Keeping It Healthy!

Can You Keep Your Reproductive System Healthy?

Wondering how can you keep your Reproductive System Healthy? Well Here are the General Regime for the Care of the Reproductive System

1. Practice your kegel exercises.- In terms of keeping the pelvic region healthy, kegel exercises are among the most important practices to do on a regular basis. Kegel exercises can be done while working at your desk, reading on the couch or even standing in line at the grocery store. You can identify your kegel muscle by practicing stopping the flow of urine midstream. Doing this regularly will result in a myriad of benefits for your reproductive health!


2. Treat yourself to a monthly hot/cold sitz bath.- Its a great monthly ritual that is both invigorating and excellent for keeping the reproductive system healthy. To do the sitz bath, set up two basins of water: one with very cold water, and the other with a very warm sitz bath herbal infusion (include comfrey, chamomile and uva ursi). Lower your bottom into the warm basin and rest comfortably for 5 minutes. Then quickly move to immerse your bottom in the basin of cold water, sitting for 3-4 minutes. Alternate immersions for another 4 rotations.


3. Increase calcium and magnesium intake in your diet.- To do so, drink at least 3 cups of a calcium rich tea every day throughout the month. You may eat more seaweed, sesame seeds, nuts, avocado, coconut, dill and leafy green vegetables.


4. Go outside and play!- Studies show that exercising 3 - 4 times per week, and getting enough Vitamin D which is essential for the absorption of calcium and magnesium. So find a sunny place to do some yoga, walk to run. You'll feel great, and you'll look great too!

Always Remember!

We should always maintain the cleanliness of our reproductive system to prevent and avoid diseases such as gonorrhea, syphilis, chlamydia and many more. Exercise regularly, eat a balanced and a healthy diet, and be loyal to your partners. Keep in mind and practice these simple tips to make your reproductive system healthy. :)