Why Does Breathing Effect the Pelvic Floor?
During pregnancy the baby pushed the diaphragm up, pushed out on the core and down on the pelvic floor. This effected the whole breathing system. It also made the normal functions of the canister weaker and malfunction, which will be discussed in more detail later in the blog. Until the canister becomes evenly strong on each side (360degrees) women should avoid doing strenuous exercises as they cannot regulate the intra-abdominal pressure correctly which leads to weakness and potential injury. Most postpartum women that are experiencing issues typically have:
Core Imbalance + Ineffective Diaphragm + Ineffective or Overworked Pelvic Floor
These are the foundation for our system!