When it comes to truly sensational sexan emotional connection with your mate is vital — but sexual fitness counts too. It's not about getting the perfect body though — it's about discovering and toning the little-known muscles that contribute to more intense, enjoyable, even transcendent sex Here are five key pleasure moves to try.
When it comes to the vagina, there are a lot of myths and misconceptions. Some people, for example, believe that vaginas can lose their elasticity and become loose forever. Your vagina is elastic.
I've never been the biggest fan of going to the gym, but I don't need too much convincing to give my vagina a workout. And exercising your vaginal muscles not only leads to better sex but also is fun while you're doing it. Though you may have heard of kegel exercises as the primary way to work out your vagina, there are also a few lesser-known but equally fun-sounding ones.
When you are first married, life is wonderful, sex is easily pleasurable, and your partner is ready and willing to do absolutely anything you request. But as time goes on and the initial spark fades, the intensity, excitement, and willingness to please deteriorates and can be intensified by problems such as a loose vagina. The walls within the vagina are large muscles which expand and contract to allow sex and childbirth to occur. The pelvic floor enables the vagina to spring back into shape after both of these have occurred.
By that, we do not mean only sex! Like every other part of your body, your vagina needs a little workout to stay in shape too. Whether you have just given birth or are planning a pregnancy soon, these exercises will help the vagina to get back into shape faster.
Rejuvenating your vagina is the health buzz of the moment — and now another high tech device has hit the market which manufacturers claim works with zero effort - and could take the tedium out of pelvic floor exercises. The V Sculpt wand, developed in consultation with obstetricians and gynecologists, aims to strengthen bladder muscles, plump up and tighten vaginal tissue and increase natural lubrication. Common triggers include pregnancy, childbirth, obesity and age.
These two sexual health devices claim to tighten your vagina and pelvic floor. That's a good thing, right? I've always felt pretty much fine about my vagina.
Kegel exercises can prevent or control urinary incontinence and other pelvic floor problems. Here's a step-by-step guide to doing Kegel exercises correctly. Kegel exercises strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, which support the uterus, bladder, small intestine and rectum. You can do Kegel exercises, also known as pelvic floor muscle training, just about anytime.
Skip to content. I have given birth to three children. My last child was delivered without an episiotomy.