Most women have heard of the PC muscle, but very little have a working knowledge of how it works. Pubococcygeus Muscle found in both men and women stretches from the pubic bone to the tailbone forming the floor of the pelvic cavity and supports the pelvic organs. It is a banana shaped muscle. This muscle is very, very important to your overall pelvic floor health. Having weak PC muscles can cause several unwanted medical problems, both of which I will discuss in this article. But did you know that strengthening your PC muscles can also make your sex life exponentially better?
How to locate this muscle is very easy because you use it when you stop your urination mid-stream. You can release or stop urine flow voluntarily using this important muscle. Another way to isolate them is to put your finger inside your vagina or when you contract the right muscles, your vagina will tighten.
This muscle controls urine flow in both sexes. Pubococcygeus Muscles also play a crucial role in sex because it contracts during orgasm. It is also known to aid in childbirth by providing the right positioning of the baby’s head.
Properly planned exercises help to strengthen and improve the voluntary control of the Pubococcygeus Muscles in both men and women. With the ability to voluntarily control these muscles a man can have stronger erections and greater control over ejaculations. In women, these exercise help in treating and preventing both vaginal and uterine prolapse. These are conditions where the vaginal canal or the uterus protrudes from the vaginal opening.
Before you begin trying to exercise your pubococcygeus muscle you need to make sure that you have identified the correct muscle.
You do not need a gym to exercise these muscles. Clench and release the PC Muscles repeatedly for at least 10 seconds. You need to take a 10 seconds break between the sets. A minimum of 3 sets will do per day seven days a week. You can do this in the bathroom or the confines of your bedroom.
First, go to the bathroom and empty your bladder. Next, fix the pelvic floor muscles as though you were keeping gas from getting away from your rectum and hold for a number of 10. At that point unwind the pelvic muscles totally for a number of 10. Rehash this cycle nine more times. Do this same activity 3 times each day (morning, evening, and night).
Some of the leading benefits of undertaking these exercises are: you will be able to control premature ejaculations, check urinary incontinence, enhanced sexual enjoyment, easier births, and prevention of pelvic prolapse.
Any pain felt with these muscles could signify an underlying problem especially in women. A condition known as vaginismus is normally the main source of pelvic pain in women. Vaginismus is an involuntary spasm of the PC Muscles that makes entry or penetration of the vagina cavity impossible. Muscles clamp making penetration impossible or a very painful affair.