The sphincter is the ring of muscles in your anus and lower rectum. It controls the opening and closing of the anus to enable the passage of stool. The inability to relax the sphincter muscles can cause discomfort and even constipation. Methods that enable the relaxing of these muscles for relief include mental focusing techniques to enable physical relaxation, utilization of medicines, a process known as biofeedback, electro-acupuncture and even sphincterotomy, a surgical procedure. Try to focus all of your attention on your anus.
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How to Relax the Sphincter Muscle
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Most who try anal have no information to guide them towards a pleasurable experience. Here is a list of important things to keep in mind if you want it to be enjoyable, repeatable, and something you and your partner will EVER want to do again! The outer sphincter is a voluntary muscle, so with practice it can be relaxed at will. This can take up to twenty minutes for a beginner.
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I have been suffering from anal stenosis for the last few years. Basically, this is a problem of the internal sphincter, which does not relax. This has the effect of an increased sphincter muscle tone, which does not allow the anus to expand properly. As you can imagine, it is not a very pleasant feeling….
Your sphincter muscles are located around your anus and are vitally important to the defecation process. Luckily, there are several techniques you can use to help relax your sphincter. If you need to relax your sphincter muscle during a bowel movement, use simple techniques, like deep breathing, which will help you relax your muscles. To practice deep breathing, try inhaling deeply to a count of 4, then exhaling slowly for another count of 4.