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Your Bladder Matters to Cystex....Are You Kegeling??

I've discussed many times in the past the stage of my unhappy bladder. If I don't treat it just right it certainly will let me know about it. In the past I have brought you a review from a brand I have grown to trust and love, Cystex. For those of you not familiar with my story and beginnings with Cystex you can read it HERE. Cystex Cranberry Urinary Health Complex can help promote better bladder health.  It is a sugar-free, dairy-free, and gluten-free daily supplement that not only tastes great and boosts urinary tract health.  The unique Proantinox® cranberry formula can help to end the cycle of infection for those who are prone to recurrent urinary tract infections. Or like me are just faced with constant pain.
Recently Cystex has started a campaign to help promote all over bladder health. It’s easy to get a stronger, better bladder with daily Kegel exercises that can be done while you’re doing just about anything else and no one knows you’re doing them– so there’s no excuse. Cystex came up with this adorable little video to help educate people around the world on the path the better bladder health. Please take just a few minutes and watch it :)
.......Did you watch it?? Good :) Now Kegeling is luckily something my mother had talked to me about since I was a teenager. I have to admit though I am not nearly as good about it as I should be.
Kegeling can be done by squeezing and holding your pelvic floor muscles up and in. I promise this is not nearly as difficult as it sounds....stop right now and give it a try!  Most healthcare professionals suggest Kegeling regularly for ten seconds three times a day, to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles in a pre-emptive defense of many bladder issues. You have 30 seconds in your day right?? If you knew it could save you from years of bladder issues in the future would you make 30 seconds?? Still not convinced you should Kegel?
Cystex wants to help spread the word Cystex wants to offer one of my lucky readers this cute Kegeling t-shirt. In order to enter all I need to know is where do you Kegel??*This giveaway will run through September 28th so don't miss your chance to win. And keep on Kegeling!*

**I received the above mentioned products in order to help facilitate this review. All views expressed are those of my own and were in now way influenced**


caitlin said…
Sorry, this made me giggle. The car, shower, couch...wherever!
This is one of those areas that not a lot of people talk about. Glad you got taught about it early. I would say the same as the person above, car, couch, running, pretty much anywhere I think about it.
This came at a perfect time a my daughter is battling UTI as we speak. I think I will mention this to her and I never thought much about cranberry and how it help fight them. Thanks for the wealth of information.

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