Now more than ever women are seeking a long and fulfilling active sexual life. It is known that childbirth and natural aging can weaken the vaginal or kegel muscles, situated at the pelvic floor, causing a loss of pleasurable feelings, even orgasms.
In the early 1940’s pioneer Dr Arnold Kegel developed exercises for the toning of these vaginal muscles, often resulting in significant enhancements to sexual intercourse.
How to find your Kegel muscle:
It is very easy to locate the Kegel muscle, also known as the pubococcygeus, or the PC muscle. One way is to abruptly stop and start the flow of urine.Another way is to insert a finger inside the vagina and squeeze your muscles. When you feel pressure around your finger, you are using the correct muscle.