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Benefits Of Kegels For Men

A man sits at his desk looking over his shoulder. Kegel exercises are so discrete, no one would notice him doing them.Kegel exercises are pelvic floor exercises used to strengthen pelvic muscles. Muscles in the pelvic floor help in increasing blood flow into the groin and are active during sexual intercourse. If you would like to enhance your sexual function, then you need to put in some effort and time on kegel exercises.

So, what are the actual benefits of these exercises? Read on.

Kegels and Men’s Sexual Health

Pelvic floor muscle exercises, including Kegel exercises, will help you improve your sexual experience in many ways. For starters, your erections will be firmer as the flow of blood into the groin improves. The exercises will help delay ejaculations as you will better be able to contract the muscles on command. A healthcare professional can help you in mastering delayed ejaculations using Kegel exercises. Finally, you will experience increased pleasure as well as an increased number of orgasms.

Kegels and Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

Kegel exercises are part of the treatment options for erectile dysfunction (ED). In some cases having a lifestyle change in combination with these exercises satisfactorily improves ED symptoms. For some men, Kegel exercises are included along with other interventions such as counseling, therapy, and other treatments in managing ED.

Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation and Strengthening

Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation (PFR) is a program led by a physiotherapist. Different techniques are used in this program to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. PFR has been linked with being as effective as having a surgical procedure. Additionally, men that have enrolled in a PFR program report to gain a measure of control during ejaculation. This program may also incorporate other techniques such as the use of electrodes to stimulate the pelvic floor muscles. These in tandem with kegel exercises go a long way in increasing the pelvic muscles’ strength.

Discrete Exercise

Although there are other pelvic floor muscle exercises such as squats and the bridge which offer numerous benefits, Kegel exercises are the only discrete option you have. You can do these exercises at any time and in any place with no one knowing what you are up to. You can easily create a daily routine where you do the exercises once at the top of every hour. This means kegel exercises can fit into your lifestyle no matter where you are or what other activity you are engaged in.

Finding the Help from Understanding Medical Professionals

If you’re having issues with erectile dysfunction (ED) or premature ejaculation (PE), call the team at Priority Men’s Medical Center now to schedule an appointment to have a consultation with their experienced and specially trained medical staff. We are Atlanta’s leading men’s clinic providing ED therapy, PE therapy, Acoustic Wave therapy, hormone therapy, and much more.

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