Women today may be too busy with work that sometimes they forget to take care of their sexual health. What most women do not realize is that taking care of your sexual health is necessary to have a happier, healthier and more satisfied with your sex life. It’s not just the physical health that affects your over all well-being, your sexual health affects it as well. Here are easy steps to take care of your intimate health.
Sex might not be the most important part of a relationship but it sure holds it together like glue! It should be done with consent, love and of course, no one should be in pain while in the act of love making. You have to keep in mind that intercourse should NEVER be painful. What exactly causes painful intercourse and can you avoid it?
Feeling dry and itchy down there? You might be suffering from vaginal dryness. Imagine going down a water slide with no water, it will definitely hurt and burn! That’s the same thing that will happen down there during sex without lubrication.It’s extremely common and nothing to be embarrassed about. So what exactly is vaginal dryness and can you naturally cure it?
As a woman, you must have heard this before “do your kegels!” Kegel exercises help strengthen your pelvic muscles. Now comes the vaginal weights that claim to help tighten things down there. But do you really need vaginal weights and how necessary are they?
Doing kegel exercise may seem too tedious and just too much work. You might think that you are still too young or that you don’t it yet, well, we hate to break it to you but ALL women need kegel in their lives. Kegel exercises will keep your pelvic muscles strong and healthy.
Yeast infections may not be life threatening, but they sure as hell uncomfortable and inconvenient. No one wants to scratch their burning crotch whenever no one’s looking! What most women don’t know is that there are some things or practices that you thought are normal or safe, but could cause yeast infections.
Going to your gynecologist is one of those things that are embarrassing but has to be done. Best advice is that next time you visit your doctor, make use of every second of your visit, after all, every second of her time is costing you money! Your gynecologist is the best source of information when it comes to your sexual health, so don’t be shy to ask her things that regarding your hooha for a better sexual health.
As women, we have have heard it from almost everyone before: DO YOUR KEGELS! Most women run to the aid of kegel exercises to recover after giving birth and strengthen and tighten things down there. The big question is – are you doing kegel wrong?
Exercising is the most effective way to lose weight, stay healthy and keep your heart strong. What most women do not realize is that too much exercise or even a wrong execution of an exercise could damage your pelvic floor muscles that could lead to vaginal loosening and urinary incontinence. So is there a way to protect your pelvic floor muscles during exercise?