A partner’s sexual quality is strongly influenced by various factors. Although social and psychological factors play an important role, physical factors such as vascular, neurological, and muscular (muscular) also play an important role. One of the most important muscles in the pelvic floor muscle. This muscle is a muscle group that supports pelvic organs such as the bladder and intestines, thus playing a role in urinary control, continence, and sexual function. Many people have tried this exercise guide on our website. Almost all of them left a satisfactory impression, you can find their reviews on the strong reviews page of the pelvic floor strong reviews.
Pelvic floor muscles play an important role in stimulation and orgasm in women. Relaxation of the pelvic floor muscles is one of the factors that affect sexual satisfaction. This muscle weakness causes decreased blood flow, decreased sexual sensation, dyspareunia (painful intercourse), and anorgasmia (unable to reach orgasm). Pregnancy and childbirth are predisposing factors for this muscle weakness and a major cause of lack of sexual satisfaction.
Research has shown that pelvic floor muscle strengthening exercises can improve a woman’s ability to achieve optimal orgasm, duration and intensity of orgasm, number of orgasms, and vaginal sensation during sexual intercourse.
This Tightening and Relaxation Exercise is performed by rapidly tightening and relaxing the pelvic floor muscles. This exercise is performed similarly to Kegel exercises, but the contractions are not held. Relax immediately after the contraction and do 10-20 times with 3-5 seconds of rest interspersed. Kegel exercises, for example. Performed in a standing position, lying down, or crawling. Kegel exercises are inexpensive, painless, do not cause side effects, and can be done at any time. This exercise strengthens the levator ani muscle and hypertrophies the muscle. This provides support and reduces the burden on ligaments and increases the vascularity of damaged cells and tissues. However, 50% of women do not do this exercise properly. When this exercise is done properly, research shows that within 8 weeks of exercise, there is an increase in pelvic muscle strength.