Sultry Secrets…from Diva in the Dark.

Its that time to talk Real and Raw Divas. Sexual health is just as important as the mind and body health.

After 15 years of doing what I love and what I know I was truly called to do, I could write an award winning book about the Female/Diva Mind.  In our 20’s, 30’s,40’s and of course 50’s…we actually have many things in common as women. One thing that we all experience at one point inour life is low sex drive or…lack of the Big O

The vagina works like the rest of our muscles. If not used, the walls will become weak. Lets chat about the good ol Kegel exercise! Absolutely. Kegel exercises are the rhythmic clenching and unclenching of the pubococcygeus (PC) muscles, which hold your pelvic organs in place and control urine flow. But your PCs also have a friskier function: They’re the muscles responsible for the contractions you feel during climax. Though Kegel exercises don’t actually tighten your vagina, they tone and strengthen your vaginal muscles, boosting your arousal. They also cause a tighter grip during intercourse and more intense contractions during orgasm because more blood gets sent to your below-the-belt region.

Before you can start practicing Kegels, however, you have to locate your pleasure-maxing muscles. Next time you pee, try to stop midstream without contracting your butt, thighs, or abs. After holding for a few seconds, resume the flow. Your PC muscles are allowing you to control the start-stop action. Once you’ve isolated your PCs, practice tightening and releasing them, working up to a 10-second hold before letting go. Then get into a sexercise regimen doing 10 to 20 Kegels three times a day, holding each one for 10 seconds. The great thing about this workout: You can do it anytime, anywhere — in an elevator, in your car, at your desk — and no one will have a clue. But don’t limit your workout to your downtime. Doing Kegels while you’re masturbating will enhance your solo sessions. And squeezing your love muscles when you’re doing the deed with your guy will increase the pleasure for both of you!

What are you waiting for? As you can see, Kegel exercises and sex are the perfect partners. Adding a boost to your sex life, they increase vaginal sensation and sensitivity, and give you improved and more intense orgasms. Plus, you gain the amazing benefits of perfect pelvic health – who could say no to that? If you haven’t started, what are you waiting for? Kegel exercises are something every woman should do. !

Toys That Can Help Your Kegel Muscles:

The balls are inserted into the vagina, and held using the strength of your pelvic muscles. To really work your pelvic floor, you should follow a routine of contraction and release but when not following a specific training routine, Kegel balls can also be used for some fun before sex.

When your muscles are stronger from exercising you’ll be able to hold the balls in place while standing, doing things around the house, or even go out while wearing them! The weights inside the balls will shift and bounce as you move, stimulating this sensitive area and creating more blood flow. The balls will create both physical arousal and anticipation for what happens when you get home. It’s like your own secret bit of foreplay.

Exercises That Help Your Kegel Muscles:

  • Bridge
  • Squats
  • Planks
  • Incline treadmill
  • Leg Lifts
  • Hip Thrusts

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