Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a problem which occurs in many men, and for many reasons. ED is often caused by physical conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity and low testosterone. Other causes may be psychological problems, blood flow problems, hormonal fluctuations, and nerve damage.

Pelvic floor exercises to improve the strength of the pelvic floor muscles and are known as Kegel exercises. Kegel exercises can benefit people. In particular, they help to strengthen the muscles bulbocavernosus. This important muscle does three jobs: it allows the penis to fill quickly with blood during an erection, pumps during ejaculation, and it helps empty the urethra after urination.


Basic Kegel

The best method for locating the muscles of the pelvic floor (the lower pelvis) is your power to stop a few  times in urination. The muscles you use to do this are the ones that you need to work. To perform Kegel exercises, squeeze those muscles, hold for five seconds, then relax. Repeat this for at least 10 times, three times per day.

You probably will not be able to complete a full series of kegels, at first try. That’s fine. Do what you can, and eventually work up to 10-20 sets, three times a day.

Another way to think about Kegels is to squeeze the muscles of your anus, as if having a bowel movement. Hold for five to 10 seconds while breathing, relax then all muscles. Pelvic floor exercises help to alleviate erectile dysfunction.



Working the muscles outside the pelvic floor can also help erectile dysfunction. ED is often caused by the blood flow to the penis problems. Obesity, diabetes, high cholesterol levels and vascular diseases may affect blood flow and lead to ED. Add aerobic exercise to your routine and improve your overall health. This may lead to improvements in the ED.


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