Your Guide to Vaginal Looseness

Some women experience difficulty achieving sexual satisfaction. The penis size of a partner may be a factor or his inept techniques may too be a problem. But when size and technique are not the issue, vaginal looseness may indeed contribute to the problem.  

Looseness, attributed to hormonal imbalances, can be caused by damage to the skin surrounding the vagina. The skin functions as a neuroendocrine organ—a highway for communication that receives neural input from the brain to release hormones. And because the exterior of the vagina is covered with skin, childbirth, masturbation, excessive intercourse and even surgery can damage this sensitive communication highway. With little hormones to reach the vaginal tissue, the hormones that determine the vaginal tightness become depleted. And when collated with drugs, medication and birth control, the destruction of the vaginal skin’s neuroendocrine function intensifies. 
In a damaged state, the vaginal skin cannot convert DHEA and testosterone into DHT, meanwhile, the body cannot transform omega-3 and -6 into prostaglandin E-1, E-2 and E-3 for growing vagina tissues, blood vessels and nerves essential to the recovery of muscle and skin tightness.

Damage to vagina’s neuroendocrine function can lead to insensitivity or inelasticity. Common causes for vaginal looseness including:

Age—Getting old is a privillage--and an unavoidable one at that. But age can lead to a depletion of common hormones vital to the vagina’s proper health. Women who experience imbalances in DHEA, testosterone, or Omega-3 and Omega-6 may experience loose vaginal skin.
Menopause—As with age, menopause can create an imbalance in hormones essential to the proper development and repair of the vaginal tissues and muscles. With low testosterone levels and high estrogen, women could be battling hot flashes, low sex drive and vaginal looseness.
Vibrators—Mechanical toys can rupture the skin surrounding the vagina, causing scarring. With tissue scared, the body cannot provide skin tissue with sufficient nitric oxide, and prostaglandin E-1 and E-3 essential to the health and tightness of vaginal tissue. Excessive orgasms can cause high levels of oxytocin, prolactin and epinephrine that induce artery constriction; reduce blood circulation to the uterus, cervix and vaginal tissue; and cause a reduction in prostaglandin E-1 synthesis essential for the repair of vaginal tissue and nerves. 
Birth control—While contraceptive pills offers an effective birth control method, prolonged use can cause depletions of testosterone, DHT and prostaglandin E-2, chemicals vital to the health of vaginal tissue.
Surgery—Common hysterectomies can lead to vaginal scaring, permanently damaging the skin’s ability to receive neural input and release hormones.

Childbirth—Birth can be painful. The inordinate stretching of vaginal tissue can cause permanent damage. With the skin damaged, it cannot receive important neural input from the brain to produce hormones for proper tissue repair. Once tissue becomes damaged, the body cannot send the skin signals to recieve essential hormones to keep the tissues tight and elastic.
PMS—Each menstrual cycle creates an improper balance of hormones. Depending on the severity of these imbalances, the body could experience increased vaginal looseness.
Medications—Prolonged use of antibiotics and medications can too lead to hormonal imbalances in the body that produce vaginal looseness.

Hormones at Work
Both prostaglandin E-1 and E-2 work together to maintain vaginal elasticity and tightness. During childbirth, for example, prostaglandin E-2 expands the vaginal and cervical passage for easy childbirth, while prostaglandin E-1 increases the tissue elasticity and flexibility during labor. When hormonal imbalances occur to either, the elasticity and tightness of the tissue and muscles becomes reduced.

Prostaglandin E-1 and nitric oxide released from the corpus cavernosum clitoridis, vestibular bulbs and vaginal and G-spot tissues ensure that vaginal muscles become elastic and tight. Since the vagina, clitoris, and G-spot all contain DHT receptors for engorgement and sensitivity, more testosterone will convert to DHT during sexual intercourse.

Herbal Assistant
Many herbs in VRD Formula II can increase blood flow to the vaginal area. Active ingredients from the herbs can replenish and orchestrate the action of nitric oxide, DHT, and prostaglandin E-1 and E-3.

These active herbal ingredients can fill your clitoral and G-spot tissues with neuro-nutrients and hormonal precursors, while the vaginal tissues can start to see repairs for a tighter feel. Together with the Advanced Aswini Mudra Yoga and Finger Plier Screwing Technique, the formula can rejuvenate the vagina tissue for better lovemaking.

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