Enhance Your Pelvic Health: Essential Tips

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Summary
  • Learn how diaphragmatic breathing strengthens your pelvic floor and enhances overall wellness
  • Understand how proper hydration and posture significantly impact pelvic health and prevent dysfunction
  • Discover the benefits of Pilates and movement exercises in strengthening and balancing your pelvic floor
  • This video is part of the Reverse Alzheimer’s 4.0 Summit
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Heather Sandison, ND

Welcome to this episode of the Reverse Alzheimer’s Summit. I’m your host, Dr. Heather Sandison. I’m curious about everyone’s feedback about this particular show. You’re going to get more out of this than many of the others because we’re going to talk about a unique but important part of aging. Jana Danielson is here to join us to have a conversation about pelvic floor health. We know that women are two out of three Alzheimer’s patients. As we age, the pelvis and everything in it, our bladder, and the other organs can become an encumbrance to sleep, to our dignity, and to so many pieces of living a normal, healthy life. So Jana is an award-winning wellness entrepreneur who, through her own experience with physical pain, has turned her mess into her message, which has now become her mission. She’s an Amazon bestselling author and the founder of Lead Pilates & Integrated Health Therapies, and Cooch Ball, the world’s first pelvic floor fitness tool for women. She’s a member of the Holistic Leadership Council and a recipient of the 2023 Mindshare Leadership Summit Future of Health Award. Jana has coached and consulted with tens of thousands of women from all over the world to help improve their quality of life as they age. Thank you, Jana, for coming to the reverse Alzheimer’s summit and also for your willingness to create a safe space for women and men to talk about these sensitive issues without judgment, without fear, and help them find solutions.

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Amanda Young
Amanda Young
1 month ago

This is fascinating information thank you Jana .
and Dr Heather. Like you say a lot of it is stuff we know and simple but we are not implementing it ! I loved hearing about the benefits of Pilates as I have recently starting taking a class albeit it once per week as have always done cardio and weight training. Learned loads thank you

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