We-Vibe Advances Sexual Health Awareness for Women’s Health Month – Sex Your Way to Better Health
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May 13, 2013 — OTTAWA, ONTARIO — We-Vibe® the makers of top-selling sexual wellness products, launches a women’s sexual health awareness campaign in partnership with Mary Jane Minkin, MD, FACOG and author of The Yale Guide to Women’s Reproductive Health. The campaign underscores important health benefits for women who maintain regular sexual activity and the preventive and therapeutic benefits that aids such as vibrators offer women.
“Sexual stimulation releases hormones that positively affect women’s overall health and well-being and keep the vagina youthful,” says Dr. Minkin. “The vagina, like any muscle, is best kept healthy with regular exercise–if you don’t use it, you can lose it.”
According to Dr. Minkin, the benefits of healthy sex range from stress reduction and improved mood to protection of a woman’s reproductive and pelvic health. “When a patient is not particularly sexually active, I encourage her to consider a vibrator to help protect the pelvic floor by increasing the blood flow to that area of her body,” notes Dr. Minkin. “Therapeutically, vibrator use can ward off conditions such as vaginal atrophy— vaginal dryness or a weakening of the muscle tone in the pelvic area that can lead to sexual dysfunction and painful sex.”
Indeed, Dr. Minkin advises middle age or older women to try a vibrator like the Thrill by We-Vibe. Maintaining regular blood flow to the pelvis is particularly beneficial for women who are in the peri-menopausal, menopausal or post-menopausal stages of life. The introduction of a vibrator can also help many women by increasing their desire for sexual stimulation.
Made with body-safe materials, the Thrill by We-Vibe, also offers an ergonomic-based design that provides women with maximum comfort and control. For more information on We-Vibe’s sexual wellness products and to learn more about the Thrill, log onto we-vibe.com.
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Amy Driscoll (for U.S. media)
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