Adding kegels to your daily routine can help you gain better urinary control, improve your erectile function, and prevent premature ejaculation.
Kegel exercises are pelvic floor exercises. Performing kegels help to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, which support the bladder, small intestine and rectum.
How Do Kegel Exercises Benefit Men?
- Treat stress incontinence in men after prostate surgery
- Relieve overactive bladder
- Improve sexual & erectile function
- Improve ejaculation control and orgasm intensity
How To Do Kegel Exercises
Find your PC muscles. They’re the same muscles you can use to avoid passing gas. Simply stop urinating mid-stream to contract your PC muscles, your testicles will also rise.
Get flexing! Contract and hold your PC muscles for 5 to 20 seconds. Then release them. Repeat for 10-2- reps. Once you build up the number of contractions you can do, increase the amount of times per week you do them.
Over time, this simple exercise can help strengthen your PC muscles, improve your bladder control and sexual function.