You've probably seen them before - they have eye catching, ornate packaging, and are displayed near the checkout at gas stations, convenience stores, and local bodegas. This informative post gives you the real story behind these often dangerous and unregulated pills.
The thought of losing penile length is not a pleasant one. Actually, it’s downright terrifying! There is no single aspect of the human body that plays such a critical role in defining a man’s identity. The good news is that you can prevent and reverse penile shrinkage. Read more about this topic at the Private Gym!
Do you know what the pubococcygeus muscle is? Don’t worry, most don’t. The “PC” muscle is a small muscle that needs a big introduction! Find out from this post why this muscle plays such a vital role in sexual health.
ED is caused by many factors, including poor blood flow, nerve damage, pelvic muscle weakness, side effects from medication, stress, and psychological conditions. We advise that treatment starts with the simplest, safest, and least expensive options first.
In the US alone, 30 million men struggle with ED. Traditional therapies treat blood flow, but often ignore the roles of the nervous system and pelvic floor muscles. Thanks to progress made over the last 20 years, all three factors can now be treated safely without prescription drugs.
When it comes to treating erectile dysfunction, there are few solutions that help prevent or reverse the condition. Most treatments involve costly medication or incorporate devices. This post explores the underlying cause of ED and how to truly fix it.
Prostate cancer surgery side effects can present as urinary incontinence, erectile dysfunction and in some cases, penile deformity. Find out how you can keep your prostate healthy with pelvic floor muscle exercises. In other words, Kegels for men.
Innovative yet controversial advancements in technology have been made to combat erectile dysfunction. Among them is a penile injection, shockwave therapy or a cast, for the penis. Then there’s non-invasive pelvic muscle exercises. Which one would you choose?
A prostate cancer diagnosis can be scary. Side effects of prostate removal such as ED and loss of bladder control, can be even scarier. Find out how a prepared pelvic floor can help you recover erections and urinary control.
You can overcome premature ejaculation with pelvic floor muscle training. There’s also the “squeeze technique,” when you withdraw the penis and gently squeeze the head until the ejaculation feeling passes. Learn more about reducing premature ejaculation in this informative post.
Did you know that the typical man-on-top missionary position involves every major muscle group thereby draining blood away from the penis and resulting in a possible loss of erection? In this post learn about all the sex positions conducive to maximum blood flow.