The Importance of Kegel Exercise for Women
Looking at these bright pink kegel balls you may be wondering, “how can something so small make such a great impact to my health and sex wellness?”
This unassuming device may not seem much at first but what if I told you that it can strengthen your pelvic floor muscles and also increase its sensitivity and intensity for a better, more intense orgasm! Well, now I’ve got your attention.
WHAT IS A KEGEL BALL
The kegel ball actually goes by many names: Venus Balls, Geisha ball, Ben-wa balls, just to name a few. They have been around for centuries and are one of the ancient “tools” used in Taoist and Tantric practices.
It typically comes in a single ball or even a double ball made of various materials, sizes, weight and some even comes hollow with a smaller ball-bearing inside that rattles as you move as you exercise.
HOW DOES IT WORK
The principle is simple, insert your preferred weighted kegel ball inside your vagina, and let gravity do its work.
If you are using a rattling kegel ball like the Hedone Kegel Balls, its subtle vibrations should subconsciously force your pelvic floor muscles to gently contract, keeping the ball in place.
Weighted balls bounce and rolls internally, creating a more organic vibrating and deeper sensation with each unique movement.
Once it is comfortably positioned, try exercising with the kegel ball and practice clenching your pelvic floor muscle - which is also the muscle that surrounds your vagina. To do this, imagine the sensations of holding back your pee and squeezing for a couple of seconds before relaxing the muscles in that region.
WHY IS IT IMPORTANT TO HAVE STRONG PELVIC FLOOR MUSCLE (KEGEL MUSCLE)
Organ Support: The kegel muscles also known as the pelvic floor muscles, acts as a hammock to support your bladder, uterus and bowels. If those muscles are weakened the likelihood of prolapse happening are higher so keeping a healthy pelvic floor muscle is key.
Bowel & Bladder Control: The kegel muscles controls the opening of the urethra, vagina and anus. When you have weak pelvic muscles, you may experience incontinence during sneezing from a few drops to a full on golden shower in some cases. Yikes!
Pleasure: The kegel muscle can play an important role in orgasm. This attributes to the muscles surrounding the vagina. When your pelvic floor muscles are stronger, they help to tighten your vagina making sex more pleasurable. However it is also in the practice of both contracting and relaxing of the pelvic floor muscles in a rhythmic pulsation that will eventually intensify the orgasm for a woman during intercourse.
Hedone Kegel Ball set comes with 1x vibrating kegel ball which pairs well with a wireless remote control that gives the user and their partner a naughty way to add fun inside or even outside the bedroom!
Need help working on your kegel muscles? Try our Gaia Kegel Balls (Wellness Set) or the Hedone Kegel Balls (Pleasure Set). It’s soft, body-safe silicone, so it is comfortable and easy to wear even for beginners. Designed with pleasure in mind, it provides rumbly vibrations and three progressive weights for toning to increase your level of inner fitness. Feel the difference in tightness after just a few weeks and be on your way to a better orgasm.