Importance of Kegel Exercises

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Pelvic floor muscles support the uterus, bladder, and bowel. Many factors can weaken these muscles throughout one’s life, including pregnancy, childbirth, obesity, age, chronic cough, chronic constipation, and a genetic predisposition to weak connective tissue. Kegel exercises are recommended for strengthening the pelvic floor muscles in an effort to delay and possibly prevent pelvic organ prolapse. Pelvic organ prolapse is a condition in which the pelvic floor muscles weaken, causing the pelvic organs to descend and bulge into the vagina. This causes discomforts including uncomfortable pelvic pressure, incontinence, sexual dysfunction, and tissue pushed out through the vaginal opening.
The condition is more common amongst older women, but it is possible for a young woman to have pelvic organ prolapse.  Some causes of pelvic organ prolapse are vaginal birth, hysterectomy, and menopause. During pregnancy, Kegel exercises are recommended highly to ensure that the pelvic floor muscles are strong and well-toned. This will help prevent pelvic organ prolapse later on, but immediate benefits include more comfort towards the due date and less of a chance of developing urine leakage, which is common towards the due date and may continue after childbirth.
Kegel exercises also are recommended highly after childbirth and for women who have trouble reaching orgasm. The exercises tone the pelvic floor muscles and make the vagina tighter. A newly postpartum woman can do the exercises to help her pelvic floor muscles return to their pre-pregnancy strength. For those just starting to do Kegel exercises, some results should be apparent within approximately 2-3 months. Similar to other types of exercises and physical activity, Kegel exercises should be done frequently in a lifetime to see long-term results.

About Ben Wa Balls
Invented hundreds of years ago, Ben Wa Balls were made to enhance sexual stimulation and to exercise the kegel muscles.  Still popular to this day, Ben Wa Balls have been one of women's favorite items to use.  Now they come in many varieties and variations called Duotone Balls and Kegel Balls.  People also refer these kind of products as Ben Wah Balls, Pleasure Balls, Orgasm Balls, Love Balls, and Smart Balls.
As you shop for a pair, you will find some balls are connected by a string, and some connected together with a silicone coating.  The string gives an added benefit of being able to tug on the balls for stimulation, exercises, and easy removal.  Ben Wa Balls are made of metal so they are naturally weighted.  Duotone Balls are made of plastic, larger, and contain weighted balls inside the plastic balls which roll around causing self-made vibrations. 
For Stimulation Whichever style of balls you use, they all cause sensations and stimulation.  In the old days, women would insert the balls into the vagina and rock back and forth on their rocking chair.  The balls would roll and move around inside eventually reaching an orgasm for the woman.  You can be creative.  Try them while riding the bus, during intercourse, taking walks, or secretly while working.
As a Kegel Exerciser Ben Wa Balls are great for strengthening your pelvic floor muscles.  Since the balls are weighted, you have to use your muscles in the vagina to hold them in.  With Kegel Balls, you can squeeze on the elastic silicone or increase resistance by tugging on them.  Doing these exercises daily will tighten and firm your vagina muscles.  Many gynecologists also recommend using kegel exercisers to treat urinary incontinence since stronger pelvic muscles improve bladder control.
As you can see, Ben Wa Balls has many benefits.  Improve your sex life while having fun at the same time!  Try a pair and you'll see why women have loved their Ben Wa Balls for years.  If you hear people talking about them, they are also sometimes referred to as orgasm balls, smartballs, vaginal weights, love balls, baoding balls, and pleasure balls.

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