It’s important to take care of every part of your body, and that includes vaginas and penises. Genital health plays a large part in a vibrant sex life.
If you’re having penile problems or have any kind of vaginal discomfort, there’s a comprehensive site owned by two doctors that can answer all of your questions. Visit www.sexualityresources.com. (FYI – I am not an affiliate. If you buy something, I receive no money from this website.) Click on any of their free Educational Brochures that interest you. I’ve perused many of them, and they are all excellent.
Men – Even though this site at first glance looks like it’s only for women, there is plenty of pertinent information for you.
Women – Did you know that there’s a right way to do pelvic muscle exercises, a special way to massage your vulva, a healthy diet of veggies, fruit, seafood and chocolate that promotes vaginal lubrication, and sweaty exercises that help your libido? And, don’t forget orgasms! Enjoy one at least once a week because an orgasm is good for blood flow to your vulva.
Men – Read about pelvic floor exercises you can do to prevent erectile dysfunction. Men’s genitalia are not as complex as women’s, but there’s some information on this site that might surprise you.
Even flossing your teeth helps your genitals! (I’m not kidding; it’s one of the site’s recommendations.) Eliminating inflammation from everywhere in your body keeps sex enjoyable.
Genital health issues are important to address at any age. Keeping yourself healthy is how to save a relationship. I have a friend who is a physical therapist who specializes in vaginal health, and her practice has just as many women in their twenties as in their sixties!
Vaginas and penises are destined to last a lifetime, not atrophy and be in a state of disrepair. How to save your relationship starts with having sex organs that are in optimal health.
Even if you’re older, you don’t have to accept dysfunction. Health is always possible at any age. You might have to use more lube and make other adjustments, but to have sex less and less often because it hurts is not the option you want to settle for.