Are you a tight ass? What does your pelvic floor say about your mental health and well-being?

by ih-mmd ih-mmd
Many aspects of a man’s life history including emotions can affect the pelvic floor muscles long after the event has passed. Elements of stress, anger and fear often translate into muscle tension causing one to become more closed off, less able to feel, and less able to experience pleasure. Men can hold these physical tensions in many places in their bodies creating areas of hypersensitivity. Many men will tighten their pelvic region subconsciously in response to the stress of life. When the stress peaks the discomfort can become more pronounced particularly when the internal environment fight or flight is triggered (fear, anxiety, resentment, anger etc.). These feelings are often not immediately processed or known to the individual, and all they know is they have this vague discomfort below the waist.