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Synonyms for exercise

Synonyms for exercise

energetic physical action

repetition of an action so as to develop or maintain one's skill

to bring to bear steadily or forcefully

to subject to or engage in forms of exertion in order to train, strengthen, or condition

to carry out the functions, requirements, or terms of

Synonyms for exercise

a task performed or problem solved in order to develop skill or understanding


Related Words

put to use

carry out or practice

give a workout to

learn by repetition

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The control group received written instructions on pelvic floor muscle training that were briefly reviewed by the nurse and asked to do a home program of pelvic floor exercises.
Bladder training is helpful for urge incontinence; pelvic floor exercises are helpful for stress incontinence; both are helpful for those with mixed incontinence.
Upon completing their pelvic floor therapy sessions, patients were instructed to continue performing 30 to 45 pelvic floor exercises per day.
For example: pelvic floor exercises may cure or improve stress incontinence; bladder training may help urge incontinence; medications are sometimes used to help stop urge and stress incontinence.
Sahakian and Woodward (2012) reviewed various studies in an attempt to establish whether pelvic floor exercises taught and encouraged during the pregnancy had an impact on postpartum SUI.
kGoal Boost is a bicycle seat-shaped exercise tracker that men sit on to perform pelvic floor exercises.
The aim is for women to recover their fitness quickly, and classes include pelvic floor exercises to prevent stress incontinence from developing.
Since that time women have been advised by physicians to do pelvic floor exercises.
Women whose symptoms persist despite trying non-surgical approaches such as pelvic floor exercises may be suitable for surgery in order to improve bladder control.
It can take a few months to see and feel a difference with bladder training and pelvic floor exercises, but using lights by tena can help you feel confident and fresh straight away.
Q: "I didn''t do any pelvic floor exercises before or after having children, and now my pelvic floor seems very weak and I wet myself when I sneeze or cough.
SUI is treatable and in many cases losing weight, reducing caffeine intake, pelvic floor exercises, and bladder training can have very beneficial effects.
By doing pelvic floor exercises around 75 per cent of cases improve.