Male sexual enhancement has always been an area of interest with most men and even women who like their men to be in top form when the ‘need’ arises. The focus of male sexuality is the size of his penis and how he uses it. Size they say, does not matter. However, that comes with a rider. If you are challenged by size, you need to compensate it in other ways and when it comes to sex for a man, it is a good, hard and long-lasting erection that keeps him on top (pun intended!).
Now that we have broken the ice, let’s get to the heart of the matter. The nature of sexual intercourse is such that a man’s penis needs reach a certain level of hardness (erection) to complete the sexual act successfully. While some men are naturally endowed with a good erection when required, others may need a bit of stimulation. A good way of keeping your penis in prime form as you grow older is by performing regular Kegel exercises.
What are Kegel Exercises?
Invented by Dr Arnold Kegel in the 1940s, these exercises were linked to the female anatomy and were recommended for ladies to strengthen their pelvic floor after childbirth. However, research has proved that these exercises can also help to enhance the functioning of the male anatomy.
The result of prolonged Kegel exercises is that premature ejaculation is avoided and erections can be sustained for longer periods, enhancing pleasure during sexual intercourse for both partners. In fact, there have even been reports of multiple orgasms being experienced by men who performed Kegel exercises.
How are Male Kegel Exercises performed?
The method for performing Kegel exercises for men is similar to the way women need to do it. Just simulate the action that you do when you hold back urine. The muscle group that you contract for that is the same group of muscles that help to create and maintain an erection. You just have to tighten these muscles, hold for five seconds and then release them. Now repeat the exercise after a gap of about 5 to 10 seconds. And that’s it!
The Effect of Kegel Exercises
Due to age or maybe due to some underlying health problems, these muscles lose their elasticity and become weak. The result is that the quality of erections become poor and a man will experience inadequacy while performing the sexual act. By performing Kegel exercises regularly, you can strengthen these muscles to improve sexual performance. These exercises not only will help you to have better sex, but it will help you later on in life with the incontinence issues that you might experience with the onset of old age.
How Often to Perform Kegel Exercises?
Ideally, Kegels should be performed in groups of ten, three times daily. You would be well advised to start with a smaller number and then increase the number of exercises daily. If you experience discomfort or pain during or after the Kegels, you should consult a doctor.
Start Kegels Today, wherever you are!
The beauty of Kegel Exercises is that you can perform them anywhere and no one needs to know. Just sitting at your desk at office or in front of the TV at home, whenever it’s Kegel time, just do it. The real challenge would be to actually remember to do your exercises.
A few Last Words
The only last words to be said on the subject of Kegels, is that the process of strengthening the muscles of the pelvic floor is gradual. Don’t expect miracles overnight. However, after a few weeks or even a month of doing these exercises regularly, especially if you have erectile issues, you should be able to see some improvement.