Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction – A 2004 article in the British Journal of General Practice showed penis exercises, specifically Kegels, help improve erectile function. During the three-month study, men who performed regular pelvic floor exercises, together with healthy lifestyle changes were able to achieve better erections. Kegels encourage blood flow in the pelvic floor, enabling greater control in maintaining blood in the penis during erections.
Now, you hold firmly the penis head, another hand keeps the remaining hand to make a grip. You can sit on the chair or stand up, it depends on you. Then, you get a firm grip on the head, hold straight, and hold for 30 second. You can pull the penis and stretch it, but you can feel painful when you perform this exercise. You can take a short break between the sets, and you can speed up the process or increase the intensity if you feel better.