problems.
April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month and Medical Specialists™ Pharmacy are proud to support a disease that is increasingly affecting people of all ages, despite being commonly looked upon as an ‘old person’s disease’ as previous figures show around 72% of people diagnosed with bowel cancer are over the age of 65.
The aim of Bowel Cancer Awareness Month is clued in its name – to raise awareness about this type of cancer and draw attention to it, help people understand the symptoms of the disease and why it is vital to receive treatment at the earliest possible chance. Each year over 40,000 people are diagnosed with bowel cancer in the UK, claiming almost 16,000 lives.
We’ve all heard the old saying never mix business with pleasure, however one undisclosed A-list celebrity has clearly decided to ignore this after leaving the world guessing to their identity following their bizarre request – Viagra ice cream.
The unknown celebrity contacted a Bristol-based ice cream company named Lick Me I’m Delicious, asking for the erotic dessert for a party.
Are you sat down reading this? The chances are likely you probably are. However, you may not be sat comfortably for long. According to research, those who are sat down for extended periods of the day are putting themselves at serious risk of a whole host of health problems.
This risk is something that applies to nearly all of us with the average Brit spending 8.9 hours per day sat down; either at home in front of the television, at work, or in their car. Factor in around seven hours of sleep per day and this equates to just a third of our time spent on our feet.
A new survey into sexual attitudes in The Lancet has confirmed Brits are having 20% less sex than a decade ago, have less sexual partners and spend less time actually engaging in it. Why has this happened though you may wonder?
Dr Cath Mercer, senior lecturer in sexual health at UCL, thinks she might know why. Dr Mercer says: “Technology is to blame. People are taking their tablets and mobile phones into the bedroom and some use porn as a sex substitute.”
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