You might think you can’t afford to pay a therapist $25 an hour, but you can if you want to get the best results with your pelvic floor, a study published Tuesday suggests.
Researchers at the University of Texas found that paying for a pelvic floor workout program was effective at reducing the risk of back pain in women.
It also led to fewer missed visits to the doctor and fewer visits to hospital emergency rooms.
The researchers conducted their analysis using data from the National Health Interview Survey, which collects data from nearly 6 million Americans every year.
In their study, researchers measured the health status of women aged between 45 and 69 and compared it to the health of women between the ages of 15 and 39.
They also tracked the prevalence of the following conditions: chronic pelvic pain, pelvic inflammatory disease (pulmonary disease), infertility, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, high triglycerides, and high blood glucose.
According to the report, women who received a pelvic massage were found to be 13 percent less likely to have chronic pelvic disease, 7 percent less atopic inflammation, 5 percent less diabetes, 5.5 percent less hypertension, and 5.2 percent less high blood sugar than women who did not receive a pelvic massage.
They also found that women who had a pelvic Massage were 12.7 percent less affected by high blood triglycerides than women without one.
They were also 15.1 percent less obese than women not receiving a pelvicmassage.
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