Kegel Excercise As An Alternative To Viagra?
May 20, 2011 - James Hudson
Kegel Exercises for Men are used to strengthen the PC or pubococcygeus
This exercise was used as a first step for treating urinary incontinence. It is also recommended for treating
prostate pain and swelling that result from benign prostatic hyperplasia and prostatitis.
Many who are practicing Kegel exercise find it useful to control pre-mature ejaculation too.
Kegel Exercises for men is a natural solution that can rival the effectiveness of Viagra or Cialis. The power of
Kegel Exercises over Erectile Dysfunction was shown in one 2005 British study . It was found that a group that did
Kegel Excercises did much better than a group that adopt a healthier life style like , quit smoking, was exercising
and reducing weight, all of which are proven erectile dysfunction fighters.
After six months ,76% of the men had significantly improved their erectile function. That is on par with Viagra
or any other erection-enhancing drug out there. Since it is so simple, free and as effective a Viagra, it is
obviously very tempting to consider Kegel exercise as a first-line approach to improve erectile dysfunction. It has
to be pointed out here that erectile dysfunction can be a result of other critical underlying cause.
Thus , seeking a doctor’s advise to resolve the underlying cause is just as important as self remedy with kegel
How Do You Do It?
For a start, you can do this exercise during urination. Once your flow begins, try to stop it completely. The
muscle that you feel tightening is the PC muscle. In order to improve strength of the muscle, you do a “squeeze,
hold and release” pattern. At each squeeze , hold for several seconds before the release. With practice, you will
gradually be able to build up to a hold of 10 seconds, repeating the “squeeze, hold, and release” ten times.
Once you have become accustomed to tightening the PC muscle, you can do Kegel exercises anytime and anywhere as
it require no special equipment.