Exercising Pelvic Floor Muscles “Can Boost Sexual Arousal during Sex”

Exercising pelvic floor muscles (PFMs) can enhance arousal and sensation during sex, according to an expert.

The pelvic floor is a layer of muscles spanning the bottom of the pelvis that gives control over the bladder and bowel.

“Voluntary contraction of these muscles helps with sensation and arousal during sexual intercourse (and) involuntary contractions of the muscles occur during orgasm,” the Daily Telegraph quoted Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital physiotherapist Rowan Hill, as saying.

On the other hand, not exercising PFMs could lead to loss of sensation and arousal during sex and difficulty in achieving orgasm. Read more

My post Vaginal Strengthening Exercises for More Powerful Orgasms outlines a program that in 4-8 weeks should dramatically increase your pelvic floor muscle tone, while also dramatically increasing your capacity for sexual pleasure.

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