As if you want to hold them and pinch them. You hold this pinch for a few seconds, then release and follow a relaxation of a few seconds. The time for relaxation must be at least equal to the time of the effort. So all you require is 2 seconds of squeezing, then 2 seconds of relaxation. You do this exercise 10 times, take a minute break and do a next set of 10. Then take 2 minutes break and then the last set of 10. You can do these cone exercises 3 or 4 times a year for an optimal result. After a few weeks you will see a huge improvement. Is there any medical reason to use them? According to many mid age women they had a great benefit of using Ben Waa balls.
Kegel exercise 1 with Ben Waa balls
A simple but effective exercise is to squeeze the vagina around the balls, and then raise them further into your vagina with your pelvic floor muscles. Hold this for 3 to 10 seconds, let the ball go back to the low resting position and relax. The time for relaxation must be at least equal to the time of effort, and it is better to even choose a longer relaxation time. You can try this exercise both sitting and standing.
Then repeat the exercise of squeezing, lifting and relaxing. And do this complete exercise 8-12 times. This exercise is best done 3 to 4 days a week. A rest day will help restore your pelvic floor muscles and maximize the effectiveness of your next workout.
You can gradually increase the heaviness of your cone as the pelvic floor muscles become stronger. And you can slowly increase the time of tightening (and relaxation) from 3 to 10 seconds. This will help you gradually challenge the pelvic floor muscles to work harder and become more powerful.
Kegel exercise 2 with Ben Waa balls
Sit on the edge of your bed or chair and insert the balls. Tighten your pelvic floor muscle and then try to gently pull out the balls. As you carefully pull the string, you tighten your pelvic floor muscles. Do this for 5 seconds. Then relax for 5 seconds. Repeat this 10 times. Give yourself a minute’s break before you start the second set. Take a 2 minute break after the second set and last set. If you do 3 or 4 times a week and you notice that this becomes too easy you can increase the number of sets from 10 to 15. You can also increase the time slowly from 5 to 10 seconds.
You can strengthen your pelvic floor muscles and improve sexual function by following these exercises using kegel balls.
Are the balls sliding right away?
You may experience that the balls tend to slip out after only a few minutes. If this happens, do not worry, and just continue with your program. Eventually your muscles become stronger, and they will automatically keep the balls in place. Do not give up too quickly. The beginning can be difficult.
Wondering how the balls will come out again?
No worries. The Ben Waa balls without string or string are quite heavy and fall out of it, as it were. By tightening your pelvic floor muscles, they stay in place. So if you stop tensing, they will slip out of it automatically. If that does not work immediately, then a little pressing can help.
How do I clean my balls?
Vaginal balls should be cleaned well before and after use with mild soap and warm water. Then let them dry up. You can of course also clean them with a toy cleaner. All the Ben Waa balls that we sell are made of non-porous material and can therefore be thoroughly cleaned. This is important for giving bacteria and fungi no chance and preventing vaginal infections. 100% silicone balls can also be cooked for 3 minutes to sterilize them.
Life-long strong pelvic floor muscles
If you have got your pelvic floor muscles in good shape again through training, you naturally want to keep it that way. By regularly using the cone balls you keep your pelvic floor muscles strong, you avoid annoying symptoms and it helps you to enjoy a lifetime of sex.
Is there scientific evidence that the use of cone balls is good?
There is not much scientific research to be found on the effectiveness of Ben Waa balls, but we have found something that supports the use of vaginal balls.
The scientific research into vaginal balls and concluded that despite a number of practical and theoretical concerns, there is adequate clinical evidence supporting the use of vaginal balls in certain groups. Vaginal balls can be an effective workout for women who have a mild to moderate form of stress incontinence. Vaginal weights seem to increase the effect of pelvic floor muscle exercises.