9 Benefits of Doing Kegels for Sexual Fitness & How to Do Them

Written by on July 22, 2018 in Conscious Living, Relationships & Sex with 21 Comments

Source: sexplanations

Clinical Sexologist, Dr. Lindsay Doe, explains why Kegel's are important to your sexual fitness. She also explains how to do them,  optional props you can use, and the 9 benefits of doing them regularly.  Here they are:

The 9 Benefits of Doing Kegels

  1. Preventing urge and stress urination or peeing unwantedly.
  2. Supporting the bowels.
  3. Enabling a more comfortable pregnancy, labor, delivery, and recovery.
  4. Enhancing pleasurable sensations for you and your partners.
  5. Improving circulation and function through the groin.
  6. Increasing lubrication.
  7. Producing more athletic erections.
  8. Mediating rapid ejaculation.
  9. Gaining more control of your genitals for whatever you want to do with them.


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  1. 10100921721200344@facebook.com' Isabelle Ramotowski says:

    Laura Baker Rebecca Ricci Marin Patricia Ann I’m just saying!!!!! Lol

  2. 10205312951649371@facebook.com' Rebecca Ricci Marin says:

    Lol too funny

  3. 10153194531172362@facebook.com' Sara Mulry says:

    Kegels contribute to pelvic floor dysfunctions that can cause lower back pain, urinary incontinence, and further tightening of an already too-tight pelvic floor. There has been significant research to evidence that more movement and releasing of the pelvic floor actually helps correct the problems that effect sexual enjoyment for women. Kegel exercises are based on old ideas from 1948!!!

    • 10153194531172362@facebook.com' Sara Mulry says:

      I have been a licensed body worker for 12 years, and consistently come across men and women with extremely tight pelvic floors from sitting all day. Tightening that area is not the answer. The answer is to open that area, and start by sitting in a squat position.

    • 902662029806223@facebook.com' Nick Mitchell says:

      i see the value of always getting a second opinion on a lot of things now, no disrespect to to the physicians and specialists from back in 1948, as science has always had to start somewhere and we are usually dealing with hindsight to.

    • 10207736190821580@facebook.com' Paula Elizabeth says:

      Wow thx I didn’t know this.. Bobbie Numata

    • 10153560703466955@facebook.com' Bobbie Numata says:

      oh okay hehehe good to know 😛

  4. 1462517400745437@facebook.com' Krizzy Ty says:

    Really LOL 🙂 🙂

  5. 10205532727453378@facebook.com' Josh Winquist says:

    Julie White Oliver. Hahaha

  6. 737190286392724@facebook.com' Cindy Crosby Madsen says:

    Essential for controlling the pee when you laugh or sneeze. Better yet, when peeing, try to stop midstream and practice that. You will have control in no time.

  7. 911338128920271@facebook.com' Rosemarie Esquierdo Balonon Lenhart says:

    Fantastic! I love it….in German it’s – Becken Boden Gymnastik?

  8. 1039481026061964@facebook.com' Alex Crofford says:

    Contrary to popular belief, when a woman feels “loose” down there it means she’s relaxed and you’re doing things right. If the experience was one you would brag to your buddies about how “tight” she was, you probably failed on several levels. The female opening has the amazing ability to push out a cantaloupe and then close back up to its original form.

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