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Caution Notices - Kegel Exercise for Men

What is the Kegel Exercise?

Kegel Exercise, known as the Pelvic Floor Exercise, is the repetitive contraction of the pubococcygeus (PC) muscles. If you have ever stopped yourself from urinating midstream, then you have used your PC muscles. If you flex your PC muscles and keep them contract for 10 seconds, you are partaking in the Kegel Exercise. Kegel Exercises were originally used for women to control incontinence (the urge to urinate all the time) and to enhance sexual responses during intercourse. Kegel Exercises are now being used by men to help control premature ejaculation.

  • Ejaculation Control
  • Prostate Health
  • Erection Firmness
  • Arousal Control
  • Ejaculation Strength
  • Bladder Control
The Kegel Exercise: Muscle or Hustle?

Many magazines and websites swear by the Kegel Exercise because of its simple to remember steps and efficient in helping control ejaculation. In fact, most men can master this exercise after just the third or fourth time. Because of these reasons, the Kegel exercise is widespread throughout the sex industry.

However, most of these magazines and websites contain a disclaimer – usually in very small type – stating not to overuse the Kegel Exercise. Unfortunately, many readers gloss over this warning, and the hype on the Kegel ends up being more damaging than helpful.

The Kegel Exercise has been shown to improve sexual endurance, but used in excess, the exercise can also be very harmful. The reason is contraction of the prostate muscle triggers the prostate's sympathetic nerve to induce an ejaculation.

While men tend to contract the PC muscle to assist a weak erection, long-term practice of this exercise will make the muscle develop more testosterone, dihydrotestosterone (DHT), and oxytocin receptors. These hormone receptors make men and women achieve an orgasm quicker and more easily, due to the presence of more hormones trapped in the sex organs. For women who have difficulty achieving orgasm, obtaining an easier orgasm is fine, but for men, reaching an orgasm this quickly could be the end of their sex drive.

It’s Fallen and I Can’t Get it Up!

Some men have been safely practicing Kegel for years, but others practice it recklessly. Kegel Exercises are different than tobacco they can feel good, but most people just don’t understand how harmful the exercises can be.

Many websites and magazines that showcase the Kegel Exercise also claim that performing intense Kegel exercises right after ejaculation (when your PC muscles are tired) will dramatically strengthen and tone your PC muscles. If you’ve been holding back your ejaculation using the Kegel Method during sex, then you will be doubling up on your exercises. Doubling your Kegel exercises can be detrimental, and a brief exercises after intercourse can be abusive to your health.

Many men have damaged their penis through Kegel and they have no idea how to overcome the sexual dysfunctions like premature ejaculation. In order to power up your penis and get back to a normal, healthy ejaculation, it requires action from the parasympathetic nerves with the assistance of natural herbs to replenish the body’s drained sexual system and reduce DHT to have a healthy prostate. Unfortunately, more Kegel exercises won’t help you.

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