Pelvic floor exercises, otherwise known as Kegels, are often associated with women. However, men can also practice pelvic floor exercises and strengthen their pelvic muscles as a result. With practice, you can do Kegel exercises anywhere, anytime, and reap the rewards of continence and an active and fulfilled sex life.
What are Pelvic Floor Exercises and Why are They Important for Men?
Male pelvic floor exercises have become increasingly recognised as a first-line treatment for male incontinence, erection problems, premature ejaculation, as well as being an important part of recovery after pelvic surgery, especially prostate surgery. Pelvic floor muscle training is extremely effective for helping with:
- Stress incontinence - Men who leak urine when they cough, sneeze or are active are suffering from stress incontinence. Pelvic...