Today, we are going to discuss and share one of the popular women’s health and fitness issue that is not openly talked or written about. This is a sensitive topic, which is related to strengthening women vaginal muscles. Many fitness instructors, personal trainers, and yoga instructors do not touch on this topic at all, however, just like the other parts of the body, vaginal wall muscles need to be kept strong for a healthy sex life and for other health care prevention issues such as bladder control.
Over time, vaginal muscles get weaker for a few reasons. One reason is childbirth. During childbirth the vaginal walls get stretched. Another reason is the general aging of the muscles. Finally poor nutrition and menopause can also decrease the vitality and strength of that area. In order to work on vaginal tightening, it is important to consider three things: Kegel exercises, pelvic floor and core muscle exercises, and herbal supplement options. Kegel exercises are a set of exercises that are recommended highly by sex therapists. They involve tightening vaginal muscles while urinating to interrupt the flow. These same Kegel exercises can also be done without urinating but the sensations of squeezing the muscles in that area and having an awareness of the muscles in that area are the same.
Kegel exercises have been proven to be effective in tightening vaginal muscles by strengthening muscles surrounding the vagina. The second recommendation is by working on specific pelvic floor and lower abdominal exercises. Yoga poses such as the child’s pose and the bridge pose can strengthen the pelvic floor, while using the therapy ball can work on strengthening the core.
Finally, Manjakani is a herb found in the market that has been touted to be very beneficial for vaginal tightening. Manjakani is a natural herb that comes from oak trees in Asia. Manjakani has been used for centuries in traditional times for women struggling after childbirth with tightening her vaginal muscles. Mankani is harvested when oak tree leaves are stung by wasps. This causes a chemical to be released by the plant that causes the leaves to create a hard ball which is named the oak gall. The oak gall itself will then contain gallic acid, tannin, and ellagic acid. These acids have properties that are antimicrobial. The oak gall will also have Calcium, Vitamin C, Vitamin A, and protein and is used for healing of the womb, uterus and vaginal wall after child-birth. Traditional cultures in Malaysia, China, and old Persia have been using this herb for a long time.
The results are: healing the vagina after childbirth, increased neural/sensual sensitivity in the vaginal area even after childbirth or the effects of aging, restoring elasticity of the area, preventing vaginal prolapse, preventing bladder control issues, and increasing vitality and confidence in women. This herb is typically served in a tea, as a powder, or as a herbal extract. One other form is in a topical cream. Overall, a combination of Kegel exercises, Manjakani, and pelvic floor exercises can help to keep women feeling fit, vital, sensual, healthy, vibrant, and confident! For those who interested to hear some real testimonial for the benefits of this, please check out this YouTube video.
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