3 Yoga Exercises to Give the Best Sex of Your Life
All Natural Exercises to Reverse Erectile Dysfunction
Just because you’re getting older doesn’t mean your sexual performance should suffer.
Too many men resign themselves to living with erectile dysfunction, thinking it’s just a normal part of aging.
ED is more common as you age. But it isn’t normal. And you don’t have to accept it.
A good erection is affected by many things including blood flow and muscular control. You can improve both with a few simple exercises.
Strengthen Your Pelvic Floor
For decades, doctors have prescribed Kegel exercises to women to strengthen their pelvic floor after childbirth. It turns out Kegel exercises may have some benefits for men, too. Especially when it comes to sexual performance.
Doctors have known for some time that doing regular exercises to strengthen the muscles in the floor of your pelvis can help correct premature ejaculation. These same exercises also help some men to regain normal sexual function after living with ED.
To practice pelvic floor muscle exercises, isolate that same group of muscles that you’d use to stop the flow of pee midstream. Contract those muscles and hold them for a count of ten. Try to keep you belly, thigh, and butt from contracting at the same time. After a count of ten, relax for a breath, and then contract them again. Work your way up to 20 repetitions a day. Forty percent of men with erectile dysfunction regain the ability to get a normal erection within six months of regularly practicing Kegels.
3 Yoga Exercises to Give the
Best Sex of Your Life
It may come as a surprise, but practicing yoga can enhance your sexual performance and even help improve your erections.
Many aspects of yoga have a positive effect on sexual function.
First, yoga is a proven stress reliever. And the link between stress and sexual dysfunction is well established. Using yoga to reduce your stress can improve your erections.
Second, yoga increases your levels of physical fitness. Usually that improves your overall circulation, which leads to better erections.
And third, yoga can help you feel better about yourself and how you look. That’s another positive step toward having better sex … and more or it.
Try these three poses to get you started.
Child’s Pose: Start on your hands and knees. Sink back so you’re sitting on your heels. At the same time walk your hands forward and let your chest sink to the floor.
Bridge Pose: Lay on your back with your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor. Contract your belly, butt and thighs to arch your back away from the floor. Your weight should be balanced between your feet and your shoulders. Reach your hands toward your ankles, grabbing them, if possible.
Wide-Legged Straddle Pose: Sitting on the floor, spread your legs as wide as they will comfortably go. Slowly reach your hands toward your feet and fold forward, keeping your back as straight as possible.
Working Out for Better Blood Flow
Your level of physical activity has a big effect on your sexual performance, including your ability to achieve and maintain an erection.
Men who run or swim regularly have a much lower incidence of erectile dysfunction. Other types of aerobic exercise, like playing a team sport or doing a martial art are also good.
Even though most aerobic exercise is good for your sex life, some you should avoid. If you have ED, regular bike riding, or any other exercise that puts a lot of pressure on the groin area, can be counterproductive.
Build a Strong Core
Having strong core muscles won’t put an end to your erectile dysfunction. But a strong core will help you perform better in bed as your erectile function gets better.
You have a ton of options when it comes to strengthening your core. Push ups, crunches, planking, and mountain climbers will all give you stronger core muscles so that you can take full advantage of your improving erections.
Don’t resign yourself to a subpar experience in the bedroom because of erectile dysfunction. Try these exercise tips to improve your function and start enjoying a full and healthy sex life.