The aim of Kegel exercises is to strengthen pc muscles, specifically those that lie on the pelvis floor. The muscles are engaged during urination, bowel movements, sexual intercourse and, in women, during childbirth. Age, surgery, childbirth, being overweight and specific medical
conditions can cause weakening in the area. In men, weak pelvic floor muscles can also lead to premature ejaculation. In both sexes, it can cause decreased sexual gratification.
So, Kegel exercises are recommended for a variety of purposes.Recommended that this type of exercise should be the “first line” of a management program.
The pc muscles become weakened during natural childbirth, as a result of increased pressure on the area during pregnancy and may also be affected by C-section.
Kegel exercises can also strengthen and tone the vaginal walls following natural childbirth.
A woman simply practices contracting the vagina. In order to feel the contraction, she can use her fingers and specially designed exercisers. The goal is to regain the “tightness” of the vagina, which improves sexual performance and gratification.