Yoga classes in Enfield is not only for women. Some yoga movements specifically for men can be done to overcome impotence, aka erectile dysfunction. Indeed, a variety of treatment options for impotence are widely available, but your mental and physical health factors are also very important to prevent erectile failure. Well, yoga can be one of the “alternative medicine” to overcome impotence.
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a problem that affects about five percent of men aged 40 years and over. This also affects up to 25 percent of men aged 65 years and over. This problem has increased in recent years. The thing that causes this condition is not just an age factor. Some unhealthy, stressful lifestyles, to addiction to pornography, can also be the cause. So don’t be surprised if erectile dysfunction can occur at any age, even when you are young.
By relaxing the body and making the mind free of stress, yoga helps men overcome impotence, including other problems in the bed such as orgasm, premature ejaculation, even to strengthen the bond with their partner when making love.
– Naukasama, or commonly called a boat pose can help activate sexual hormones in men. This pose is also able to strengthen the thighs and hip muscles that make a man last a long time while doing a hot session in bed. To do this, position your body on the floor with your hands next to your body and feet facing each other. While inhaling, lift your chest and legs with your hands pulled toward your feet. Hold the position for a few seconds, then exhale while returning to the starting position
– Kumbhakasan, or commonly called the plank position is very effective for treating erectile dysfunction. In addition, this pose also adds resilience when carrying out sexual relations with a partner. Beyond that benefit, another advantage is that the upper body becomes even stronger. To do this pose, the starting position starts with face down where your hand is next to your thigh. After that, slowly move your hands forward to the front, while the knees and buttocks are lifted slowly and moved to form a line. This position is done depending on the strength of holding your own body weight. The longer you are able to hold your weight, the better your resistance.