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How is Hydrotherapy Used to Exercise the Penis?

by Andrew McPherson July 15, 2021

How is Hydrotherapy Used to Exercise the Penis?

One of the most effective ways to gain and maintain an erection, hydrotherapy through vacuum pumps will help 9 out of 10 men who are having difficulty with achieving an erection.

Like other penile pumps, VaxAid can be used in air, but for added convenience, there's another option – in the bath or shower, these pumps can be filled with warm water, giving the user a complete hydrotherapy workout for the penis.

Defining hydrotherapy

Technically, ‘hydrotherapy’ refers to using water as therapy in any form. Water therapy uses either hot or cold water, with the water pressure and flow varying among treatments. The intention is to ease both physical and mental symptoms.

Some hydrotherapy practices are as simple as sitting in a warm bath, which people can do at home. Other practices involve specialist locations or equipment, such as a cold sauna.

Hydrotherapy for the penis involves creating a vacuum around the penis. This vacuum draws blood into the penis, quickly giving the user an erection, with continued use resulting in a harder, long-lasting erection - a completely scientific process. Following the correct use of a vacuum pump, 90% of users experience restored sexual function.

What are the benefits of hydrotherapy for the penis?

Many men are able to regain their sexual ability after using a vacuum pump. Other benefits include:

  • Lower risk of complications
  • Minimal cost after initial purchase
  • Noninvasive treatment
  • Can be combined with ED treatments, such as oral medications

Historically, there have been some drawbacks for vacuum pumps, with many finding the pumps somewhat awkward to use. We’ve designed VaxAid as a direct response to these issues, making the pumps easy to use in both air and water.

Vacuum pumps can be used to help anyone who is suffering from erectile dysfunction symptoms, including poor blood flow into the penis, excess blood flow out of the penis during erection, and damage to nerves that control the erection reflex. Because vacuum pumps are safe to use and have no long-term side effects, they are also sometimes recommended for anxiety-based ED.

To learn more about Vaxaid’s vacuum pump options, visit our shop or our FAQ section.

Andrew McPherson
Andrew McPherson


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