Kegel Exercises

Mon, 08/16/2010 - 23:41 -- amber

Among many ways of improving one’s ability to achieve orgasm Kegel exercises deserve a special attention. First of all, let’s define the muscles that are targeted by Kegel exercises. They are called the pelvic floor (or pelvic diaphragm) or sometimes even “Kegel muscles”. These muscles provide support for pelvic organs such as bladder, intestines and for women also the uterus and are vital for continence.

These exercises were initially developed by Dr. Arnold Kegel for treating urinary incontinence in women and prostate pain in men. However the so-called side effects of those exercises were revealed later in the improved ability of Kegel’s patients to achieve orgasm. kegel-she

Women definitely enjoy more acute sensations during intercourse due to stronger and fitter pelvic floor (sometimes also referred to as “love muscle”). Increase blood flow to genitalia and a tighter vagina in general yield incredible results for women in bed. Not only does a woman enjoy a more intense and varied orgasm, but also her partner feels a huge difference during coition. 

Those new powerful sensations in sex will definitely help a woman to further develop and increase her sexuality. Some female patients even reported their first vaginal orgasm after continuously practicing these exercises. Although named after Dr. Kegel, these exercises have long been known before and practices by the followers of Tao and Tantric practitioners.

kegel-heKegel exercises are not only helpful for orgasm in women but they are also an excellent means to prevent premature ejaculation in men. Male patients who have practiced doing those exercises report an increased ability to control their ejaculation and they claim to achieve more intense orgasms once they allow themselves to ejaculate. Some have even gone as a far as experiencing multiple orgasms without ejaculating.

These exercises are quite simple but one has to make sure that he/she is holding the right muscles. It is easy to check it by trying to control your urination – this set of muscles is responsible for a tighter vagina and control of body fluid ejaculation. Always be careful as with any kind of exercise and consult your physician if you start feeling discomfort. The majority of patients who have ever tried these exercises report nothing less but a huge increase in sexual satisfaction.