Kegel Exercises For Men: Good For Bladder Control And Sexual Enhancement

Kegel exercises for men help to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles which can improve urinary incontinence as well as other benefits. Many men can also gain improved sexual performance by utilizing this simple exercise.

For men that have inontinence issues, bladder training would help to alleviate the problem. The muscles used and the purpose of kegel exercises is similar to that of women. For women, child birth, and aging are the primary causes for weakening of this area. For men, the cause for weakness could be related to a prostate problem, or aging.

For some men, this exercise could be the answer to erectile dysfunction. It could even possibly improve premature ejaculation.

Another great benefit of these exercises is that it can be done anywhere, anytime without anyone knowing what you are doing. Once you get the hang of the exercise,it becomes very easy to do on a regular basis.

How To Do:

First empty your bladder fully. You could actually weaken the pelvic floor if you exercise with a full bladder.Tightly squeeze the muscles that stop the flow of urine.Squeeze for 3-10 seconds. Do three sets of 3-10 reps per day. You can do them while walking, sitting, or standing. Avoid holding your breath. Try to make it a part of your daily routine.

Be sure to check with your doctor if you have bladder control problems, or sexual dysfunction. If you get the okay, then doing them daily may be of great benefit. Even men with no medical problems can benefit from kegel exercises for men.

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