Prostate exercise strengthens the prostate and helps cleanse it of toxins by increasing blood flow through it. After all, the prostate is both a gland that secretes seminal fluids and a muscle that pumps it out for our pleasure (designed with the intent of being successful in procreation). The prostate also removes toxins, protecting sperm and enhancing the chance of impregnating. So exercising the prostate makes good sense.
In fact, the prostate has 10 amazing functions! It is worth reading about if you are serious about creating a healthy life and a healthy prostate, visit my page about the prostate's functions.
An added bonus of prostate exercise it is that it helps you control ejaculation and the duration and strength of your erections. Nice bonuses. Sign me up!
Prostate exercise happens by engaging your pubococcygeus or PC muscle. Kegel exercises or pelvic floor exercises are the name used for both men and women to strengthen the PC muscle. It stretches from the pubic bone to the tailbone, supporting the inner organs of the pelvic area and the function of the sphincter muscles (anal and bladder sphincters). In men, kegel exercises also help to squeeze the prostate gland allowing more blood to flow through it, helping to cleanse it.
That’s why kegel or prostate exercises for men are recommended for treating prostate conditions like enlargement from benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and prostatitis, or inflammation of the prostate. Prostate exercise can also be used for treating urinary incontinence because these kegel exercises strengthen the bladder sphincter.
For women reading this, kegel exercises will strengthen your pelvic muscles and organs. As a result it will heighten your sensations during sex. Within two weeks you will be able to squeeze tight your vagina muscles. I will leave it to you to imagine the pleasurable benefits of this skill for you and your partner!
Do you know how to squeeze your PC muscle? Just squeeze your stop-pee (and stop-pooh) muscle next time you are urinating to stop the flow completely. That’s prostate exercise - it`s real simple. Squeeze your PC muscle. Just tighten all the muscles around the scrotum and anus. It automatically engages the prostate and you are on your way.
You can now do prostate exercise several times a day anywhere: while sitting, driving, walking, talking, or now while you are reading this website! Squeeze, hold, release. That’s it. The world’s easiest exercise and perhaps also the most beneficial! And only you know you are doing it!
To get the most benefit from it, you need to do sets. You can vary:
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Note: If your stomach muscles are not strong already, then 10 reps is way too many. Not that you won’t be able to do them, but 2-4 hours later your stomach will be in agony. Start with 3 reps and work your way up to 10 over a couple of weeks.
Remember to do your prostate exercises every day. These are especially easy to do when you are waiting at traffic lights or watching TV. Put those down times to good use and your prostate will sing its praises!
Try something extremely pleasurable and good for the prostate - prostate massage! Visit the link below to find out why it's so good for you.
Here's a simple app for your smartphone that will help help you do your kegel exercises: www.kegelaerobics.com
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