Feel the Vibration

Move over, kegels!  One of the best kept secrets of the vibrator is that the vibrations it emits can increase the muscle’s ability to contract.

Specifically, the PC muscle, also known as the pubococcygeus muscle or the pelvic floor muscle, firms and closes the vaginal wall and urethral sphincters.  In other words, the vibrator can make a woman’s pelvic muscle stronger and, in doing so, can contribute to better sex.

Leading physiotherapist Mary O’Dwyer has a lot to say about strengthening the PC muscle and why it matters.

“Many women have little idea of their pelvic floor muscle (PFM) lifting action and this may lead them to substitute the wrong muscles e.g. to use buttock, thigh and upper abdominal muscles when they are reminded ‘don’t forget your pelvic floor exercises.”

We’ve shared the benefits of vibrators before and this is certainly another one to add to the list. So, if you’re looking to experience the pleasure of a vibrator and some of its built in “perks,” try the new Thrill by We-Vibe! The Thrill is a revolutionary new vibrator that’s scientifically designed to stimulate both the C-spot and G-spot simultaneously for maximum pleasure.

Were you aware of the unexpected benefits of using a vibrator?  Share your thoughts or comments below or buzz with us on Twitter @ms_wevibe or Facebook.

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