One of the concerns of women after delivery is vaginal tightening. The women note that the vagina has an elasticity and this is a permanent feature that never completely disappears, but unfortunately there are some factors that reduce the vaginal elasticity. Factors like normal delivery, age and obesity. Here are some helpful sports and medical techniques for women with vaginal dyspnea. Vaginal tightening with three simple exercises:
Kegels are probably the best known vaginal exercise. They’re great because no one will ever know you’re doing them (you’ll see why in a minute). Kegels target the pelvic floor muscles that form the base of the vagina. They can help with incontinence, which occurs when the muscles that support the urethra start to weaken. This exercise is surprisingly easy to perform and it’s really effective at tightening the vagina.
Start by contracting your vaginal muscles as hard as you can – as if you were trying to stop yourself from peeing. Hold the contraction for ten seconds. Release and repeat ten times. Start with ten repetitions, and then work your way up to 50 or 100. Go slowly. There’s no need to rush to get to 100. The key thing here is to move up gradually and safely.
Yoga: is a natural strengthener of pelvic floor muscles. That’s why teachers are constantly telling you to firm your pelvic floor muscles. As you move from one position to the next, you’ll need to contract and release these muscles.
Several yoga poses can help strengthen your vaginal muscles, including:
Yogic Squat: Stand with your feet mat-width apart and pointed slightly outward (toes off the mat, heels on it). Bend your knees and slowly lower into a squat. Separate your thighs to be slightly wider than your torso. Press your elbows against your inner thighs, and bring your palms together in front of your chest. Pull your tailbone toward the floor and lengthen your spine. Lift the crown of your head up toward the ceiling. Hold the pose for one minute, breathing deeply. Malasana helps lengthen the pelvic floor while stretching tight hips.
Legs Up the Wall: This is a calming pose that’s great for relaxing your pelvic muscles. Sit on the floor. Swing your legs up against the wall. Lower your back and head to the floor. Keep your legs straight and up against the wall. Keep your hands out to your sides, palms facing up. Take a deep breath and close your eyes. Hold the pose for one minute.
Squats can do more than just give you a nice booty and thighs – they can also help you tighten your vaginal muscles. This is a compound exercise that works both the glutes and the core, a strong core also means a stronger pelvic floor. When you engage these muscles as you perform the exercise, it works as a type of Kegel. Stand with your feet a little wider than shoulder-width apart. Lower yourself down until your thighs are parallel to the floor. Stand back up, putting your weight into your heels. Some experts recommend doing squats against the wall and holding for at least ten seconds to engage the pelvic floor muscles.
If you do not achieve your desired result by doing these exercises or if you do not have the conditions for exercising, you can use the Mona Lisa Laser method. In this method, using laser energy, muscles and vaginal tissue can be restored. The result of the treatment using MonaLisa laser lasts a few days after the first session.