Vaginal Muscle Exercises That Will Keep You Healthy
It should not come as a surprise if some women want to make their vagina tighter for various reasons. Some want more enjoyable intercourse and some have given birth or are suffering from medical conditions triggered by loose vaginal muscles. For whatever reasons, having a tight vagina allows you to have a healthy vagina for years to come. Good news! There are natural vaginal work outs you can do, too!
One of the most effective practices that can make your vagina tighter is commonly known as kegels. This method is the easiest to do because you can do it anywhere – and no one will even know! This exercise targets the kegel muscles which supports the pelvic floor and forms the base of the vagina. By performing this exercise, you won’t just be strengthening your pelvic floor, but the other muscles found in that area as well.
This exercise also helps to prevent conditions such as incontinence which results when the muscles supporting the urethra weaken. When doing the kegel exercise, you need to locate the muscles you are targeting. When you feel the need to urinate and you tighten the muscle in to grasp urine, those are the PC muscles. They are the same muscles you want to work on.
The squat is not as popular as the Kegel exercise – especially when it’s performed in full motion. This movement is associated with our ancestors. The early man used to do all their functions in this position. You might find it hard to believe but squatting is one of the best exercises to tighten the vagina. It is also a great workout for your buttocks, core and legs. If you want to see positive results from doing this exercise, you have to do it on a regular basis rather than once a week for a few hours.
While squats are among the most efficient vaginal muscle exercises, it is still important that you know the proper posture when performing it. If you do not have the proper form, you might have serious injuries. You also have to perform this exercise with extreme caution.
During childbirth, the pelvic floor has to overstretch, during which, the area might weaken. As a result, the muscles in that area do not perform in the correct manner. Thus, you can suffer from stress incontinence and less sensation during intercourse. Sometimes, Kegel exercises and squats might not be enough to tighten the pelvic floor. You may try using vaginal props. The props bulge around the middle area, enabling you to tighten the muscles around your vagina repeatedly. By doing so, this makes your muscles stronger overtime.
For more specific instructions, you may contact Dr. Fay Weisberg. She can definitely help you with your vaginal concerns.