What everybody ought to know about premature ejaculation exercises!
Premature ejaculation is a very common problem among men, which is why there are many different treatments and cures for it. One of the most effective ways to deal with this problem, are the famous premature ejaculations exercises.
Also known as Kegels exercises or simply Kegels, these really simple exercises will help you to get rid of PE once and for all.
What is it that makes those premature ejaculation exercises so effective though? Well in order to understand that, we must first talk a bit about the causes of PE.
It is mostly caused by psychological reasons and factors but it can also have physical causes as well. When it comes to physical causes, the most common is weak pelvic floor muscles.
Those muscles, and specifically one called the pubococcygeus muscle, are located near the anus and they control when the ejaculation occurs and how long a man or woman can hold their pee.
The stronger those muscles are, the better you will be able to control your ejaculation. You may even become able to “send it back” and experience multiple orgasms in one sexual encounter.
A little history
The Kegels workout was invented by a doctor named Arnold Kegel with the purpose of helping patients with incontinence issues and women who are about to give birth. It was then discovered that it can also help men with early ejaculation issues and thus the Kegels exercises became known as premature ejaculation exercises and the pubococcygeus muscle became known as the Kegels or Kegel muscle.
► Getting started
Before you do any Kegels exercises, you must find your Pubococcygeus or Kegels muscle. Don’t worry, pinpointing it is way easier and simpler than you think. The next time you urinate, try to stop the flow of your urine mid-stream.
Make sure that you don’t move your legs and / or stomach muscles while doing it. Do you feel a muscle contract near your butt? Well, that’s your Pubococcygeus or PC muscle and you can now begin your premature ejaculation exercises.
► The basics
The most basic Kegels exercise is also one of the most effective as far as strengthening the PC muscle is concerned. Just pretend to “hold your pee” as often as you can. Try to hold the muscle clenched as long as you can and then release it.
The great thing about this exercise is that you can perform it pretty much anywhere, even while you are working or riding the bus or subway. After a couple of days, you should be able to hold the muscle clenched a little longer every time you try it.
► More advanced exercises
When you feel like taking things to the next level, try the following. For a period of about ten minutes, try to clench and the muscle and keep it clenched for a certain amount of time and then release.
Start with 10 second reps and then slowly increase the amount of time you keep it clenched. Rest for about 10 seconds between reps. Once you master this, you can try fluttering your PC muscle. simply try to contract and release it as many times as possible within a 30 second period.
Rest for a few seconds and repeat the process as many times as possible within a five minute period. You can do each of this exercises multiple times each day.