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A primer on Kegel Exercises for Men
What are Kegel exercises?
Kegel exercises refer to the voluntary squeezing of the muscles of the pelvic floor as non-surgical treatment for perineal muscle weakness and/or laxity.
Kegel exercises were invented by Dr. Arnold Henry Kegel (February 21, 1894 – March 1, 1972), an American gynecologist who noted that women’s pelvic floor muscles were weakened by childbirth. When these muscles are weakened, women may experience urinary incontinence (urine leaks), loss of sensation in the vagina, and even vaginal prolapse, when the pelvic organs can bulge into the vaginal canal.
Dr. Kegel also invented the Kegel Perineometer – an instrument for measuring the strength of voluntary contractions of the pelvic floor muscles. The world's first biofeedback instrument!
Dr. Kegel observed the effects of pelvic floor exercises on thousands of women to demonstrate that the pelvic floor muscles could be exercised like any other muscle in the body. In his research papers, he called the pelvic floor muscles the most versatile in the human body, and discovered that they could recover their strength even after years of disuse.
Kegel exercises for men benefits sexually
Kegels for men work. They strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, which are essential for urinary control and sexual performance. Men who do regular kegels also report an increase in libido, more intense orgasms, and a greater sense of well-being. Additionally, performing kegel exercises regularly can improve posture and core stability.
Kegel exercises can be done almost anywhere and anytime, making them a very convenient form of exercise.
Why Use A Pelvic Floor Therapy Device?
Kegel exercises are a wonderful way to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. If you want to make the experience easier and more intense, then investing in a device may be your best course of action.
These devices are safe and effective. They can be used independently at home or with the assistance of a healthcare provider. Whether you need to use the device daily, regularly, or just sporadically, the type of device and severity of your condition will dictate the frequency and duration of treatment. You should invest in a quality device to help improve your sexual health and your quality of life.
There are generally 2 types of pelvic floor therapy devices for men. There are biofeedback devices and electric muscle stimulators. Biofeedback devices just measure the strength of the contraction that is manually generated by the users. These devices usually come paired with an app that will track workouts and may also offer games for the users to time their contractions to a specific objective in the game. In contrast, electric muscle stimulators directly stimulate the pelvic floor muscles and the user has nothing to do other than keep the device on for the length of the session (usually 10 minutes a day is plenty). These devices make kegels powerful and easy since there is no effort required at all.
A Kegel exerciser is an electric muscle stimulator device that automatically strengthens pelvic floor muscles
Kegel exercises are the most successful way to keep your pelvic floor in shape. They prevent incontinence and reverse sexual dysfunction. In this category, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, and strength of ejaculation will all improve greatly with the use of a kegel exerciser.
Up until now, there were only female kegel exercisers adapted with anal probes available for men. The eKegel revolutionized the treatment protocol by locating the perfect placement for custom-tailored pads that are applied externally to the skin, along with a device that was calibrated specifically for men.
If you’re looking for an easy and effective way to get the most out of kegel exercises, then you are exactly where you need to be! Get the latest in men's sexual health and try the eKegel. You will notice improvement very quickly. If not, we offer a full 30-day money back guarantee.
At Kegel Hard, our mission is simple: help as many men as possible recover their strength and confidence.