In this video we will be discussing 4 of the best exercises for erectile dysfunction. There’s no miracle exercise to prevent erectile dysfunction. However, there is some evidence that certain exercises may help. During this video I will be also be sharing one of the best ways thousands of men have overcame their erectile dysfunction forever!
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Having a satisfying sex life generally goes along with having a healthy lifestyle. So let’s take a look at 4 of the best exercises for erectile dysfunction.
1. Regular Cardio
Regular cardiovascular exercise can not only improve erectile function, it can boost energy levels, lower blood pressure, and improve muscle tone. Furthermore, by reducing body fat and stress, regular cardio can improve a person’s self-image, improve sleep, and result in a more rested overall feeling. For maximum benefit, 20 to 30 minutes of cardiovascular exercise four or five times a week is ideal, and it may take time to work up to this. It’s smart to discuss this with your doctor if you have been living a sedentary lifestyle or haven’t had a physical in a while. The key to sticking with cardio is choosing an activity you enjoy, so it won’t feel like a chore. Great choices in cardiovascular exercise include:
Using an elliptical trainer
Cross country skiing
2. Weight Training
One of the keys to addressing erectile dysfunction is improving the functioning of the endothelium, which is the inner lining of blood vessels. Wayne Hellstrom, MD, urology professor at Tulane University School of Medicine says keeping endothelium healthy can help you improve erectile function. Cardio training helps with this, as does resistance training. Adding weight training to cardio training increases muscle mass and bone strength, helps your balance and stability (which can help prevent injuries) and can help lower blood pressure as well. Improved muscle definition can also be great for self-esteem, and that can’t hurt.
3. Pelvic Floor Exercises
Long prescribed for women who want to restore muscle tone after childbirth, pelvic floor exercises, also known as Kegel exercises, can benefit men significantly too. A study by researchers at the University of West of England in Bristol showed that pelvic floor exercises can help men with erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation. Furthermore, experts think these exercises can make orgasms stronger. Once learned, pelvic floor exercises can be done any time, even while doing other things.
To locate the muscles these exercises engage, try to stop and restart the flow of urine mid-stream. Just do this once, because if you do it too much it can affect the passage of urine. Once you’ve located these muscles, you can tighten and draw the muscles in, feeling them lift upward. Hold for a count of five, then release. It’s recommended that men do 8 to 10 repetitions, resting in between. Ideally, each series of 8 to 10 should be followed by 5 to 10 quick squeezes and releases, and men should work up to doing the whole process four or five times per day for best results.
4. Salsa Dancing
If other options sound boring, maybe you should consider a fun, revved-up option like salsa dancing. You and your partner can lose yourself in the music, and it’s intense exercise that engages the senses, combining cardio, balance, and coordination. Plus salsa dancing is great for keeping weight under control because it burns a lot of calories. Furthermore, it’s an activity that can build self-confidence, and if you’re single, the classes can be terrific for meeting new people. Regular exercise doesn’t have to be drudgery, and there are many types of dance classes that can seriously improve fitness and help you address erectile dysfunction.