Kegel Your Way to Better Orgasms

Orgasm creates a natural high, and that’s not just our opinion, this is a fact.  Brain scans reveal that during orgasm, the brain’s reward center lights up.  The feeling of pleasure that you get during orgasm is similar to that of an addictive drug high, only much more beneficial to our health.  Even the worst orgasm is good, but how can you have more intense orgasms, more often? The answer is actually very simple. KEGELS.

What Are Kegels Anyways?

Your Kegel muscles are located in the pelvis, and are present in both men and women.  These muscle control urine flow and also play a role in core strength. What many don’t know is that they contract, involuntarily, during orgasm. Like any other muscle, these special pelvic muscles can be made stronger with exercise.  As the strength of Kegel muscles are related to the strength of your orgasm – making them stronger can bring on a whole new level of pleasure. 

 Tightening these muscles can also lead to a feeling of fullness during penetration. For those with poor vaginal muscle tone, there are positions which decrease the size of the vaginal canal.  This can be good for the female orgasm as positions like this increase the sexual sensations felt by a woman. These include rear entry positions, like doggy style, or missionary positions where the legs are held more tightly together.   These positions also allow for the deepest penetration, and for increased stimulation and foreplay elsewhere.

Keeping your Kegel muscles toned should be a major priority for all women. This isn’t just for sexual reasons and keeping a tight vagina for better stimulation, but for better urinary control.  Regular Kegel exercise can help you reduce your chances of also developing incontinence.

How to Exercise Your Kegel Muscles

So how exactly do you work you pelvic muscles?  Doing Kegels is probably the best way.  These pelvic exercises strengthen the pelvic floor can help you avoid incontinence and keep vaginal walls toned.  Kegels can also transform feeble orgasms into fabulous ones.

Here’s how they work: Kegels strengthen the pubococcygeus muscles, which contract during orgasm. If they’re stronger, you could have a more intense climax.  To do Kegels you should do a 10 quick contractions, then another 10 and hold for 5 to 10 seconds each. Aim for two to three sets a day.

Kegel exercises don’t require getting to the gym, and only take about 5 minutes out of your day. What’s better? Nobody will even know when you are doing them, so you can take time during work, at dinner or while sitting in front of the TV to do them.  When your benefit is stronger and better orgasms, with such minimal effort – it’s a wonder people don’t do them every day.