The Efflects of Kegel Exercises on Female Orgasm
Since the pelvic floor muscles are the muscles that that surround the vaginal opening and contract rhythmically during orgasm, it is not surprising that sex therapist emphasize the importance of the PC muscles in the orgasmic response. Nevertheless, there is controversy over the exact effects of the PC muscles on orgasmic response but certain benefits of a strong pelvic floor are well accepted.
A fitter, well-toned pelvic floor will almost certainly increase sexual pleasure for you and your partner, and it can dramatically improve your sexual confidence. The physiological reasons for the improvement go far beyond the increased tactile sensations resulting from a tighter vagina.
Kegel exercises create an increase in pelvic vascularity which means more blood flow and more veins in the pelvic region. This will increase your awareness of the clitoral and vaginal sensations that lead to orgasm. Any stronger muscle will contract more powerfully than would a flabby muscle; therefore, the likelihood of stronger orgasms is much higher with stronger PC muscles.
With regular Kegel exercise, many women report being able to experience vaginal orgasm for the first time. Women also report more intense and more frequent multiple and G-spot orgasms. Probably the most important thing about doing Kegel exercises, though, is that you will become more familiar with your pelvis and more likely to take ownership of your internal and external genitalia. By strengthening the muscles that contract during orgasm, you are taking control of your orgasmic response.
Are Kegel exercises a major component in a becoming orgasmic? The jury is still out on that one, but they are certainly something non-orgasmic women should include in their quest for the “Big O.”
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