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Kegels exercise for vagina tightness
An effective practice to make your vag tighter is by engaging in regular tightening exercises which are commonly known as kegels. The best part about this method is that it can be done anywhere without the world even noticing about it. These exercises target the kegel muscles which supports your pelvic floor and forms the base of the vagina. By performing kegels, you won’t just be strengthening your PC’s, but you would also be strengthening other muscles that are found on the PC floor.
As well as helping to tighten up your loosevagina, Kegels help to prevent conditions such as incontinence which results when the muscles that support the urethra weaken. When doing kegels, you need to first locate which muscles you are targeting. When you have to urinate and you tighten the muscle in to grasp urine, those are the PC muscles. They are the ones you want to work on.
How to perform kegels:
Contract: In order to perform a kegel, slowly tighten your vaginal muscles as hard as you possibly can. Release: Hold your muscles for a couple of seconds, and then relax. Improve: Start slowly and try to build your kegel regime gradually so you don’t harm yourself and so you can slowly build-up the elasticity in due course. Repetitions: Start by doing about 10 per day and then you can get used to 50 or 100 plus. Safety: Ensure that you are performing them appropriately so you can start the tightening procedure.
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