Only £10.00

This elegant watch BEEPS every 5 minutes, reminding you
-  to pull in and tension your pelvic floor muscles to prevent urine leakage,
-  or to pull in and tension your tummy muscles and correct your posture.
No complicated settings, just a simple on/off button.

According to research, at least 25% of all women have more or less weak pelvic floor muscles. This means that any pressure put on them by, for example, coughing, laughing, jumping, lifting or exercising, may cause urine to leak. This is called stress incontinence, and by far the most common type of urinary incontinence.

You can have
the eye-watering operations described below, or you can try our watch and do the pelvic floor exercises for 2 hours a day.


Extract from a Nursing Association leaflet ....

"Ladies! An important exercise for life... Prevention is always better than the cure. Start today."

A large number of women suffer from urine incontinency, often after childbirth, when the urinary muscle, the valve at the neck of the bladder, and muscles at the bottom of the pelvic floor are weakened.
But also in the menopause complaints can occur or increase.

If you are experiencing problems of stress incontinence or other urinary symptoms, do talk to your doctor, practice nurse, continence advisory service or physiotherapist.

Two thirds of women are helped by conservative treatments such as pelvic floor exercises, biofeedback, cutting down on alcohol and smoking and switching to a diet full of fruit and vegetables, but f
or around 11% surgery is the only answer.

There are several treatments for urinary incontinence:
-  extended-release capsules of tolterodine to help
   frequent urination and inability to control it;
colposuspension: which involves a general
   anaesthetic and up to six days in hospital  with six
    weeks off work.
-  TVT (tension-free vaginal tape): which consists of a
   special mesh tape, sheathed in plastic with a needle in
   either end, which is inserted via a small incision into
   the vagina looped around the middle of the urethra -
   lifting and supporting it - then passed out through two
   abdominal incisions. The needles are then removed
   and the mesh secured.
-  botox : injecting botox into one of the muscles which
   control the bladder to block the contraction gives a
   temporary result lasting for a minimum of six months.

Pelvic Floor Exercise

A simple exercise can prevent it happening, or, if done more frequently, can cure this problem.
It is called Pelvic Floor Exercise.

How to do the exercises ?

The TummyWatch will make a quiet beep every 5 minutes, prompting you to start exercising.

Begin by tightening the muscles around the back passage as if preventing yourself passing wind and at the same time tighten the muscles in front as if stopping yourself passing urine. Hold tightly for as long as you can (at least 5 seconds) and then relax. Try holding four more times.  

Do these exercises several times a day. This is one of life's good habits.
Start it now !

"Tummywatch is a must for all new mothers".

Gently start to exercise those tummy muscles and get back into shape!

Turn on for 2 hours a day giving you a toned up tummy and better posture in weeks - you will be amazed at the results.

Besides, you can also immediately start exercising the pelvic floor muscles to prevent urinary incontinence in the future.

Tummywatch is also for men !

For those of us who haven't got the time for the gym, and a tummy that has an appetite for belts, just turn on the Tummywatch for a few hours a day.

The inventor of the Tummywatch is a businessman who has a tummy that has an apetite for belts, too, because he spends a lot of time driving his car and attending business diners.
At first he thought to control his tummy by regularly pulling in and holding his muscles while he was driving. But then he noticed that the muscles lost his attention within 5 minutes and the tummy was relaxed again.
Using the Tummywatch mostly during driving, his tummy muscles increased strongly and gave him
a toned up tummy and better posture.

Do this exercise several times a day. This is one of life's good habits.
Start it now !




How to order ....?

To order your TUMMYWATCH, 

  • please fill out the order form

  • or send an email to order@tummywatch.co.uk

  • and deposit £10.00 (post and packaging included) in our bank-account, click here for cash-payment address and account details.

Delivery will be made within 14 days of receipt of your payment.

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