Kegel exercise is widely known practice among women around the globe. It was first introduced by a gynecologist named Dr. Arnold Kegel, and was designed to enhance bladder functioning and to improve the pelvic wall. Kegel exercise is commonly used during pregnancy, as it helps strengthen the pelvic muscles to prepare physiologic stresses of the later stages of pregnancy and delivery of a child. However, recent studies shown that Kegel exercise offers innumerable benefits to men as well. It does not only treat urinary incontinence, but it can also improve sexual pleasure and energy for men and women as well.
Kegel exercises also facilitate strengthening and increasing the tone of the pelvic floor of men, particularly the pubococcygeus (PC) muscle, by regular clenching and unclenching. PC muscle provides a lot of benefits, as it maintains and controls ejaculations and erections in men. Doing this exercise also increases the blood flow to the penis, prevents incontinence and maintain the prostate gland in excellent shape.
Men can avoid premature ejaculation and can put on control over their pelvic muscles through Kegel exercises. You just need to locate the PC muscles and try to squeeze them while you are urinating. Kegel for men are easier than other muscle movements, as it teaches you how to work against and release the PC muscle easily. It is not a difficult task to do; you can practice it any time. You may not need spare time and space just to perform the routine. Standing solely or sitting on a chair is recommended while doing Kegel.
Doing Kegel exercise is similar to other workout routines. You can attain faster and impressive results when you work on it regularly. The good thing about it is that the PC muscles to be exercised responds quickly compared to some muscles in the body. You won’t have to spend periods of months just to notice improvements in your genito-urinary tract, regardless of how intense or casual the work-out is. Addition, as a well-toned PC muscles can now control the flow of urine, it can also put on control on the flow of the semen.
To sum it up, Kegel exercise offers a lot of benefits not only to women, but also to men. It could not only prevent genito-urinary tract diseases, but also enhances sexual health among men. You will achieve effectiveness of the exercise when you are doing it on a regular basis. If you happen to discontinue or you fall off from your usual schedule, just catch up on where you left off and continue to do it until it becomes a part on your cycle.
Originally posted 2017-02-24 05:15:20.