The Things that You Need to Know About Kegel Exercises for Men
Are you taking penis supplements to help you treat erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation? I know that these things work, but there are also alternatives that you can
do to somehow treat your condition.
One of the most effective ways of treating PE or ED is to do pelvic floor exercises or what’s commonly known as the Kegel exercises.
Now, you might think that this routine is only made for women, but that is actually not the case. In fact, it provides a lot of benefits to men as well since it can help produce
more powerful orgasms, help overcome premature ejaculation (and sometimes, ED), helps you control yourself from ejaculating while still reaching climax, and reduces the likelihood of developing urinary incontinence, prostate cancer, and other things associated with aging.
The best part of Kegels is that you can practically do it at any time and receive its benefits. You can either do it while watching TV, waiting in traffic, and even at work!
After knowing all of the benefits and the fact that you can pretty much do these anywhere, I might have piqued your interest and you want to try it out for yourself.
If you want to perform some Kegel exercises, do read on to find out what you need to know about them.
Locate the Right Muscle
The main purpose of doing Kegel exercises is to help you strengthen your Pubococcygeus muscle also known as PC muscle or pelvic floor muscles. Most men who suffer from premature ejaculation typically have weak PC muscles, which is why doing Kegels can really benefit such people.
Now, in order for you to perform the exercise, you must first locate the PC muscle. Here are some steps to do it:
- Get Naked
- Place a finger or two on the skin that is just behind your balls but before you reach your buttocks
- Now, I want you to visualize the sensation of peeing so that you can start flexing that muscle
- Once you do it, you should feel a slight movement in the area where you put your fingers and that movement should go towards your penis and balls
- It is important that you do not flex your abs, glutes, or even your legs while doing this as it defeats the purpose. Just focus on flexing your PC muscle
- Now, if you are not sure if you really got the PC muscle or that you are having trouble finding it, then just wait until you want to pee and then repeat the entire process. You should be able to identify your pelvic floor muscles when you actually urinate. And, that’s about it!
The above-mentioned tips are how you perform the Kegel exercise, but here are some
important things that you have to remember:
- Make sure that you hold (the flex) for about 4 seconds, release it for 2, and repeat the process about 10 times
- After that, you’d want to squeeze briefly your PC muscles and release it quickly (like a split second) and do this about 10 times as well
- Once you get the hang of the entire exercise, you can then hold it for much longer. Remember, the release should be half of the time you’ve held the flex. So, if you are reaching for a 20-second hold, you should release it for 10.