Tips on Making Your Vagina Tighter and Stronger

Christina Dodd 

It is an unfortunate part of the aging process, as you grow older certain muscle groups in your body can begin to weaken and become looser. One of the main worries for a woman is the loosening of her vagina. It can affect both her sexual and emotional health, causing feelings of insecurity and depression. While there are painful procedures that can help to tighten and strengthen your vagina, there are also natural ways as well. There are several different types of vaginal exercises that were designed to both tighten and strengthen the pelvic muscles. These exercises are easy to do, and the Kegel exercises can even be done while you are standing in line. With just a few minutes each day, you can begin to tighten and strengthen your vagina.

The Best Exercises to Tighten Your Vagina

Vagina Tighter and Stronger

There are a few different exercises that women can do to tighten their vaginas, but the most popular one is the Kegel exercises. The pelvic floor exercises can be done anywhere. They are easy and discreet, and can dramatically tighten your vagina. While in the privacy of your home, lay down on your back while drawing your legs up towards your chin. With your legs bent, tightly squeeze your pelvic muscles. In the beginning only hold the muscles contracted for a few seconds, but eventually work up to longer lengths of time. If you are unsure what it feels like to contract your pelvic muscles, simply try to cut off your urine stream the next time you have to relieve yourself. You should feel a tightening in your lower pelvic region. You will know if you are contracting the right muscles if the flow of urine is suddenly cut off. While these exercises can be done while you are lying down, they can also be easily done while you are standing in line or even at work.

Other exercises can include inserting Ben-Wa Balls into your vagina and contacting the pelvic muscles, with Kegel exercises. Also referred to as Geisha Balls, these small weighted objects can make a noticeable difference in tightening your vagina. Certain Yoga exercises can also help to strengthen and tighten a vagina. Two of these positions include the Bridge and Child’s Pose. A pelvic exerciser can also be used together with Kegel exercises. This vaginal strengthening tool works in the same way as the Geisha Balls, except that it also provides vibrations that are designed to tighten as the muscles contract.

Tightening and Strengthening Your Vagina

Vaginal exercises like Kegels can help to improve a woman’s sex life, and it can also help to treat and prevent certain medical conditions such as uterine prolapse or incontinence. Uterine prolapse occurs when the pelvic muscles weaken enough for the uterus to begin sliding down into the vaginal region. If it is left untreated, chronic pain and other symptoms can develop. Vaginal exercises can help to prevent the muscles from deteriorating and help to hold the uterus and other female organs in place.

Strengthening exercises can also help to prevent and treat urinary incontinence. This occurs when the pelvic muscles can no longer prevent the urethra from leaking. Coughing, sneezing and laughing can all cause embarrassing leaks.

Improve Sexual Intercourse

Kegel exercises and other vaginal strengthening exercises can also help to increase the intensity of an orgasm. Tighter muscles also mean more control, giving you the ability to give your partner more pleasure during sexual intercourse. By tightening your vaginal muscles around his penis, it is possible to make his orgasms more intense and pleasurable. Experiencing an orgasm is also one of the best ways to continue to make your vagina tighter and stronger. Like any other muscle group, the more it is used the stronger it is.

While it is normal for a woman’s vagina to become looser and weaker as she grows older, there are exercises that can help to keep it strong and tighter. One of the easiest and most effective exercises are the Kegels. Not only can they help to improve a woman’s sexual life, they can also help to treat certain conditions such as incontinence and prevent urinary prolapse. Just like you’re routinely exercise all off the other muscles in your body, it is also important to exercise the muscles in and around your vagina.