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We must all understand the reasoning behind kegels and the functions of our body before we can solve any issues.
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Kegel Exercises

Kegel Exercises – How to Rejuvenate the Bedroom
Kegel exercises are often prescribed to women who have a problem with urinary incontinence. Urinary incontinence can be caused by a number of reasons but the most common reason for urinary incontinence is actually something that is quite simple and relatively easy to fix; pelvic muscle weakness.

Why Is the Pelvic Muscle So Important and How Do Kegel Exercises Help?
The pelvic muscles are responsible for a couple of functions. The pelvic muscle is really a stretch of muscles which help to do two main tasks:

  1. To keep your pelvic organs in the right place
  2. To help the bladder store urine

In order to picture how this takes place, you have to understand how the bladder also works. The bladder looks like a rather large balloon. Just as in the case of a balloon where you would have what looks like a large sack that is constricted at the bottom, you would have the same principle work for the bladder too. At the base of the bladder, the muscles work to close the opening so that urine doesn’t leak out until you have to.  As a result, you should be able to hold urine in the bladder without significant effort - unless it is already filled with urine.
The problem obviously lies in the weakening of those muscles. When the muscles weaken, the control of the bladder on urine also weakens, making it harder to keep the urine in. As such, when you sneeze or cough, the pressure exerted can be enough to push some of the urine out and you leak. The best way to combat this is to strengthen the pelvic muscles and kegel exercises can help you do that.

Why Kegel Exercises Can Also Help In the Bedroom?
Now although kegel exercises are primarily used to treat incontinence, it should be noted that the pelvic muscles have an additional function too. During sexual intercourse, the pelvic muscles are responsible for a very important and rather vital function. The muscles are actually stimulated during sex and it is their contraction which is what we consider to be an orgasm. If the muscles are weak therefore, the orgasm and the sensation during sex are also weaker.

Just like urinary incontinence, kegel exercises help the vital pelvic muscles and strengthen them. What results is an increase in stimulation as well as a heightened orgasm. Many women find that doing some consistent exercises can really help sexual activity. The advantage is also that exercises are relatively easy to do and can be done everywhere - and in some cases can also be done during sexual activity as well.

As you can see, there are plenty of benefits to the process and the good news is that you don’t have to be in one place to do the exercise and you aren’t actually limited in terms of how often you do them. It should be noted however that although kegel exercises are great, there are also vaginal weights which can make those exercises more effective and help to lessen the time taken to strengthen those muscles. Improving the pelvic muscle strength provides a number of essential advantages so go ahead and find out all of them yourself.

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