Ben Wa Balls: What They Are & Why You MUST Use Them
How to Use Kegel Balls (Ben Wa Balls): Preparation, Insertion, Re
Luckily, like strength training with dumbbells, kegel balls can help you get there. ICYDK, kegel exercises involve clenching and releasing your pelvic-floor muscles the ones you squeeze to hold your pee. Those muscles can weaken naturally over time, or after events like childbirth—and can lead to urinary incontinence or peeing yourself. That's why this pelvic-floor strengthening exercise is so crucial, says Christine Greves, MD, a board-certified ob-gyn at the Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies. Also: Kegels may make your orgasms even stronger. Kegel balls—a.
Why Ben Wa Balls Are The Sex Toys You Never Knew You Wanted
Skip navigation! Story from Sex Toys. So how do you actually use these little weighted balls — and why should you? We talked to Madeleine M. Before we begin, Dr.
Kegel balls, or Ben Wa balls, have been used for centuries to strengthen vaginal and pelvic floor muscles. The small, weighted balls come in a variety of different weights and sizes to help you contract and release different muscles with ease. But Kegel balls do more than just whip your pelvic floor into shape. The same goes for using Kegel balls.