Have you ever noticed that you leaked a few drops of urine while sneezing, laughing or coughing?
Or maybe you get a strong urge to urinate all of a sudden? But you still haven’t heard about Kegel exercises? They probably are the answer you’ve been looking for.
These exercises can not only prevent urinary problems but can also help you reach better and stronger orgasm. Sounds good right?
Let’s start with more about those miraculous Kegel exercises and their benefits.
Kegel exercises are also known as Kegel floor exercises because they strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. What exactly are pelvic floor muscles? Since pelvis is an area that holds your reproductive organs, a layer of these muscles supports bladder and bowel. They support uterus as well in women.
Exercising your pelvic muscles can lead to many health benefits such as reduction or even complete elimination of urinary incontinence symptoms. Other than helping you control your bladder they also help you control your bowels and can minimize problems with hemorrhoids. And the best thing is there is no age limit, so both women and men at any age can benefit from them.
Benefits of Kegel exercises are not only limited to your health but can also improve your sexual health and pleasure.
These benefits are:
- Better blood circulation to reproductive organs
- Stronger ability to reach or delay orgasm
- Increased sexual pleasure
- Increased desire for sex
Knowing and understanding Kegel exercises and all of the benefits they carry is just a beginning.
Next step is learning how to do them and including them into your everyday routine so you can feel these benefits.
At this moment I feel like I’m making commercial because I really want to say: “But that’s not all”, but that indeed is not all. Once you get the hang of it you will want to go further, just as I did. Luckily, we have a solution for that too.
It’s your workout partner that will help you add some more intensity to your workout – Kegel ball (or balls). There you can find out more about Kegel balls and get some guidelines for choosing your first pair (or third, or tenth). And because we love How To Guides, we made one for proper use and care for your Kegel balls.
Now you know all of the benefits Kegel exercises carry, and you know where to get more information. Let us know if this is something you would try?