Is loose vagina bothering you? Here's how to make it tight again
Lose vagina might be bothering you for numerous reasons. You might feel unhappy with the visual appearance of your private area. More importantly, having a loose vagina can interfere with your sexual pleasure, limiting your ability to fully enjoy intimacy with your partner. Before looking into ways how to get your vagina tight, let's explains what happens when your vagina becomes loose and what can you do to slow down/prevent it's weakening.
Why is your vagina loose and how to prevent it
When your vagina is no longer as tight as you want it to be, it most often happens due to the weakening of the pelvic floor muscles. Once your pelvic floor muscles weaken, so do your vaginal wall muscles. In addition, the weakening of the muscles in your lower pelvis can also lead to a looser appearance of the skin in your vaginal area. Though the damage has probably been done, there are a number of things you can do to prevent worsening of the situation in your intimate area:
-Stay active. Moving around helps strengthen your pelvic muscles. Opposite, a sedentary lifestyle with low activity will cause further weakening of the entire region.
-Stretch. Staying stretched and flexible with simple daily exercises keeps your blood flow in check.It also gently stimulates the muscles in your pelvic area, preventing them from weakening.
-Pay attention to diet and hydration. The same factors that impact the muscle tone and tightness of the skin on the rest of the body affect your intimate area as well. To keep all of your muscles toned, turn to a protein-rich diet and make sure you're well hydrated.
How to get your vagina tight
Aside from timely precautions, there are ways for you to get your vagina back in shape if your vaginal walls have already weakened. Here are some of them:
Kegel exercise is simple, easy, and fast. You can do them from your home, whenever you can spare a couple of extra minutes. Kegel exercise will also help tighten your stomach and help with back pain. Kegel is the most popular method for women to recover their strength and flexibility after giving birth because it's known to help support the vitality of the entire body. Daily Kegel exercises will strengthen your pelvic floor muscles as well as your vaginal wall.
Aloe vera, witch hazel, gooseberry, Curcuma comosa, black cohosh, and many other herbs, are known to help tighten the vagina. The herbs mainly help to tighten the skin, but they can't do very much to tighten your vaginal muscles. The easiest way to use the herb remedies to tighten your vagina is to create a water extract. Simply put, you need to soak the herbs in water, and apply the concoction onto your vaginal area. Keep in mind that not all of the herbs will be equally effective for every woman, so be patient until you discover your best option.
If your vaginal walls or skin are so weakened that they are compromising your quality of life, you can always turn to surgery. Vaginoplasty will recover the tightness of your vagina, but it is a costlier option. If the condition of your vagina is medically concerning, your doctor might order treatment for you. This might either reduce or eliminate the costs, depending on your country/region.
Your vagina's natural tightness might weaken for several reasons. Age and giving birth are the only medically confirmed causes of a weakened vagina, but there are serious indications that fluctuating weight and loss of the overall muscle tone due to low activity can have something to do with the vaginal tightness as well. Make sure to stay active and healthy to keep your vagina in shape, and don't hesitate to solve the problem surgically if you feel like it's the ultimate solution.