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How to Solve E.D. By Curing Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

How to Solve E.D. By Curing Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Pelvic floor dysfunction is a condition that significantly impacts male sexual performance, affecting both physical and psychological aspects of sexual health.

It's not, however, one of the factors of sexual health or performance that guys think about or are even aware about. We focus on other important things like cardiovascular health (circulation), hormones, and stress, but a dysfunctional, stressed, and tight pelvic floor could be the cause of poor sexual performance. And the solution is simple.

Here's the thing...

The pelvic floor muscles play a crucial role in the erectile function, making their health pivotal for optimal sexual performance.

Understanding Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Pelvic floor dysfunction in men refers to a range of problems caused by weakness, tightness, or impairment of the pelvic floor muscles. These issues can lead to erectile dysfunction and a few other issues. Studies have shown a direct correlation between pelvic floor muscle strength and erectile function, highlighting the importance of these muscles in maintaining an erection.

Now, what the heck is the pelvic floor? It's that area of musculature between the raisin (anus) and the balls (testicles). 

While some men may suffer from weakness in that area, more driven men may suffer from tightness, which we brush off as nothing or as a normal part of life. Tightness comes from intensity, from stress. You're tensing up that area without even knowing it and you've done it for your entire life, so it seems natural.

Eventually that tightness can show up in poor sexual performance or an inability to get it up, dribbling - after you take a leak there are a solid amount of dribbles that still come out - spasms, even pain. 

This, again, is something almost no one is aware of. If you're a driven, type "A" male, odds are you suffer from some tightness down there and it may be impacting performance (I'll link to a video in a bit that goes through solutions).

So, let's dive a bit deeper...

Impact on Male Sexual Performance

The impact of pelvic floor dysfunction on male sexual performance can be profound. Men with weakened pelvic floor muscles may experience difficulties achieving or maintaining an erection (this is more common in aging men), while those with overly tight pelvic floor muscles might suffer from the same thing, dribbling, or premature ejaculation or pain during sex.

The psychological effects, including reduced sexual confidence and increased anxiety, can further exacerbate these issues.

Improving Pelvic Floor Health: A Plan for Men

Improving pelvic floor health involves a combination of exercises, lifestyle changes. 

Depending on whether you have tightness or weakness, your plan of attack will differ. If you're under 50, and experiencing dribbling, ED, spasms, etc, it's likely you have tightness, if you're over 50, it could be weakness, but there's a video after this that goes a little deeper into which of the two it may be.

The plan of attack will look something like this:

  1. Pelvic Floor Exercises (Kegels) for weaker muscles: Kegels are the cornerstone of strengthening the pelvic floor muscles. They involve contracting and relaxing the muscles that control urine flow. Studies have demonstrated that regular pelvic floor exercises can improve erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation.

  2. Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Therapy (youtube it, don't spend money): Biofeedback helps individuals become more aware of their pelvic floor muscles, ensuring that they perform exercises correctly. This therapy can be particularly beneficial for men who struggle to isolate their pelvic floor muscles. This doesn't need to cost any money. A simple search on 'pelvic floor dysfunction therapy' on the Youtubes will get you a host of great content.

  3. Lifestyle Modifications: Factors such as obesity, smoking, and excessive alcohol consumption can worsen pelvic floor dysfunction. Adopting a healthier lifestyle can improve overall pelvic floor health and sexual performance.

Sometimes, the visual helps more than just hearing the words. Check out this video on pelvic floor dysfunction (not mine).

These guys go through symptoms, like 'dribbling', ED, pain, and others, and they show you daily exercises you can do on a daily basis, over a few months, to solve this issue on your own without having to go to a physio and fork over the dough for someone to just tell you what they tell you in the video - and the other videos they show thereafter.

Studies and Resources

Several studies underscore the effectiveness of pelvic floor exercises in improving male sexual performance. For instance, a landmark study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine found that men who performed pelvic floor exercises for 3 months reported significant improvements in erectile function.

For those interested in exploring this topic further and reviewing the studies mentioned, reliable resources include the Journal of Sexual Medicine and the International Society for Sexual Medicine. These platforms offer a wealth of research articles and studies on pelvic floor dysfunction and its impact on male sexual health, but, Youtube beats them for real world solutions.

A few channels to check out on the topic:

Again, it depends on whether you're suffering from weakness or tightness, but the above channels should be able to help you figure that out and provide exercises to solve the issue. 

This is a problem, again, that pretty much none of us are aware of. Guys will search for a little blue pill or go on gear before solving this unknown issue because, well, it's unknown, and solving this can fix a lot, not just in the bedroom, but your quality of life, but yes, mainly in the bedroom which fixes quality of life - who am I kidding?

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