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Learn How Pelvic Floor Issues wreack havoc on your body & what to do to fix it. Find out what the symptoms are. Provided you have not been diagnosed with any medical issues, I can you help with this through trigger point, massage, alignment,  proper diet, nutrients, stretching, breath work (extremely important), meditation etc. I treat the body as a whole hence holistic.

There can also be other underlying issues such as baby, gaining weight, poor posture, excessive sitting, standing, exercise, IBS, Leaky Gut, food intolerance, stress, inflammation, alcohol, not enough fiber. Yet in the United States, the land of plenty, online and in doctors offices we rarely hear about nutrient deficiency or metabolic syndrome when discussing pelvic floor problems. A 2014 study in Nature makes the point that Americans are starving. We aren't lacking for food, but we ARE lacking in vitamins, minerals, and enzymes that make us healthful human beings.

We have doctors that are keen (a little too keen, if you ask me) to point out the connection between a high BMI and the incidence of prolapse, because just like in pregnancy, additional load on the body can put additional pressure on the pelvic floor and pelvic organs. Unfortunately this completely neglects the the fact act it isn't necessarily the SIZE of the person, but how they move in their body the is negatively impacting their pelvic floor.....and the metabolic syndrome that is CAUSING the weight gain, COULD potentially be causing the prolapse as well. 

But the real issue isn't necessarily JUST about body size and even when it is, this size problem is tied to another cause of pelvic organ prolapse. 

Malnutrition.

A 2014 study in Nature makes the point that Americans are starving. We aren't lacking for food, but we ARE lacking in vitamins, minerals, and enzymes that make us healthful human beings.