I'm Ashley Mitchell, and this is how to strengthen your stomach sphincter. Sphincters aid in the entrance and release of solids and liquids, in this case digestion. So you want to make sure that you strengthen it by stretching it out. A great stretch to do is the tense and release exercise. You are lying down on your back. Your feet and palms are just relaxed. Palms are up and you are tensing your stomach as hard as you can before releasing on an exhale. Let me go ahead and show you a few. So you really want to hold that for as long as you can but aim for about a good 10 strong seconds to release for about five before repeating that again for as many reps and sets as you can. You can't do enough. Another phenomenal exercise and stretch to do is you are lying down flat on your back. Your palms are released. Feet are released. And you are looking towards your stomach to hold that neck isometric contraction. To hold it for about 10 counts before releasing. Let me go ahead and show you a few. So you want to make sure that your chin is tucked in to your chest for safety purposes. Go ahead and do the same thing to as many sets as you can, really hold it for about 10 seconds to release for about five. Repeating it as often as you can. Feel better, have fun with it.