The involuntary Kegels or contractions of pelvic floor muscles are not bad at all. In fact, it is a bad thing if it is totally eliminated.
The involuntary contractions of this muscle group served a particular purpose of helping achieve ejaculations or orgasms and allow urine to pass through the urethra with ease.
When it comes to balancing the pelvic floor muscles does not necessarily mean eliminating involuntary contractions entirely.
Instead, train the muscles to a point wherein involuntary contractions do not occur to a point in which it is not supposed to occur, or uncontrollable occurrence leading to early ejaculations. In times when it occurs, it should be easy to control, or otherwise, just let it be to unload.
Pelvic floor unbalances when there is too much tension in the muscles causing uncontrollable Kegels or contraction resulting in premature ejaculation.
On the other hand, when weakness is present it can result in a complete lack of involuntary contraction resulting in delayed ejaculation.
Signs Of An Unbalanced Pelvic Floor
- Premature ejaculation due to too much tension build-up.
- Delayed ejaculation.
- Poor erection quality(EQ) due to unbalanced pelvic floor muscles.
- Some reported incidents on the loss of sexual drive due to either too much or not enough contractions.
- Experiencing difficulty in urination and ejaculation.
- Experiencing pain and if this happens, do consult a urologist or doctor.
- Hard flaccid penis state.
Signs Of Of A Balanced Pelvic Floor
- Maintain a good natural neutral state
- No uncontrollable contraction occurrences during self-stimulation
- Having the ability to fully control involuntary Kegels such as easily suppressing or letting it be to unload.
- Having the ability to last longer performances in bed.
- Having the ability to achieve high erection quality.
- Great sex drive.
- Ejaculate and urinate effortlessly
- Feels no pain or hard flaccid penis state
Balancing The Pelvic Floor Muscles
To achieve balance within the pelvic floor muscles, it requires some effort to perform the exercises.
The exercises are not difficult to perform, although there might be some resistance to perform it especially for beginners.
If that is the case, be persistent in performing the exercises as it is the only way to achieve the desired results.
Probably, the most popular exercise to train the pelvic floor muscles is Kegels exercise.
The instability or imbalance within the pelvic floor muscles does not directly imply the muscles are too tensed or weak as it is also specific to a particular area of the pelvic floor. Kegel exercises are the way to go to correct the imbalance.
Pelvic Floor Exercises
Tennis Ball Pelvic Massage
Aside from Kegel and pelvic floor exercises, stretching the pelvic floor muscles directly using a tennis ball is another effective option. This method also allows the muscles to relaxed and achieve quick results.
However, one session may not be enough. As with any other exercise, the long-term benefits can be achieved through regular exercise until results are desirable.
Keep in mind, the tennis ball method is both a massage and stretch treatment. This method can produce more effective results if used in combination with Kegel and Reverse Kegel exercises as before and after stretch.
The recommended time of the routine is 10 minutes a day. However, if pain or discomfort occurs during the exercise, stop it immediately and double-check to make sure the pressure is applied to the right area.
Here are the steps;
- Step 1: Put a tennis ball on the floor or a chair.
- Step 2: Sit gently on the tennis ball touching the anus.
- Step 3: Gently sit on a tennis ball making sure it is in contact with the anus.
- Step 4: Slowly move the body allowing the tennis ball to roll and massage the pelvic floor muscles between the scrotum and anus area.
- Step 5: Adjust the pressure by grabbing the right and left sides of the chair or lift with the body off the floor until the perfect pressure is achieved.
- Step 6: When done correctly, muscles will get relaxed and muscle contractions are popping.
- Step 7: Focus on putting pressure on pelvic floor muscles and avoid applying pressure outside of it such as the perineum.
There are certain yoga poses that are helpful in releasing tensions and training the pelvic floor muscles.
Please check Yoga poses for premature ejaculation that have been covered previously. These are also known as pelvic stretches.
Having strong yet balanced pelvic floor muscles can lead to lots of benefits including avoiding premature ejaculation, which is very common on the majority of men.
In fact, a lot of men simply accept it as normal, but in reality, they can certainly do something about it in order to overcome it.
As mentioned, Kegel is one of the useful exercises that can strengthen pelvic floor muscles and a link above on how to perform Kegel exercises is provided.
Moreover, well-developed pelvic floor muscles can lead to better erections, better orgasms, and farther shoot during the release of semen; of course, if you prefer to do it outside.
Otherwise, it won’t be visible if you release it inside, but still, a more intense sensation of orgasms is very noticeable. And, the more intense the orgasm, the better the sexual experience and satisfaction.
Balancing and strengthening the pelvic floor muscles is not difficult to do. So, take a few minutes of your day and dedicate it to performing the exercises mentioned.
Of course, with the exception of Yoga, which you may need professional instruction if you prefer and might need you to attend a class in which can take more of your time.
However, think of the benefits it offered… it might be worth the hassle going through it. You might not get used to it. You can do it at home also, just take a Yoga instructional video, or you can visit YouTube and search for basic Yoga that is easy to follow.
i was reading a male sexual health book and it kept mentioning doing pelvic floor excercises. i can get a demo of how it is done?
Try the exercises shown above, instead.