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Strong pelvic floor muscles
with kegel exercises

Work with pelvic floor (PF) muscles and get greatly improve erectile function, increase the duration of intercourse, and prevent diseases


Kegel exercises are a great way for men who suffer from bladder control issues or difficulties achieving an erection to overcome these problems. To do kegels correctly, follow this guide!

Have you heard of the Kegel exercises but thought they were just for women? You might be surprised to know that this exercise can help men too!

Just like women, men can also benefit from Kegel exercises. The pelvic floor muscles support the bladder and bowel as well as affect sexual function; with practice these strengthening movements are done just about anywhere!

Kegel exercises are a great way to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles and improve control over urine flow. To start the process, you'll want an understanding of where theseorgans are located in relation with one another as well as how they should be stimulated for maximum benefit! main-bg1

What are Kegel exercises?

Kegel exercises are a great way to keep your pelvic floor muscles strong after treatment for prostate cancer. Stronger kegels mean better control over incontinence, without medication or surgery!

How to do Kegel exercises for men?

Lie down on your back and contract the pelvic floor muscles until you feel a sense of control. When ready, practice while sitting or standing up to get more comfortable with contracting these muscles in different positions!

  • You need to tense your pelvic floor muscles for 3-5 seconds
  • Then relax your muscles for 3-5 seconds
  • Repeat the cycle of tension and relaxation of the pelvic floor muscles 10 times

To enhance the benefits of this exercise, you should also keep other muscles relaxed and avoid contracting your abdominal or buttock muscles. You can place one hand on top of another inside their stomachs as they lie down to detect any unwanted movement that may occur due too deep breathing patterns which would cause discomfort when done incorrectly.

Gradually increase the time you spend contracting and relaxing. Work your way up from 1 second, then 2 seconds out into 10-second contractions or more!

Try to do at least 30-40 Kegel exercises every day. It's better if you spread these throughout the course of your busy schedule, rather than doing them all in one go or twelve hours apart; they'll be much harder for yourself then! Since no one else knows about this other than ourselves (spoiler alert: nobody will see us perform our kegels), try using hidden spots like waiting around lights and elevators while also getting up from sitting down often during shopping trips so that way there is less risk someone could walk by without realizing what we're doing.

Diversify your contractions and releases. Try short, 2-3 second contracts as welll ones that last longer than two or three seconds! main-bg2 main-bg3

Why does a man need to do Kegel exercises ?

The prostate, a small gland about the size of an egg yolk located under your bladder that surrounds part or all off urethra. A tube called urination begins in this area and carries urine through male's penis before spilling out onto outside body place; many muscles surround it for control purposes should one have any weakness during cancer treatment which could lead them towards leaking (incontinence). Building up strength here can help with pelvic floor muscle building- just like biceps development takes time too!

How often should a man do Kegel exercises ?

When you first start doing your Kegel exercises, it is not uncommon for the muscles in question to be too weak and unable to repeat a single exercise 10-20 times. This doesn't matter as much because these initial efforts will only make them stronger over time; rather than doing more ineffective movements or wasting unnecessary energy trying new techniques that may never work out correctly anyway - just focus on getting better at one specific thing at 20 different levels (i e 3-4 sets each day).

There are many reasons to do Kegel exercises,but the best one is that no one can tell you're doing them! You need nothing special for these strengthening drills. All it takes are your muscles and time - which means they work best while sitting around at home or watching TV (or reading!). Men often put little reminders on their fridge doorframe so they don't forget about impending bathroom breaks; women may have partners help out in this regard too if needed/wanted by both parties involved. main-bg5 main-bg6

When should I do Kegel exercises ?

The Kegel exercises are a great way to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles before you have treatment for prostate cancer. It may take six weeks or longer, but the effort will be worth it in preventing any future issues with incontinence afterwards!