Want to know the secret to better sex? Try peeing in the shower!

Yep you read that right, apparently Peeing in the shower may be the way to you achieving better sex!

According to Gwyneth Paltrow's website, Goop, women who pee in the shower may be setting themselves up to have better sex. 

We know it sounds a bit mad, but apparently this is one of the best ways to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. 

It is important to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles as they support organs like your bladder and your uterus and having a weak pelvic floor may lead to you accidentally wee-ing a bit when you cough or sneeze. 

A stronger pelvic floor is also linked to an improvement in your sex life. Having strong pelvic muscles can increase feelings of sexual arousal and reduce any pain you may have during sex. 

On the website they explained just how to make these muscles stronger in the shower: "Try peeing in the shower squatting down. When you squat to pee as opposed to sitting up straight on the toilet, you automatically engage your pelvic floor and it naturally stretches and tones."

According to the website, it's all in the squatting for seeing any improvements. "Getting in the habit of deep squatting (envision going to the bathroom in the woods) will actually help create proper alignment in the pelvic, raise pelvic awareness and help lengthen an 'uptight' pelvic floor. 

So if you're willing to go the extra mile for great sex, peeing in the shower might be the way to go!

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