Why exercise for intimate muscles?
There is a pubococcygeal muscle at the base of the penis, which is trained during Kegel exercises. As a result, it increases the blood supply to the penis, fills the corpus cavernosum with blood, and improves erection.
Increasing blood circulation in the pelvic area eliminates stagnation, improves the supply of nutrition to organ tissues, and, as a result, prevents the development of pelvic organ infections, prostatitis, urinary incontinence, and hemorrhoids.
Due to the tone of the perineal muscles, which develops by doing Kegel exercises regularly, orgasm becomes brighter and more intense.
Moreover, good muscle tone helps to make your erection stronger.
Statistics regarding Kegel exercises
- An erection increased after a course of perineal muscle training. According to objective instrumental assessment, this was observed in 84% of men.
- With organic erectile dysfunction, a return to normal erection after perineal muscle training occurred in 67% of patients and a partial improvement in 17%. In the case of psychogenic erectile dysfunction, an improvement occurred in 86% of patients.
- Perineal muscle strengthening led to complete erection recovery in 100% of patients with organic erectile dysfunction under 40, without marked pathological outflow of blood.
- The effectiveness of erectile function recovery depends on a quantitative increase in perineal muscle strength. According to the method described above, perineal muscle training increased the power of these muscles on average by 3.5 times after 21 sessions.
A weight reduction and an increase in general physical endurance positively affect the effectiveness of perineal muscle training and recovery of the erection.
It is not affected by:
- Arterial hypertension.
- Antihypertensive therapy.
- Anatomical size of the genital organ.