Premature Ejaculation Exercises
If you're struggling with premature ejaculation then you might be thinking that only medications such as Prozac or herbal PE pills such as Delay or Ejacutrol can really help you to overcome the problem (without using desensitizing creams or sprays) but you may be surprised to know that there are simple exercises that you can perform to build greater control over your orgasms.
The process of ejaculation happens involuntarily, once a critical threshold of excitement has been reached, but the actual muscle contractions that pump out your semen are performed by a a set of muscles that are not completely beyond your control - the pelvic floor muscles.
If you've ever been desperate to urinate and felt as though you need to cross your legs and tightly squeeze the muscles below your bladder then you'll have some idea about how important and useful it is to properly control these pelvic floor muscles!
The pelvic floor muscles can be strengthened simply by carrying out exercises called Kegel exercises. In Kegel exercises one rhythmically contracts and relaxes these muscles, usually in sets of ten. This can be repeated almost anytime you like - sitting at your desk, watching TV, just perform a few repetitions per day and your 'Kegel muscles' will strengthen over time.
For sufferers of severe premature ejaculation Kegel exercises alone are unlikely to provide a single, permanent solution to premature ejaculation. What these premature ejaculation exercises can do is to help you prevent your ejaculation becoming inevitable by having the muscle strength to hold it back. You can then build on this using other techniques such as training through mind over matter techniques, to help you gain complete control over your ejaculations, in time.