So what the heck are vagina muscles anyway? Well the term most used to describe vagina muscles is “pelvic floor”. Your pelvic floor is consisted of a group of muscles that hold your reproductive organs in place.
Your pelvic floor supports your uterus, bladder and bowels. When these muscles begin to weaken, you may encounter things such as not being able to hold your bladder, having less orgasms during sexual intimacy and being less aware of your inner voice.
Your pelvic floor muscles play a huge part in your daily life, although they are not often thought about.
Well it’s not too late to get you thinking about them more often.
Below I have 4 reasons and a short how to of why you should be exercising your vagina muscles.
1. You want to be able to hold your bladder.
Imagine having to use the bathroom and every time you tried to hold your bladder, you accidentally peed yourself? Well this happens to many women unfortunately. It’s called stress or urinary incontinence, when one can not hold their bladder, or if they laugh or cough they trickle a bit. This is a sign of having a weak pelvic floor.
2. You want to tighten HER up.
When I say her, I mean your vagina. If you have ever been pregnant or are currently pregnant then you may know that after giving birth your vaginal muscles may be a little looser than they were before having children. Exercising your pelvic floor before and after pregnancy is a way to tighten her up.
3. You want to have stronger, powerful orgasms.
A tighter vagina is a vagina that is more sensitive to pleasure. If you have been noticing that your pleasure during sex is off, exercising your vagina muscles may help in obtaining those strong, powerful orgasms.
4. You want to be able to listen to your inner voice.
That thing called intuition will start to communicate with you more often once you start exercising your pelvic floor muscles.Why? It’s simple! Because you are taking time to work your vagina, this taps into the unseen aspect of your vagina, which is her energy. Doing these exercises will help you tap into her energy , allowing you to be able to pick up on this energy. So when she is communicating with you via your intuition you will hear the message loud and clear.
A short how to on how to start doing your own vagina exercises otherwise known as kegels is described below:
Find the muscles that aid in your stop and flow of pee. One way to do this is to go to the bathroom and in mid pee hold it for a second, then continue. These are the muscles you are working.
When you find these muscles, hold them for 5 seconds and then release them for 5 seconds. Do about 5 repetitions of this. You can increase the amount of time you hold these muscles with practice. For example, you may want to move up to holding for 10 seconds and then hold for 10 seconds. Never do this with a full bladder or while urinating.
These exercises may be done lying down, standing up, and even on the job.