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Kegel Exercises

Are you from erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation?

These are the two most common problems men encounter. It’s really disappointing for a man not to perform well in bed with a woman. It can really affect his self-confidence and self-esteem that he’ll think of ways for him not to happen it again.

Try Kegel exercise.

What is Kegel Exercise?

Kegel exercise (named after Dr. Arnold Kegel) is an exercise of the PC (pubococcygeus) muscle developed by the Taoist movement in China quite some time ago. One of the features of their spiritual and physical life was to use a lot of exercises which were meant to strengthen various muscles in order to:
• promote health
• spiritual development
• longevity
• better sex

Kegels refer to exercises that restore and increase the tone of the pubococcygeus muscle by regular clenching and unclenching.

A strong PC muscle helps men to:
• maintains control of erections and ejaculations
• increases the flow of blood to the penis
• keeps the prostate in check in old age
• prevents incontinence

The PC muscle can be identified by anyone by stopping the flow of urine when pissing. Anybody who has ever tried to keep from urinating knows exactly what muscles to tense in order to close the urethra and keep the bladder from spilling its contents.

Men can usually identify the PC muscle by tensing the muscles in their pelvic floor until they find the one that makes their penis jump. This is best done with an erect penis, because the movement of the penis is easier to observe. Basically, the muscle is located between the scrotum and the anus and it’s the part of the pelvic floor that supports the internal organs. It plays a crucial role in the sex organs of both men and women.

The main benefit men get out of exercising their PC muscle is the vastly increased control over ejaculation. A well-toned PC muscle can stop the flow of urine, but it can also stop the flow of semen. Therefore, exercises help men gain control over the ejaculation, especially to those who suffer from premature ejaculation. The exercises, however, are not a quick fix. It takes a couple of months to see the results, but you can rest assured that you’re doing it for your own good.