We have to admit that tight vagina is something that a man fancies. The tightness depends on how tone the kegel muscles are. Picture your vagina as a rubber band, the more workout you give it by stretching, the more loose it will get.
There can be several reasons for a woman to have a loose vagina. While some have it as a trait from birth, others tend to develop it after giving birth. However, a loose vagina can potentially lead to lack of interest in bed play and could spoil the intimacy between couples.
A woman’s vagina is said to be loose when either the vaginal walls are not tight enough or when the vaginal opening becomes very large. Common reasons are:
The pleasure associated with motherhood comes at a cost where your vagina could lose its strength and elasticity once the baby is born. During labor, the vaginal and cervical muscles contract and expand repeatedly. This action coupled with the arrival of the baby through the vaginal opening would lead to slackened vaginal muscles.
Frequent Sensual Activity
The vagina contracts and expands every time you have bed play with your partner or self enjoyment. With repeated contractions and expansions, the vaginal walls would tend to slacken and lose their elasticity. Again, too much force applied during penetration could potentially damage the vaginal opening and walls, causing them to lose their grip and elasticity.
How to Deal with It
You do not need any kind of surgical treatment to get your vagina back to form. You can follow some simple, natural and very effective remedies that can tighten the vaginal muscles and reduce the size of the vaginal opening to a great extent.
Kegel exercise on a regular basis is often recommended to women post delivery. The exercise involves contracting the muscles of groin and then relaxing them after 10 seconds. Keep contracting and relaxing the groin muscles for at least 15 times and follow up with 4 sets of the same every day. Alternatively, you can try contracting your groin muscles while you urinate and hold back the urine for about 5 seconds before continuing. Do the same until you finish urinating. Repeat the procedure every time you need to urinate.
In order to strengthen the muscles, you need to provide them proper nutrition to ensure healthy growth and repair. To achieve this aim, your diet should be loaded with organic vegetables and fruits, wholegrain organic carbohydrates and organic lean animal protein, which is an excellent muscle builder.
This exercise requires you to lie down on your back on the floor and raise your legs upwards one after the other. Don’t bend the legs, rather keep them straight as you raise and lower them alternatively. A slight variation to this exercise involves moving your legs laterally as well. Keep the legs straight as you do so. Continue the exercise for about 10 minutes and do the same at least 5 times a day.
Similarly, lay down on your back, with your legs straight. Keep your legs to the ground and move them medially and laterally. Do this for about 5 minutes and repeat the exercise for almost 4 times in a day.
Boil some gooseberries in water and store the resultant solution in a bottle. Apply some over your vagina when you take a bath every day. The solution would restore the elasticity and suppleness of your vagina in no time at all.
Aloe vera strengthens the muscles of vaginal region to prevent vaginal wall prolapse. It is also helpful in preventing vaginal dryness and irritation. In addition to this, aloe vera is used to attain fast relief from the genital problems.
It is a species of flowering plant belonging to the ginger family, and regular intake of this herb can strengthen the vaginal muscles, and it can prevent vaginal wall prolapse. Also, it is beneficial in the treatment of leucorrhea. It can effectively treat vaginal dryness and hot flashes. It helps to reduce muscle camps and pain caused during menstrual period.
Pelvic Floor Strengthening
In yoga science, this exercise is called “mula bandha”. It contracts muscles in the pelvic floor to give them strength and stability. This includes the anus, the perineum found between the genitals and the anus, and the genital muscles. You might need to work with a certified yoga teacher to perform it correctly.
Put your pelvis into a neutral position and pull your lower abdomen in toward your spine. Then, contract the muscles in the pelvic floor, which is the bottom of the pelvis. Women can also insert a finger into the vagina and perform the contracting movement. You will know you are doing it correctly if the muscles tighten around your finger. Tighten the other muscles in the pelvic floor as well, which you can learn in the same way by pressing a finger on the perineum and the anus while contracting. Do this five times, with 15-second breaks in between.
Mula bandha is traditionally practiced while in Adept’s pose, which you perform by sitting in a tight cross-legged position with each foot resting on the opposite inner thigh close to the groin. If that is too difficult, perform it by sitting loosely in a cross-legged position. Once you learn it, you can incorporate this contraction into a variety of yoga poses like Mountain pose, Downward-Facing Dog pose, Seated Forward Fold pose and Warrior II pose.