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Here is how you can naturally keep your Pun@ni tight

It’s often said that one’s ability to operate in small, confined spaces says a lot about one’s skill set.

Tight spaces are always the best to operate in, says football genius Pep Guardiola.

The same analogy can be attributed to a tight pun@ni.

A lot has been said about a tight pun@ni and how enjoyable it is during s.e.x.

The tightness of the pun@ni is attributed to a lot of things s.e.xually.

According to gynaecologists Dr Manu Lakshmi, v@ginal tightness during s.e.x is dependent on the s.e.xual arousal and pelvic floor muscles around the pun@ni.

The s.e.xual arousal determines how the pelvic floor muscles contract or relax during s.e.x.

The feeling of s.e.xual arousal relaxes the muscles, making the v@ginal space less constricted or looser. On the other hand, feelings of anxiety make the muscles become more engaged and tighter.

According to Dr Lakshmi, here are some of the natural ways to keep your punani tight and healthy:

1. A Good Diet

A good diet that will improve inner muscle strength and thus contribute to better v@ginal health. Eating a healthy diet that’s high in fibre can help maintain a healthy body weight and reduce the chances of frequent constipation that can cause the weakening of pelvic muscles.

2. Reduce Stress

The pelvic floor can be kept stronger by controlling stress.

3. Kegel Exercises

Kegel exercises are one of the most recommended and popular ways of tightening the pun@ni. The clench and release exercise is what constitutes the kegel exercise. The kegel exercise is the action of engaging the pelvic floor muscles, holding for 5–10 seconds, and releasing. This is done about 5-10 times in a row, a few times a day.

4. Squatting

Squats are good for pelvic floor toning and v@ginal tightening.

-daily sun

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