4 Things You Should Never Do To Your Vagina

Personal hygiene is good habit. Except that most of us opt for packed products of aggressive toxic chemicals for the vagina, especially in cases of infection. Besides douching and other everyday actions that can alter your personal hygiene. If you want to preserve the health of your vagina, here are four things to be avoided.
1. Tampons
While useful and very practical, tampons increase the risk of certain diseases and health problems. The pads can cause toxic shock syndrome, a disease characterized by the appearance of bacteria in the cervix and vagina, which produces excessive amounts of toxins in the blood, which can degrade the state of the reproductive organs. Opt for sanitary napkins or a menstrual cup, much less dangerous than tampons!
2. Inserting objects
Fingers, sex toys, penis (of course), the vaginal suppositories and suppositories, lubricants, and menstrual cups are the only objects that you can insert into your vagina. Fruits and vegetables are not suitable and can cause an infection inside your vagina!
3. Vaginal Douching
There are many products on the market that can help you get rid of unwanted odors, but according to Constance Young, assistant professor in the department of obstetrics and gynecology at Columbia University Medical Center, these products will make the vaginal microflora more prone to infections . The vagina needs to clean itself, it does not require the use of chemicals or perfumes.
Vaginal douching will not help you improve your personal hygiene ... They neutralize the natural acidity of the vagina and hinder the ability of your body to self-clean.
To clean your vagina, you simply use water! Rinse your intimate parts with warm water once a day, then dry thoroughly.
4. Self-medication
While some natural remedies can help prevent some diseases and health problems related to your private parts, but do not expect to use them in "self-medication". You should avoid using natural remedies for your vagina without the approval of your gynecologist.
How to care of your vagina through food?
The health of your vagina also involves your diet. In a healthy vagina, choose a healthy balanced diet that enhance a hydration of your body (at least 1.5 L of water per day).
Choose foods rich in antioxidants, minerals and vitamins such as dried fruits, fruits and vegetables that boost your immune system and improve the functioning of all body processes.
Remember that the cranberry, including cranberry juice is effective to fight bacteria and prevent infection. Rich in enzymes, cranberry juice is highly prized for its curative action against infections that can touch your intimate parts, including the urinary tract.

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