How to Rejuvenate Vaginal Tissue
By Hal Blatman MD on Oct 8, 2018 in Blog, General, Health Tips
Various things can affect the health and elasticity of your vagina, including hormones, birth control pills, child birth, age, and more. As a result, intercourse can become painful or not enjoyable. In recent years, surgical methods of vaginal rejuvenation have become popular: “Mommy Makeovers,” that include invasive labiaplasty and vaginal tightening. But these methods of vaginal rejuvenation aren’t actually rejuvenating anything; they’re basically a facelift for between your legs. Fortunately, there are many natural and safe alternatives to restore vaginal tightness and heat up your sex life.
Tighten Your Vagina with Kegel Exercises
Kegel exercises are a form of workout that tightens your pelvic muscle by strengthening it. It’s literally a workout for your vagina. Pelvic muscles are used during intercourse as well as for bladder control. When these muscles are stronger, they’re tighter, and sex is more pleasurable for both you and your partner. Plus, these muscles can help you avoid bladder control problems that are often common in people with weak pelvic floor muscles.
Perhaps the greatest thing about Kegel exercises is that they are discrete and can be completed in just a few minutes. To get started, you’ll need to locate your pelvic floor muscle first. This is the muscle that controls your urinary stream. To locate it, try to “hold” or “stop” your urine midstream. If you’re able to do so, that’s the muscle you need to work out.
Once you’ve recognized where your pelvic muscles are and how to contract them, you can start your workout. To begin a Kegel exercise, you’ll want to contract your pelvic muscle for about 5 seconds and then release for another 5. Try to imagine you’re lifting weights or working out the muscle. All you need to do is a few sets of these every day and you’ll notice results soon.
Once you’ve gotten comfortable with the exercise, you can increase the length of the workout and number of sets. For example, instead of tightening your pelvic muscle for 5 seconds, try 10. And as you improve, try increasing the number of time you perform the exercise in a single day. Over time, you’ll notice your vagina will tighten and intercourse will improve. You can even level up and get Kegel weights for your exercise routine. Not to mention that when it comes to muscles, more activity means more blood flow. And when it comes to your vagina, more blood flow means more sensitivity, more control and more lubrication. It’s vaginal rejuvenation via physical therapy.
Treating the Problem at its Source: Hormones
While Kegel exercises are often effective alone, it can also be beneficial to correct any potential hormone imbalances you may have. For example, if you’re struggling with severe PMS symptoms – or you’ve already had menopause, there’s a good chance that your hormones are imbalanced. Other symptoms of hormone imbalance include mood swings, dry skin, fertility problems, acne, stress, anxiety, depression, and more.
If you’re concerned that hormones are affecting your life, consider seeking out a health and wellness center that can perform comprehensive testing and bring your hormones back into balance. Once hormones are balanced, you can enjoy better vaginal elasticity and lubrication.
TempSure Vitalia for Vaginal Rejuvenation
You can also go see a medical professional for urinary stress incontinence or vaginal rejuvenation treatment that doesn’t include surgical or hormonal interventions. Surgeries come with risks and don’t really treat anything, and some people react adversely to hormone therapies. Everyone’s different. TempSure Vitalia is a version of TempSure Envi that’s designed for hard-to-reach treatment areas like the vagina. This painless, non-invasive treatment is comprised of a probe inserted into the vagina. This probe uses radiofrequencies that stimulate blood flow and encourage the production of new collagen and elastin. It’s truly regenerative vaginal rejuvenation. TempSure Vitalia treatments offer women increased vaginal tightening and sensitivity, labia tightening, better sex, increased vaginal lubrication, and an overall increase in sexual health and well-being.
Main takeaway: just because you don’t want surgery doesn’t mean you have to deal with mediocre sex, and it doesn’t mean you have to deal with the adverse effects age or childbirth can have on your vagina. So do some research, call your local health and wellness center, go see a regenerative medicine doctor and get back to living your best life!