Kegel Exercises Are Beneficial

 

Kegel Exercises

Kegel exercises are beneficial to both women and men. Learning the exercises while pregnant will help women prepare for easier childbirth by strengthening the muscles surrounding the vaginal floor. Having stronger muscles will give the ability to push at appropriate times during childbirth to avoid extra exertion during delivery. It will also help during pregnancy because you’re able to control the bladder on a different level. Feeling like you have to run to the bathroom to avoid wetting yourself or even leaking while laughing or coughing, will give you the control you need. It will also give you peace of mind while traveling, knowing the availability of a bathroom may be a little longer than expected, while the impatient partner that has no idea what you’re going thru, assist with getting you there in time.

Kegel exercises can be done anywhere at any time without anyone knowing and should be started at the beginning of the pregnancy, performed at least 3 times a day and you have nine months of preparation, increasing the times per day performed, throughout that period. Performing the exercises on a regular basis will aid in the healing process because the perineal tissues are stretched during vaginal birth and by strengthening the muscles during pregnancy will certainly strengthen the relationship afterward, thru faster healing and returning the vagina to normal feeling without an additional stitch.

Contracting the muscles during intercourse will give pleasure to the man, giving him extra sensations, and pleasing sensations for you causing a more intense orgasm. Strengthened muscles will also give you more control of your sex life and boost your ability to please the man. With Kegel exercises improving your overall abilities, continue the exercises at least 3 times a week, to continue the control of the bladder and continuing to please your man.

 

 

 

 

 

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