There isn't a single easy answer because not all PE is the same. What works for one man may be ineffective for another. This article breaks down the causes, the available treatments, and the best way to find the treatment that works for you.
If you are included in the 45% of adult men that feel the size of their penis does not stack up, please don't despair. You're probably better off than you realize. This enlightening post includes a wealth of surprising facts and practical advice about how to get the most out of your favorite body part.
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!
Did you know there are more Google searches about penises than any other body part? For every 100 questions about the nether regions, there are 67 for the heart, 57 for the eyes and 40 for the head. Find out what exactly men are searching for!
Kegels, or pelvic floor exercises, are not just for women. Nor can they be performed any old place at any old time. Kegels are so much more than just squeezing and releasing. Explore this post as we set all the Kegel myths straight.
Who knows more about the penis, men or women? With no evidence at all, our guess is women - simply because men know so little about their reproductive system. In this fun post, we explore the difference in men’s & women’s knowledge about the male genitalia.
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.
If you are not achieving an erection rigid enough to fully support the resistance ring or your erection dissipates before you are able to perform the suggested number of lifts - do not become discouraged. In this post we give you tips to keep your pelvic training on track.
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.