4 Vaginal Hygiene Tips For Assuaging HSSD

4 Vaginal Hygiene Tips For Assuaging HSSD

A healthy vagina is a sign of a healthy earth.

It’s the place from which the universe springs out (not literally but the population does).

An unhealthy pum-pum bottom may lead to rashes, infection, and in the worst case— it may deteriorate your desire to have sex.

A lot of women in the rural area complain that they lose sexual desires earlier than they should.

What could be the possible reason?

Perhaps, their vulva hygiene?

The stats also show that hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD) has become prevalent in women across all the age, and it has an appropriate link with vaginal cleanliness. [1]

So, if you are facing the misery of HSDD— you may have to resort to taking care of your vagina.

Who knows— bed-breaking sessions are waiting for you.

Let’s find out some of the ways for taking vaginal care.

Wiping the bottom— move from vagina to anus.

Wiping the bottom can be an annoying task at times.

Sometimes, you refrain from rubbing the towel down under because your brains say “don’t go into the gentle dark as you’ll scrub the same towel on your face.”

With such thoughts, you either leave the lower area infectious, or you end up wiping in the wrong way.

As the vagina is close to the anus, and anus may contain bowel bacteria, you should make a rubbing practice from the vagina to anus.

Doing otherwise may spread the bacteria from anus to the vagina which may further cause issues such as vaginal itching and dryness.

So, develop the practice of scrubbing your towel from vagina to anus and not anus to the vagina.

Divorcing the feminine hygiene products.

Do you know that our skin has a specific pH level which prevents us from infection?

Whether it’s your facial skin or vaginal skin, it’s naturally acidic in nature (4 to 5); however, the products for body cleaning such as soaps and lotions are basic in nature.

As these base-based products meet your acidic skin, the vaginal skin loses the pH level which alters the ability of it to combat infection.

Furthermore, the skin cosmetics use fragrance and essence which may act as irritants for your vagina, thereby worsening the infected area.

A lot of products claim that they maintain the acidic pH level; howbeit, no one knows the percentage of reality.

So, before you buy any product for cleansing purpose, make sure that you maintain distance with the “basic products.”

Douching practice does more harm.

Douching— also referred to as vaginal irrigation— is usually a hygiene practice which more than 25% of the US women follow.

It’s spraying the water or other chemicals into the vagina using the douche nozzle.

If you love inserting the douche nozzle in the vagina for flushing the bacteria— you are living in a fool’s paradise.

The act of douching not only flushes off the good bacteria but also establishes favorable circumstances for the growth of harmful bacteria which eventually cause infection— thanks to the spray which contains baking soda, iodine, and vinegar.

These sprays tend to change the pH level and balance of your vagina, thereabout proving detrimental for vaginal health.

Let me burst your bubble if you think that your vagina needs your help because it doesn’t.

The vagina is naturally programmed to secrete mucus and discharge which is strong enough to neutralize underlying bacteria.

Safe sex for safe vagina.

Well, it’s not always necessary to indulge in safe sex; however, if you have got a new partner, or if you are a polygamist, your vagina is at the risk of infection.

It’s always safe to urinate after sex because that keeps the bacteria at bay from urethra or bladder.

Note that you can’t stop sexually transmitted disease (STDs) by merely urinating.

Make use of physical barriers such as condoms and diaphragms for restricting the sexual viruses from entering the system.

Be aware of stealthing— an act when your partner may remove the contraceptive without your consensus which ultimately results in infection.

It’s an act of crime, and you should be quick on your toes to discourage such practices.