Erectile Dysfunction Exercises
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Is there a safe, non invasive, natural cure for erectile dysfunction?
According to research conducted by Professor Grace Dorey, PhD FCSP, the answer is a resounding “yes”.
In the brief video clip below, Michele, offers a simple explanation, for men and women, of how to correctly perform kegel exercises, an effective and proven cure for E.D.
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Erectile dysfunction is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for satisfactory sex.
The precise number of men facing this health challenge is unknown. This is partially because many men are reluctant to discuss the matter. Even with their physicians.
E.D. is a common problem which affects more than 20% of men under 40 years of age, more than 50% of men over 40 years of age and more than 60% of men over seventy.
E.D. may be the result of insufficient blood circulation reaching the sexual organ, weak pelvic muscles, inability of the muscles within the penis to relax, hormonal abnormalities and/or psychological imbalances.
A recommended first line of defense in treating erectile dysfunction is erectile dysfunction exercises.
One of the more popular forms is known as pelvic floor exercises.
The success rate is impressive.
Pelvic floor exercises, also known as kegels, have been shown, in studies conducted by Professor Grace Dorey, to prevent erectile difficulties and restore normal erections.
Research has indicated that 40% of men who had experienced erectile dysfunction for half a year or more regained normal erections after performing pelvic floor exercises daily for 3 to 6 months.
An additional 35% of men strengthened their rigidity.
Pelvic floor exercises are best taught individually by a trained therapist to ensure they are being performed
The process may be described as tightening and lifting the pelvic floor muscles. Imagine trying to stop the flow of urine or prevent the escape of wind from the rear.
That is basically the exercise.
Each contraction should be as strong as possible and held, initially for several seconds, but gradually building up to 8-10 seconds.
Each contraction is followed by a recovery phase of 10 seconds.
Importantly, the pelvic floor muscles should be tightened before and during strenuous activities which increase intra-abdominal pressure such as coughing, sneezing, lifting and rising from a sitting position.
The pelvic floor muscle exercises may be done while standing, sitting, lying down, or even walking.
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