Why didn't anyone tell me this???


There is a right way and a wrong way to go to the toilet. 

Going to the toilet the wrong way puts extra pressure on your pelvic floor muscles. This can lead to pain, incontinence, and prolapse over time. 

That's 7-9 times every day you could be putting your pelvic floor under necessary strain.

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In this guide you'll learn...

A back to basics step by step system for using the toilet without stressing your pelvic floor.

Why toilets can be problematic

The reason modern toilets are stressing your pelvic floor and what you can do about it.

If you are going too often

What's 'normal' and why going 'just in case' could be preventing healthy bladder function.

How much is enough

How much, you 'should' be drinking to keep your bladder and pelvic floor muscles happy.

Sheela is on a mission to empower you to take care of your pelvic floor health

I'm Daire Halpin, the founder of Sheela.ie.

I'm an Irish opera singer, teacher and mum who had to tackle my own pelvic floor issues after the birth of my first child.

I've written this guide with a women's health physiotherapist to give you practical, easy to implement advice that will make a big difference to your pelvic floor health.


You Deserve Better 

Pelvic floor issues like incontinence, pain and prolapse affect huge numbers of women - over 60% of women in the UK have at least one of these symptoms (rocg.org.uk).

You deserve the knowledge you need to avoid and overcome these issues. 

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