Utilizing Kegel Exercises

It’s a natural thing that, as we age, we lose sensitivity. Parts of our body are not as tight and toned as they used to be due to our womanly experience, which includes child birth. Even though this is just another part of getting older it doesn’t mean that you can’t do anything about it. Just how bicep curls with free weights can tone and strengthen your biceps; kegel exercises tones and strengthens your pelvic muscles. Pelvic muscles are responsible for bladder control and aids in sexual satisfaction. Both men and women can perform these exercises.

The pelvic muscles can be felt if you try to stop the flow of urine when you urinate. The pelvic muscle is located between your legs, from your pubic bone in the front and runs back to your spine. It holds your urethra and bladder in place. The pelvic muscle relaxes simultaneously when your bladder contracts to let urine out. People with weak muscles may often leak urine under stress or when performing other actions. They may also have poor control under a strong urgency to urine. Child birth has been shown to weaken pelvic muscles.

Pelvic muscle exercises can be done while sitting or standing. Whatever position is more comfortable for you. You then squeeze the muscles 10-15 times straight without holding your breathe or tightening your stomach, thighs, or buttocks while you do them. If you have trouble doing it that way then you can start by stopping the flow of urine at the time of urination. Once you get the hang of it then you can try doing it at anytime when you’re either doing dishes, watching TV, or even at your desk. People can’t tell what you’re doing.

Strong pelvic muscles also mean a higher sensitivity to sex. It improves sex for the man because it creates more friction for their penis. Men with erectile dysfunction can benefit from this because it increases blood flow to the penis and can also help those who ejaculate prematurely. The kegel exercise stops the flow of urine which is the same muscle that would stop ejaculation. Although it works great for both sexes, women will feel a difference in their orgasms. The exercises to strengthen the pelvic wall will lead to stronger orgasms. If you’ve never reached a full body orgasm or multiple orgasms then kegel exercises can be the best path into getting them there. So start training your muscles to reap the benefits no matter what age or stage you are in your life. It’s time to make your partner jealous for a change.