If you understand how your body changes and responds to your partner’s sexual moves during sexual intercourse, you will be able to enjoy the experience even better. Instead of having silent sex, if you’ll talk for a while, speak out your sexual desires, guide your partner to the positions you like, you can certainly feel the below sexual phases to a greater extent.
When you begin with erotic stimulation, the start of sexual activities, excitement is the first phase both men and women go through. It does not take more than a minute to start the phase. The vagina begins to lubricate as soon as they feel excited while in men, the penis becomes slightly erect. The vagina starts expanding and lengthening itself with an insignificant swelling around the outer and inner lips. Women observe swollen breasts during this phase. When you feel stimulated, there’s a sudden acceleration in your breathing, blood pressure and even heart rates.
More than a million women every year become a victim of Pelvic Inflammatory disease, yet it is one of the diseases less known to women. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease is STI which causes infection to the uterus/fallopian tubes/ ovaries.
What is Pelvic Inflammatory Disease?
Your vagina typically has particular bacterias which keep the vagina healthy. However, certain harmful bacterias could enter your cervix through the vagina and get into other parts of the body. This results in serious health concerns, primarily chronic pain & difficulties in conceiving. STIs such as chlamydia and gonorrhea are the primary reason one can get affected by Pelvic Inflammatory Disease. If you wish to cure such infections, you could treat it with the help of antibiotics. That being said, many women fail to understand the symptoms of such STI problems and hence do not treat the problem either. Though the disease could have a serious impact on the body, PID or even chlamydia and gonorrhea are not a popular term in women for their reproductive health. Hence, it is important that women get tested for Pelvic Inflammatory Disease.
We hear a lot about how we should be maintaining a healthy diet. However, nobody explains the Importance of a balanced diet. It is surely beyond weight management and looking fit. This blog explains why you should have a balanced diet for your day-to-day life.
Control Body Weight:
Having a balanced diet which feeds your body with enough nutrients help control the body weight. When you avoid having processed foods or fatty or sugary foods you are actually avoiding unnecessary fats on your body. Such foods do not hold the required nutritional value, Carbohydrates such as oats, veggies, fruits, whole grains, etc make you feel full for a long time. The high protein and nutrition intake support your metabolism which eventually contributed to maintaining your body weight.