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The 4-minute exercise to control your sexual energy

The 4-minute exercise to control your sexual energy

Many men suffer from problems such as performance anxiety, premature success or lack of partner's satisfaction. These can be resolved fairly quickly with the help of this Tantra and Yoga-based exercise that works on your pelvic floor muscles (PC muscles) to improve sexual function.

So what are PC muscles? PC muscles aren’t an abbreviation for Politically Correct. Instead, it stands for Pubococcygeus muscles. Both men and women have PC muscles. They provide support to your pelvic organs, including your urethra, bladder, and bowel. They help hold your organs in place, enhancing good bladder control and sexual function.

This exercise, when practiced every day, for at least 21-days, can help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, which may assist in a stronger uplift, controlled presence, and intense sexual energy.

Keep in mind, that just as it takes time to strengthen your biceps, triceps, like any other muscle in your body, it takes time to strengthen muscles in your pelvic floor.

For men, the benefits can include better "uplift" and greater control. In fact, these exercises resemble Kegel, some sex researchers have suggested that Kegel exercises may be helpful to men who want to experience more than one orgasm.

In order to get the benefits of these exercises, you have to do two things.

First, you need to identify your PC muscles by pretending to pee while contracting the muscles that start and stop the flow of urine. Take note of what that feels like and where you feel it. You shouldn’t stop your urine mid-stream on a frequent basis, but it’s okay to try once or twice to locate your PC muscle.

Secondly, ensure you’re doing the exercises correctly by exhaling while contracting the muscles, and inhaling when releasing them.

The information presented here is for educational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice or as a substitute for medical treatment. You should always consult your physician or health care professional before beginning any exercise.

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