Women who want to experience better and more intense orgasms can do a simple daily exercise while sitting at the computer, brushing their teeth or even while walking to work. These exercises are called Kegel Exercises.
Kegel exercises for women is an easy way to intensify the sexual experience. These exercises involve clenching the pelvic floor muscles, which are responsible for both the flow of urine, but also distinctly involved in achieving orgasm. In fact, some women report that the most pleasurable orgasms are those that evolve into a wave of concurrent contractions of these muscles – a tidal wave of pleasure.
The stronger these muscles are, the more powerful the orgasm. Conversely, if these muscles are weak, many women coud find they have more difficulty reaching orgasm.
Many gynecologists recommend women routinely start kegel exercises as they get older or if they have given birth because often the pelvic floor muscles weaken. This can also lead to embarrassing and inconvenient urine leakage.
The most common way to learn where the muscles are is for women to practice starting and stopping the flow of urine. These muscles are also the same ones someone would clench to suppress the expulsion of gas.
Once you locate and isolate these particular muscles, you’re ready to begin your exercises.
Kegel exercises can be done anytime, anywhere. The exercise itself involves contracting – or clenching – the muscles and holding the contraction for five seconds before releasing and relaxing for five seconds. Repeat this procedure ten times. Do this three to four times a day.
The hardest part is isolating the pelvic floor muscles and then the next hardest part is simply remembering to do the exercises daily. One easy way to remember to do the kegel exercises is to tie them into another daily routine. For instance, you can do them each time you brush your teeth (if you brush your teeth at least three times a day). Most of us eat three meals a day so you can incorporate the exercises into your meals in some way, maybe doing them before, during, or after you eat.
For a very small number of women, however doing Kegel exercises are difficult. In those extreme cases, doctor’s can help you learn how to do kegel exercises. The doctor can help you learn how to isolate the right muscles in the pelvic floor.
One method doctors use to help is biofeedback sessions that involve the insertion of a probe or electrodes on the outside that will measure how well you clench your muscles and whether you flexed the right ones. Another option is to have the doctor apply a harmless electrical current to the pelvic floor muscles that make them contract and create the sensation of buzzing so you can recognize the contraction when you try it on your own.
However, these are for extreme cases, most women master the exercises on the very first try. After about two months, they can expect to see results in the form of more powerful and intense orgasms, which benefits both her and her lover.
Strengthening your vaginal muscles is not only beneficial for you, but also for your partner too. A stronger vagina means that you’re going to feel “tighter” to him and thus he will also feel greater sensation and more powerful orgasm.