Men’s Kegel exercises, strengthening PC muscles
I read your article the other day and was curious about the topic; premature ejaculation. You suggested that to improve on Premature Ejaculation (PE) and related problems. One should exercise PC muscles by lifting a small towel or cutting down urine regularly when passing it.
Just a question; does it mean that those who wets their beds in adulthood may suffer from PE more than other persons? Also, how safe are the sexual-energy enhancing prescriptions bought over the counter?
Hi, Kegel exercises are no just for women. Men too need to strengthen their PC muscles for stronger erections and prevention of Premature ejaculation as well as bed wetting. Wetting the bed can be seriously embarrassing for a 3-year-old boy. I am sure it must be devastating for an adult man. I don’t want to speculate as to whether or not you are married and have children. Given our African traditions as to who cleans the bed and bedding.
It’s estimated that 1% of the adult population wet their beds and that it’s more prevalent in men than in women. I am no doctor so I can’t draw parallel between wetting the bed and premature ejaculation. Wetting the bed especially when it starts later in life, could be as a result of urinary tract infection or diabetes and if you are over 40 it could also be your prostate gland that has issues. As such you should seek medical attention immediately.
How to do Kegel exercises
What I meant previously is; one could use a small warm wet towel by placing on top of an erect penis and then try to lift it up and down like people do when weight lifting in a gym. Another method is to stopping the urine half way through peeing and resume peeing a number of times. These two techniques are strictly to locate the right muscles to exercises only; stopping urine all the time could lead to urinary tract infection.
Once you locate the muscles then you can exercise them by tensing and relaxing them at will, this are Kegel exercises for men. You also don’t have to be in the privacy of your bathroom to flex the PC muscles, it can be done at work while seated down or even in traffic.
Finally I don’t know how safe over the counter sexual-energy drug are. I would like to caution you to be careful as some of those drugs could have serious side effects. Most of the time they don’t address the underlying problem and offers just a quick fix. This could lead to over dependence, addiction and could be harmful to your health. Why assume the role of doctor a, self diagnose, self medicate and suffer the consequences? Please consult your doctor.