Squeezy has helped thousands of women regain confidence in their pelvic floor. Pelvic health specialists around the world recommend Squeezy to their patients every day because it works.
Around 30,000 people use Squeezy regularly to help them remember to do their pelvic floor muscle exercises. So if you are thinking about downloading Squeezy for your pelvic floor, you are not alone.
All women should be doing these exercises and some will be doing them as part of a physiotherapy programme.
Squeezy is simple to use, informative and designed to help women to remember to do their pelvic floor muscle exercises (also known as Kegel exercises).
• A pre-set exercise plan that follows public health guidelines
• A record of the number of exercises you have completed, compared to your target
• Visual and audio guides for exercises
• Exercise reminders with customisable settings
• Educational information about the pelvic floor
• “Professional mode” – if working with a pelvic health specialist, you can tailor the exercise plan to fit your needs
• A bladder diary to keep track of your symptoms, if required
• Simple and clear interface
Squeezy has been clinically reviewed and approved by the NHS for its clinical safety, and is compliant with NHS Information Governance requirements.
Squeezy won several industry awards including ehi Awards 2016, Health Innovation Network 2016, National Continence Care Awards 2015/16 and was a finalist for awards including Advancing Healthcare Awards 2014 and 2017, Abbvie Sustainable Healthcare Awards 2016.
For more about Squeezy and additional pelvic health information visit squeezyapp.com.
*Apple Watch users*
During your exercises you need to hold your finger on your Apple Watch face to keep it live and running. The play button changes to state ‘Hold’ when running an exercise.
This keeps your Watch from dozing off while your attention is focused on your pelvic floor. Most Watch screens go to sleep after 7 or 15 seconds (time dependent on your Watch settings). Squeezy has no control over the screen sleep time on the Watch; it has to obey your Watch settings.
We hope to be able to improve the Watch experience in future. In the meantime, we’re continuing the existing Watch support because many people find it helpful.
If you have feedback on the Apple Watch, please get in touch with the developers directly on firstname.lastname@example.org.
This app has been translated into Saudi Arabian Arabic.
تمت ترجمه هذا التطبيق الى اللغه العربيه ( المملكه العربيه السعوديه)
Fixed a problem with the display of yesterday's exercise record
Ratings and Reviews
I have had worsening stress incontinence for a number of years. I was resigned that this was how my life was going to be. My problems started after having 3 children in three years. I am fit and active and was having real problems when exercising. I had stopped running and there were certain exercises I couldn’t do in my circuits class.
I saw this app advertised in an educational talk I watched aimed at health care professionals. I can honestly say, it was the best money I have spent in a long time. Yes, it is basically a reminder service but we all know we should do pelvic floor exercises. How many of us actually do them?
After 2 weeks of using it, I have returned from circuits tonight where I completed 1 minute of tuck jumps with no accidents! Unbelievable. Buy this app, you won’t regret it.
Apple Watch app can be improved
This is great app and I was delighted to see it has an Apple Watch app as I thought that would be the best way to keep my exercise routine discreetly and without having to interrupt what I’m doing at the time. However it was disappointing to see that the sound/haptics only work if you’re actively looking at the watch screen and keep the screen on, which completely defeats that point. If you turn your wrist back to rest position or let the watch screen turn off, then the app continues the “squeezes” without giving any warnings. Hence you miss part of that session. So you need to keep looking at your watch for the entire session. The watch app would be amazing if you could do your squeezes relying on the sound/haptics of the watch. Or even better if you could choose to use the haptics only, to make it more discreet.
Simple, easy to follow app
I downloaded this app before falling pregnant with my 2nd child. Last time I really struggled to remember to do my pelvic floor exercises, even with reminders set up on my phone. I like the graphics which help to guide the exercises so I'm doing it properly, rather than getting distracted. It keeps track of how many times I've done it each day, so I can see if I've fallen behind, which helps keep me accountable, even if it's just to myself. I noticed an improvement after just a few weeks of consistency, and will continue to use the app throughout my pregnancy and afterwards.
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Requires iOS 9.0 and watchOS 2.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- Infrequent/Mild Sexual Content and Nudity
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Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.