If you really want a good sex life, I would suggest that you do vaginal exercises regularly whether you are married, have given birth or not and regardless of your age. There are several benefits for a woman to exercise her vagina.
Exercising the vagina will :-
To improve vaginal strength and vaginal tightening you have to exercise the pelvic floor muscles regularly.
The pelvic floor refers to a network of muscles, ligaments and tissues that form the foundation to support the organs of the pelvis which are the uterus, vagina, urethra and rectum. Weak pelvic floor muscles are the main cause of vaginal looseness.
The pelvic floor muscles can be strengthened by the following methods:-
Learn how to do kegel exercises to strengthen the muscles located in the pelvic floor. Your kegel muscles becomes stronger and more elastic when you do this exercise correctly and regularly.
You will experience more intense sexual pleasure when your pelvic floor muscles are strengthened. Kegel exercises is also a prevention against urine leakage as they tone the bladder muscles. You can do the Kegel anywhere, anytime without anyone noticing.
To make it easier to locate and isolate the right muscles you can purchase vaginal exercisers such as vaginal weights, Kegelmaster and Ben Wa Balls. These vaginal exercisers provide resistance, thereby effectively enhancing your kegels, thus enabling you to feel results faster.
For women who have very weak or damaged pelvic floor muscles, your gynecologist might recommend electrical stimulation as a way to exercise the vagina. In this type of vaginal exercise, a probe that generates electric current is placed inside the vagina.
Electrical stimulation is performed every one to four days and last about 20 minutes per session. Treatment can last for a few weeks or longer depending on the condition of the muscles. The electric current stimulates the muscles of the pelvic floor, causing them to contract and relax so that they can become stronger.
Squat for the legs, arms and pelvic floor muscles
This exercise is from an article written by Dr. Amir Farid Ishak
I find that this exercise is effective in strengthening the pelvic floor muscles. Consistently doing it will help prevent stress incontinence and vaginal prolapse in women and piles in both sexes.
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