Treat Erectile Dysfunction With These Yoga Poses


Experts now believe that certain yoga poses, if performed precisely, can even treat conditions such as erectile dysfunction. (Image: Shutterstock)

Certain yoga poses are also associated with better ejaculation control in men and better synchronization with their partner, which contributes to sexual well-being.

As yoga gains popularity around the world for its miraculous benefits, experts are bringing even more benefits to the practice of yoga. From curing back pain to improving flexibility and even alleviating arthritis symptoms, yoga has become the cure-all for all kinds of ailments.

Yoga also helps manage stress and maintain overall good mental health. Certain yoga poses are also associated with better ejaculation control in men and better synchronization with their partner, which contributes to sexual well-being.

Experts now believe that certain yoga poses, if performed precisely, can even treat conditions such as erectile dysfunction. Men with erectile dysfunction are unable to maintain an erection and keep it for healthy sex. This is a fairly common problem especially in India and it is not talked about much.

Below are some yoga poses that help strengthen the pelvic floor and in turn achieve a healthy erection.

Naukasana

In this yoga pose, you sit straight on the floor with your knees bent and your feet on the ground while being 1 to 2 feet away from your hips. Now squeeze your hips as you lean back and release the knees to engage the core.

Dandaymana Dhanurasana

Just try doing a mountain pose with your palms facing forward. Now, while lifting your left foot, bring your heel closer to your glutes. Remember to keep your right arm straight.

Bitilasana Marjaryasana

Imitate a cat by getting on all fours and then try to form an arch with your back. Try to feel the stretch in the spine, then push your belly towards the ground in a cow pose.

Salabhasana

In this, you have to engage your core by lying with your face against the floor and slowly lifting your legs and head upwards while feeling the glutes and thighs contract.

Virabhadra Asana

With your right foot forward and left foot back as in the lunges, raise your arms and bring them parallel to each other. Inhale as you lean more into the posture, pressing the tailbone towards the floor.

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