Male Penis Enhancement – Enlarge Your Penis Naturally With Penis Exercises

Male Penis Enhancement is apparently a very hot topic. A Google search on the term brings back over half a million web pages. Although the topic is hot, it is by no means new. Penis exercises have been used for thousands of years. One of the oldest known male enhancement exercises is called Jelqing, a.k.a., milking, which exercises the smooth muscle and other tissues in the penis. The key to this exercise is based on what naturally happens during an erection, the corpus cavernosum penis, one of a pair of sponge-like regions of erectile tissue, fills with blood. If performed often, Jelqing enlarges the corpus cavernosum penis, and hence, the penis, with lasting effect.

Though penis exercises is one of the most popular ways to enlarge the penis naturally, male enhancement pills often boast of the added benefit of actually increasing stamina and decreasing the occurrences of premature ejaculation. A companion to penis exercises, to combat the premature problem and maintaining an erection, is exercising the pubococcygeus, or PC, muscle.

The PC is found in both sexes, stretching from the pubic bone to the coccyx (tail bone). This muscle controls urine flow and contracts during organism. Exercising the PC is known as Kegel exercises, named after their inventor, Dr. Arnold Kegel. Healthy PC muscles have actually been linked to a reduction in urinary incontinence. Kegel exercises also contract the cremaster muscle in men, which lifts the testicles. Kegel exercises have been prescribed as a control of premature ejaculation and to increase penis strength.

Penis exercises are most effective when done following a consistent exercise routine. Adding herbal supplements to the regiment also increases the results. Many penis exercise programs recommend herbal supplements, such as, Arginine, Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C), Punica Granatum (Pomegranate), Ginseng, and Ginko Biloba. These supplements benefits targeting stress, fatigue, concentration, and stamina.

 

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  1. Im quite aware of the history Greg- having travelled in Tunisia myself, and yes, the French hardly covered themselves in glory over Tunisia recently, as I noted here myself at the time.But Im afraid none of that makes the study unviaresentptere. You’ll note that Morocco and Lebanon were included, which also have direct experience of French colonialism. Its a good sample of the Arab world.

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