Demystifying Kegel Exercises
Why Kegels Are Good Things, And How You Can Do Them Properly
It’s hard not to notice when the skin on our face starts sagging and your breasts start dropping. But other changes are taking place all over our bodies as we age, some which might be less noticeable. Our vaginal tissue thins and weakens, for example, a result of natural events such as childbirth and menopause. And the pelvic floor muscles that control our bladder (and much more, as you’ll shortly find out) also get out of shape. That’s why we may accidentally leak when we laugh, sneeze, or make a sudden movement.
Besides working with your bladder, pelvic muscles are responsible for the contractions you feel during orgasm. With strengthened, in-shape pelvic muscles, it’s easier to become aroused and reach orgasm during sex.
Get your pelvic muscles in-shape