Loosening of the vagina is a concern for many women all over the world. It is something that many suffer with in silence as they are possibly too embarrassed to seek help or are of the belief that it’s an affliction that they have to accept. Fortunately acceptance isn’t the only option. There are in fact many ways that it can be helped, some not involving surgery or even a doctor’s visit. Issues like this can be upsetting for a woman (and of course for her partner). It is really important that women talk about this if it is causing them concern or discomfort as hiding or concealing it will not improve the situation. By not facing up to it and trying to find a solution, a woman’s self esteem can be badly damaged which of course can have a knock on impact on their daily lives.
This infographic from the guys over at Carvaka aims to explain the background to how some women have a loosened vagina; it examines the possible consequences of this issue; it highlights the ways that it can be treated and it also indicates some useful exercises which can also help matters. With any medical issue, it’s always best to seek your doctor’s assistance but certainly arming yourself with knowledge is important too so check it out below!
7 Simple Tips for You to Treat Bacterial Vaginosis Effectively
Vagina has always been a sensitive and troublesome area for women because a lot of things can go wrong easily and threaten the quality of their sex life as well as the well-being of their happiness. The most common vaginal infection is bacterial vaginosis which is backed up by the fact that 75% women at the age of 15-44 has it at least once in their lifetime.
Bacterial vaginosis happens when harmful bacteria in the vagina outnumbers good ones and gets out of control. It’s a mild infection and in some cases, it disappears on its own without any touch of medicines. But if you find the symptoms, including vaginal discharge, itching, burning sensation when urinating or foul smell, high chance you might get bacterial vaginosis. It’s not hard to combat this conditions, but if you hesitate to get treatment, you will put your health at risk of getting STDs and other severe infections.
It is recommended by many gynecologists to support the treatment of bacterial vaginosis with yogurt. Lactobacillus acidophilus – a good type of bacteria in yogurt holds the power to reestablish the pH level in the vagina. One cup of yogurt in your daily diet also gives your immune system a happy boost, which helps our body fight against bacteria more effectively.
Tea Tree Oil
The powerful antifungal and antibacterial properties make tea tree oil a hero when treating with bacterial vaginosis. It is very effective in killing harmful bacteria and alleviating the symptoms. The strong exotic odor also outweighs the foul smell caused by bacterial vaginosis, making you feel less concerned with the odor of the sensitive area.
How to use:
Mix a few drops of tea tree oil in purified water and clean your vagina daily.
Another option is to soak in a tub of warm water with a few drops of tea tree oil for 30 minutes.
Fenugreek is long known to be able to balance the pH level in the vagina as well as the level of hormone in the body. Fenugreek also regulates the menstrual cycle which plays a big role in the natural healing of the vagina. Fenugreek should be consume orally only.
You can add a tablespoon of fenugreek powder to your cup of yogurt. The effect will be doubled.
Or follow many others people who soak the seeds in water and drink the water in the morning before having breakfast.
Coconut oil again proves its irreplaceable status in home remedies. It is packed with antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties which are very beneficial in treating bacterial vaginosis if you apply it in the right way.
How to use:
Drop coconut oil on a tampon and insert it into your vagina for two hours, rinse well with clean water and pat dry with a towel.
Include coconut oil in daily cooking to improve your immune system
This versatile solution can be used to treat bacterial vaginosis effectively. 3% hydrogen peroxide can disinfect and control the development of harmful bacteria. It also helps relieve itchiness and pain caused by bacterial vaginosis.
How to use:
Make a solution from water and 3% hydrogen peroxide in the ratio 1:1
Cleanse your vagina with this solution 1 or 2 times a day. Remember to gently dry the area with a clean towel.
Good Vaginal Hygiene
It sounds obvious, but it would be a mistake if we rule this out from the list. A good vaginal hygiene plays an important role in control the growth of harmful bacteria. If you don’t keep the area dry and clean, you can turn this area into a favorable nest for harmful bacteria to flourish.
It is also ideal if you can avoid intercourse until the doctor says your vagina are free from bacterial vaginosis to because those activities can bring harmful bacteria deeper in the vagina or transmit to your sex partner.
Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar again can amaze us by its ability to treat bacterial vaginosis. Its natural acidic compound restores the pH balance in the vagina and makes it an inhabitable environment for harmful bacteria.
How to apply:
Prepare a warm tub of water that is added 3 cups of apple cider vinegar; soak yourself in the tub for 15 minutes.
Another good option is to simply wash your vagina with a mixture of ½ cup of apple cider vinegar and water. You will see improvement in no time.
Author’s bio: This article is written by Rose Emma – Senior Editor of Authority Remedies. She works as a health care expert in the field of Nutrition and Health for over 2 years after trained in Food and Nutrition Dietetics at Bluffton University. With all the experience she accumulates since college, she provides people with useful information about nutrition as well as helps them with their common health problems.
When it comes to pleasing a man in other ways than through his stomach, there are many adults who find this task daunting and overwhelming. Some who don’t like to do it, while others don’t feel they know how to do it properly. If you are one of the latter, here are some basic tips on how to perform pleasure on a man, alleviating any self-confidence issues or embarrassment you may have.
TipsfromTia.com still suggest practicing safe sex in every situation. Using flavored condoms is a safe and fun way to get the job done. A sexual expert once said, “If you’re doing it right, a man will forget he even has a condom on.”
A recent debate ignites over the topic of is there a difference between Friends with Benefits (FWB) and a Booty Call? It appears that it can be taken subjectively by some individuals, but the truth is for most people there is a significant difference.
After tallying a poll between men and women, over a twenty year-old age gap, I found more men than women didn’t really see a difference until being provided with the definition for each. More women than men on the other hand, clearly knew the difference without further explanation.
I found the biggest difference between FWB and a Booty call is being ‘friends’. In today’s world, random sexual encounters are readily available through hookup sites, but to maintain a FWB relationship, one must actually, in fact, have a mutually respectedrelationship of some form; usually in the form of friends.
So, what’s the point of being FWB and not just dive into a respectful committed relationship? The only reason that seemed to hold any merit is because sex is a mature decision that should always be safe and made with a clear conscience, but nobody wants to get emotionally hurt, right? FWB is a way for some individuals to have mature companionship without a full-blown commitment. Does it make sense? Sure, if you want something steady without feeling locked-down. Unlike random hookups, FWB isn’t a lack of feelings; it actually appears to put feelings and a specific relationship into a different box than the stereotypical caring relationship.
Booty calls and hookups are designed to intentionally disconnect any kind of emotional feelings to where one is able to only partake in a specific physical act. How many times have you said or heard someone say they have trouble committing? Here’s the ironic part, one must understand sex in itself is a commitment. There is no do-over’s or denial that it happened when it’s finished. It’s a commitment to your partner and to yourself that you have weighed the pros and cons of this physical activity to the fullest and you and both parties are willing to move forth with the act.
So, why does it seem that men are having trouble with the concept of FWB when they (probably) created it? Well, FWB seems to be falling into a grey area since apps have made it easy (and confusing to the ego) to find someone local looking for a casual night. On the other hand, women are more accepting of being FWB, nowadays, since the process of courting or dating is almost non-existent with an extreme all or nothing policy being presented on any given dating site. It’s been mentioned to me that women have found FWB to be an outlet without allowing society pressures to force a decision on ‘is this guy the one or not? ’ or dating sites wanting to know if you’re ready for a marriage or a fling.
It’s important to understand that psychological and physical health that can be impeded by a life full of a plethora of random encounters, but I get it, not everyone is ready to settle down with the first face they find attractive. Without judgment, I say to each their own- in their own time, but when you are about to engage into any sexual experience, I recommend communicating with your potential partner to be certain which kind of relationship you are getting involved with before you commit in the act of sex, and then come to find out you and your partner are not on the same page. I also believe falling into bed too soon can turn a ‘friend’ into a Booty Call, instantly, if the friendship’s foundation hasn’t had proper time to solidify. (We’ve all heard, at one point in time, from a girlfriend about that guy that was so amazing and funny before they had sex and now she suffers from confusion over his disconnection.)
