Kegel exercises are completely safe for a healthy person to do.
Kegel exercises are beneficial in that they help control the muscles which control ones bladder. Women who are pregnant often do kegel exercises to help strengthen their pelvic muscles.
You can do Kegel exercises sitting, standing or lying in any position that is comfortable. See the related questions for more details of how to do Kegel exercises.
KEY-gul. The gynecologist who developed pelvic floor muscle exercises now known as Kegel exercises or "Kegels" was Dr. Arnold Kegel, who was an early proponent of the exercises. His original pelvic toning device was called the "perineometer".
PC muscle exercises. and male kegel exercises
Do Kegel exercises.
Mild conditions of dropped uterus, aka Uterine Prolapse, can be helped by doing Kegel exercises to strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor and vagina. Sometimes these conditions require surgical correction, however. The Kegel exercises are the same regardless of the condition being treated. See the related questions below for information and links about Kegel exercises and how to do them.
Yes. Many women do Kegel exercises when driving or when sitting with morning coffee as a routine part of the day. See more information in the related questions below.
Some good pelvic floor exercises to try are Kegel exercises and Pilates. There are Kegel exercises for men and women. These exercises can help women recover muscle tone after pregnancy. http://pilates.about.com/od/technique/a/Pelvic-Floor-Muscles.htm
im not sure on the spelling, but i believe they are called kegel exercises.
Kegel exercises, also known as pelvic floor exercises, strengthen some of the muscles that control the flow of urine. Therefore these exercises help to prevent pelvic floor weakness, which could lead to stress incontinence or uterine prolapse.
Anyone of any age or sex can do Kegel exercises without harm or side effects. The efficacy may depend on age and reason for the exercises, since a very young male child would not be needing Kegel exercises for the purpose of treating erectile dysfunction, but it would be helpful if incontinence is a problem. See the related questions below for more information and links.
If they're smart, Kegel exercises.
Yes. It's called kegel exercises.
There are no negative side effects from doing Kegel exercises.
There are a few different body functions that benefit from Kegel exercises for men. By doing Kegel exercises, men can strengthen their pelvic floor, a group of muscles that aid in holding internal organs in place, therefore improving bladder control and even sexual performance. An example of sexual health benefit is strengthening of erection.
Both men and women can strengthen the PC muscle by doing specific exercises to target and strengthen it. Kegel exercises are usually recommended and involve tightening and releasing the muscle (which is located in the pelvic floor). See related questions for more about Kegel exercises.
If you do the Kegel exercises without any tools or devices, there should be no problem if you are on anticoagulant medicines. Kegel exercises are as or more effective when done without Kegel devices anyway. Use of the devices that are external add no value and only add costs. The internal Kegel exercise devices may be helpful but are also unnecessary so you would not need to use them and risk an injury that could cause bleeding. When on anticoagulants you want to avoid any chance of a tear or scratch that could cause bleeding, so there is a small risk of this with use of internal Kegel exercisers or with excess bruising and resulting discomfort. Doing Kegel exercises without devices is safe and effective and should create no problems with use while taking anticoagulants ("blood thinners").
There is no possible way. If you want your vagina tighter do kegel exercises.
Yes it is safe to do it right after delivery