Why Is It So Loose Down There

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By Sasha Johnson Conditions: Women's Vaginal Looseness Causes: aging vagina Age: 36 - 55

Learn how a woman who's tried everything under the sun fears she'll never get to experience the dirty thirty.

Case #: 
957

Concern:

I tried Kegel exercises; they didn’t work. I tried tightening gels; they didn’t work. I even tried tightening machines; and guess what? They didn’t work! As a woman in her 30s, this age is the time for the best sex of my life. I’m an experienced, refined woman looking for the best sex of her life, but my vaginal looseness impedes all hope of this ever happening. What is wrong with me?

Discussion:

As women, we hold our vaginal tightness high on our pride list. Nobody wants to feel like a loose goose that can't have a pleasurable sexual experience because of a lack of friction.
 
Vaginal Frustration
The question is why has your vaginal elasticity gone away this early in the game? And how can you bring back that once snug feeling?
 
Losing The Rubber Band Effect
A woman of any age can lose tightness of the vagina many different ways. If for instance, you've taken a birth control pill for an extended period of time, or you've recently given birth. I mention giving birth for obvious reasons, but many women do not know that a prolonged use of birth control can deplete our bodies of testosterone and other bodily chemicals that our vaginal tissues need to stay healthy.
 
It is true that a woman's thirties are supposed to be her sexual golden years, but that doesn't mean all of our equipment down there will feel the same way. Our thirties are a time where we are at our sexual peak, not necessarily a time when our vagina's are the tightest or the wettest. Age can bring about   considerable drops of vital hormone levels that are imperative to the vagina’s health. 

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Bring Back The Rub
In order to really bring back the kind of tightness you're looking for, you'll have to begin the work from within the body. You'll need a vaginal restorative that will repair the hormonal damage that has caused your vaginal muscles to go slack and will also rejuvenate the tissue. (SEE: Vaginal Restoration Formula for Looseness) The key to a healthy vagina is proper blood flow and a balanced pH level. Herbs and amino acids such as Horny Goat Weed really know how to get that blood pumping in all the right places. 
 
Added Bonus
Once you've begun working internally to restore your vaginal tissue, you can then look outward for that  extra bit of tightness. Kegels are great, only if you have healthy vaginal tissue that is responsive to the exercise. I would also recommend staying away from any gels or machines that claim to tighten the vagina. If you're looking for an intense vaginal work out I would suggest getting a simple pair of Ben WA balls. After you've inserted the balls into your vagina, try standing with your feet shoulder with apart and tightening your vaginal muscles to keep the balls from falling out. If this is your first experience with this sort of exercise, I would suggest not getting any weighted balls. The task at hand will already be hard enough.

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