As a Sexual Heath Tips provider and promoter of safe sex, I will not preach against anyone’s protected sexcapades, but for one to believe sex has the ability to lack any feeling, emotionally, baffles me personally since a human being must use every single muscle group to partake in the act. Those muscles include the brain and the heart. Science has shown the ‘healthiest sex’ is the monogamous kind when it comes to overall physical and emotional health while having the ultimate power to strengthen overall brain function.
So, to wrap this up, (no pun intended)… Is there a difference between FWB and a Booty call? Yes. And it is up to you, the Mature, that feel you are grown up enough to have a physical partner, to decipher which experience you want to commit to. As Evan Marc Katz said, “Men look for sex and find love. Women look for love and find sex.” Although sex feels good, when you find that one partner that is everything you could never imagine existing in one person…well …that feels amazing.
Liam McRae from ‘Ask the Naturals’ is what some may call a professional dating guru or pickup artist. But ‘The Naturals’ and Liam prefer the title, Social Freedom Coach.
Liam’s style is mature in the world of casual sex. Although I speak of monogamy in relationships, Liam tells stories of the infamous One Night Stand.
Either way, Liam and I could both agree on Sexual Health and it’s importance physically and mentally. This video is a great insight for men to see the reasons they may not think of when it comes to a woman’s indecision about being physical, although she may be attracted to you. Safety and comfort is her number one priority.
Let’s Review, O Wow: Discovering Your Ultimate Orgasm.
The latest book from author and Sex Expert, Jenny Block.
They say every time and place has a purpose. I always look for the learning experience in something new or learning about other people and how they live. Not only does it help me in my life, but it also can help me understand what’s truly important to my readers. Yet while on holiday, I never expected I was about to start learning something that can benefit all sexually mature women, no matter if you are straight, gay, attached, or solo.
As I sat at the bar of a restaurant on a Sunday afternoon waiting, frustrated on a man, I befriend two women who turn out to be nationally known chefs, Jeana Johnson and Colleen O’Hare who own the Dallas hotspot, Mot Ha Bai. As Jeana and I discussed the decadent cheeses of Vermont and the pairing of wines, soccer played on the big screen. Jeana informed me because I am writer that I must become friends with one of her dearest friends, Jenny Block. Within one message to Jenny, we became social media friends, instantly.
Upon my returning from holiday, Jenny Block and I had time to discover more about each others writing background. I was impressed to hear about her credentials in print and on T.V. But not only that, Jenny Block is known as a Sex Expert. When Jenny told me she was getting ready to release her new book and sent me a copy, I knew this would be something for my female readers.
Some women out there would claim it’s as mystical as a unicorn, but according to daring author, Jenny Block and her latest book, “O Wow: Discovering Your Ultimate Orgasm” it’s not only possible, but practically a guarantee to happen if you follow these proven instructions.
With “O Wow…” Jenny valiantly shares her own experiences with both men and women. The once married to a man, woman, now considers herself a lesbian. But, this book isn’t about sexual orientation, it’s about the pleasure a woman needs and deserves, and how to achieve it. Jenny’s personal, sexual journey has led her to be able to share her knowledge with all women (and those men whom are looking for the tips on giving the best pleasure to their woman). Jenny says the secret is in, how I like to remember them, the four P’s. Here’s a hint, Patience is the first one.
Having SAFE sex is strongly important with any sexual activity, and Jenny tells us how condoms won’t impede on either women’s or men’s pleasure when approaching sex with the proper methods. Boldly, Jenny tackles talking about every place on the body with nerve endings that could possibly be the ticket to someone’s personal ultimate. She acknowledges that some techniques may not be for everybody, but the point is for her readers to achieve their own personal ultimate orgasm without embarrassment. My favorite thing that Jenny has shared in this book is the fact that now she is in a loving, monogamous relationship, and this, she believes was one of the key points to her finally discovering the ultimate orgasm.
Check out www.thejennyblock.com for more from Jenny and the latest on book tours.
Pick up your copy of “O Wow: The Ultimate Orgasm” on Amazon Today!
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