Mothers often practicing Kegel exercises for the muscles around the pelvis is more ‘grip’ during lovemaking. Kegel exercises are exercises such as holding pee rarely do men, whereas it can also be used to overcome premature ejaculation and even strengthen erections.
The technique is easy to do Kegel exercises contract the muscles like the way he is holding urine for initially for 5 seconds, then relax. Keep repeating the exercise at least five times in succession with increasing length of time to hold urine for 15-20 seconds.
This exercise is relatively easy because it can be done anytime and only takes a few minutes. Exercises can be done in the office chair, sitting, walking, standing, or lying down.
In principle, there is no difference technique on Kegel exercises for men and women.Movement is basically moving the pelvic muscles as when to stop urinating, then held him for a while before it is released again.
In women, these movements can Kegel exercises strengthen the pelvic muscles so it is very beneficial to have a hernia or having problems with the pelvic floor. It could be to tighten the back Ms V who started loose, especially after childbirth.
In men, this exercise is less popular although many studies prove quite effective way to overcome premature ejaculation. By exercising the muscles around the pelvis, a man became more able to control time to ejaculate.
As for male erection can not achieve optimal hardness, the benefits of Kegel exercises demonstrated in a study in 2005. The study was conducted by Dr Grace Dorey, a physiotherapist from Taunton’s Somerset Nuffield Hospital.
The experiment involved 55 men, average age 59 years, with a history of erectile dysfunction for 6 months or more. The results are as follows:
- 40 percent of the participants get an erection with a normal (large and loud)
- 35.5 percent of participants improved erection
- 25.5 percent did not improve.
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