Why Kegel Exercise is Good for Her But Not for Him?


Many men who suffer from weak erections often resort to tightening or exercising their PC (pelvic) muscles in order to strengthen erections. While this might be temporarily effective, PC exercises lead to seminal leakage and premature ejaculation.
 
PC exercises stimulate the prostate to release oxytocin, a hormone that converts testosterone into DHT.  DHT then becomes trapped and over-stimulates the prostate and bulbourethral glands, particularly due to the fact that the perineum blood circulation is poor.  Eventually the prostate becomes fatigued, resulting in excessive production of the inflammatory hormone prostaglandin E-2 (PGE-2).  Meanwhile, excessive oxytocin will induce prostaglandin E-2 synthesis locally and tickle your urethra, prostate and seminal vesicles, helping you to achieve an erection.  However, the pressure on the prostate and seminal vesicles leads to ejaculation urgency, perineum pains, unwanted semen leakage during sexual arousal and premature ejaculation.
 
PC exercises are only beneficial for women who wish to strengthen and to tighten their vaginal muscles for greater sexual pleasure.  If you are a man suffering from weak erections, do not resort to PC exercises to rectify your problem; instead, consider some effective herbal remedies, such as Botanical Solutions for Erectile Dysfunction.
 
The Botanical Solutions have many powerful herbs. Cnidium increases the core energy responsible for sexual and spiritual power. Cynomorium is used to enhance sexual performance, replenish vitality, strengthen the liver, kidney, and heart, as well as for the treatment of diabetes, anemia and urinary tract problems.  Epimedium (Horny Goat Weed) boosts libido, increases testosterone and protects the body against the effects of stress.  Tongkat Ali has been shown to effectively treat men with erectile dysfunction, while Cuscuta improves potency.  Schizandra is a berry that calms frazzled nerves, and  Lycium fruit helps improve circulation. If you need to regulate your hormone levels, try Mucuna Pruriens.

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You can also treat weak erections by eliminating or adjusting medications and by changing your unhealthy lifestyle habits and switch over to do Anal Breathing Technique instead. Eating fatty foods leads to the production of plaque, which clogs arteries and blocks the flow of blood to the heart. Plaque can also block the arteries leading to the genitals, interfering with the ability to achieve a firm erection. 
 
Avoid alcohol, particularly before sexual encounters.  Do not consume animal fats, sugar, fried foods or junk foods.  Do not smoke.  And make sure to maintain a regular exercise regiment.  In some cases, over-masturbation leads to weaker erections.

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myles1234 posted on Tue, 06/04/2013 - 15:26
I really enjoy when she does that because I know she is enjoying herself. When I have done it about 2 times it is one of the most uncomfortable feelings and it really didn't do much for me. I am going to have to try the anal breathing and hopefully that helps out.
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