Kegel Penis Exercises – The best way to stop erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation and incontinence.
Kegel exercises also known as pelvic floor exercises or PC squeezes have been around for decades. Kegel exercises were developed by Dr Arnold Kegel, originally for women suffering with incontinence to help build up pelvic muscle strength. But Women aren’t the only ones who can benefit from doing these exercises, Men can also strengthen their pelvic floor muscles by doing a few kegel exercises each day.
So how can men benefit from performing kegels? Many men in older age develop incontinence or weak bladder. Kegel exercises can help strengthen the PC (pubococcygeus) muscle, which controls the flow of urine. Kegel exercises can also help men who suffer from erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation. By strengthening your PC muscle you can increase circulation to your penis, achieve harder erctions and have greater conrol over your ejaculations.
A weak PC muscle can be caused by a number of factors but the most common are ageing, being overweight, poor diet, lack of exercise and sexual inactivity.
The PC muscle is easy to find. Next time you urinate try stopping, you should feel the muscle in between your scrotum and anus squeeze tight. Another way is to simply try and make your penis move without using your hands, you can even try squeezing it now. This muscle is you can feel is your PC muscle.
A kegel itself is a very simple exercise to perform, all you have to do is squeeze your PC muscle tightly. That’s it. Doing just a couple of kegels isn’t going to do much to strengthen your PC muscle, after all you day that every day anyway when you go to the toilet. To strengthen your PC muscle you need to repeat these squeezes 200-300 times a day. Now that may sound like a lot, but when you think about it each squeeze takes only a couple of seconds so that’s only 5 minutes a day. You can perform kegels just about any where. Because your penis is not erect the exercises are discreet and no one is aware you are doing them. You can do them in the car, at work, watching TV, while on the computer, just about anywhere.
As time progresses and your PC muscle gets stronger, you’ll find that the exercises start to become easier. This doesn’t mean you should stop. You can increase the number, duration and intensity of the squeezes to make your PC muscle even stronger. Try holding one long squeeze until you can’t hold it any longer or doing gradual squeezes such as slowly squeezing and releasing over a minute or two.
Don’t let incontinence, erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation ruin your life, take control. By incorporating a daily kegel exercise routine into your lifestyle you can have full control over erections, ejaculations and urination.