Women have been seeking out that miracle cure for a tighter v’agina for millennia.
That’s because developing a looser, less elastic Mount Pleasant over time is simply a fact of life. Events such as childbirth, surgery, loss of skin elasticity and less muscle tone over time can all lead to a less-than-ideal situation down below. It’s not a cause for concern. But if you could do something about it easily and naturally, why wouldn’t you?
That’s exactly how millions of women around the world feel. They’re going well out of their way to find that natural remedy that can finally get their v’agina looking and feeling like it did in their younger years. But with so much anecdotal hearsay and so little scientific evidence to back up all the claims floating around on the net, how are you to know whether a certain remedy won’t do more harm than good?
Apple cider vinegar appears to be one of those natural remedies that has been touted as an effective treatment for “loose” v’aginas. But is there any truth to the claims? Let’s find out.
Can apple cider vinegar tighten and tone?
Let’s look at this logically, shall we? Apple cider vinegar has a wide range of proven uses when it comes to health. These include aiding in digestion, alkalizing the body and dispelling infection both inside and out. I drink raw apple cider vinegar on a regular basis to boost my gut microbiome. I also sprinkle it on my salads to increase their nutrient bioavailability. Additionally, I use it as a natural hair conditioner. But if there’s one thing I’m not going to do, it’s rub it all over my lady parts!
If you’ve ever tasted apple cider vinegar, you will have noticed how intense it is. Did it burn your throat a little as you swallowed it? That’s on account of its high rate of acidity. That’s one of the components of apple cider vinegar (ACV) that makes it so sought after in health circles. Imagine applying that same acidic liquid to your genitals… it would sting like heck! Regular application of ACV to your v’agina could actually damage the skin. It could also desensitize the area over time, making your situation worse.
Is there scientific research to back up the claim?
Here’s what the scientific community has to say about ACV in relation to vaginal tightening: nothing. After an extensive search of multiple literary search engines, I couldn’t find a single scientific mention of ACV with regards to the female genitalia. So all these claims are just pure speculation, then.
Finally, when you actually think hard about it, the claims that a vinegar or even a natural topical application of any sort would tighten the skin and muscle of your v’agina doesn’t make any sense whatsoever. ACV cannot physically tighten any part of your body, including your v’agina. The fact that no-one has bothered to perform any kind of clinical study to verify these claims merely reinforces the conclusion that there’s no truth to the rumors.
But before you despair and start preparing to fork out thousands of dollars for highly invasive, high-risk v’aginal rejuvenation surgery, you should know that there are other, natural ways to resolve your problem. One of these solutions involves something called Kegels.
How Kegels can help tone and tighten your v’agina
The tightening approach most often recommended by sex therapists is Kegel exercises. Kegels, so named after the doctor who popularized them, are achieved by contracting the muscles used to interrupt urine flow, or to squeeze out those last few drops.
Unlike ACV, Kegels have been extensively studied and accepted by the scientific community. Not only have these exercises been successfully used to rehabilitate painful or non-performing v’aginas, they have also been used to improve pelvic muscles both before and after childbirth and reduce urinary incontinence.
Researchers have found that Kegels tighten the v’agina by strengthening the muscles that surround it — specifically, the pelvic floor. As these muscles begin to age and lose elasticity due to events like childbearing, Kegel exercises work to reverse that process of attrition. They can make the v’agina feel tighter once more.
The beauty of Kegels is that you can perform them at no cost and from the comfort of your own home. They’re not dangerous when performed correctly. They have a very high rate of success. It might feel a bit weird at first, but why not give it a try?
How to perform Kegels
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