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4 most common reasons of vaginal dryness

Vaginal Dryness sounds like a scary diagnosis that makes a lot of women stressed and worried. But if we have a look into female’s physiology, we’ll see that most often there is no reason to worry, sometimes reduced lubrication is a normal reaction of female body. What are the cases when this problem deserves attention? Let’s see.. Normally, the walls of the vagina stay lubricated with a thin layer of clear fluid that keeps the lining of your vagina healthy, thick, and elastic. The main regulator that tells the body to produce the lubrication is the hormone estrogen. A drop in estrogen levels reduces the amount of moisture available. It can happen at any age from a number of different...

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3 reasons to buy Australian-made products

The main reasons why you should buy Australian products whenever you can is quality,  safety, and because it’s good for the economy. Australia has extremely high safety and quality standards which are set in law, so products and produce that have been manufactured or grown locally must meet these standards. Let's look more into this. Reason 1. Enjoy Top-Quality Products​. Australian-made products are known for their superior quality. Indeed, Australia has a reputation for producing some of the best-quality products in the entire world. Australians tend to have extremely high standards when it comes to the foods they eat and the products they use. As a result, you are much more likely to find top-notch quality by purchasing Australian-made products...

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Why female orgasm is still a mystery?

Female orgasm is triggered by stimulation of Clitoris and in the history of sexual anatomy, the clitoris has long been dismissed, demeaned, and misunderstood. (Fun fact: when a French physician dissected this organ for the first time in 1545, he named it membre honteux—“the shameful member”—and declared its sole purpose to be urination). Only in 2005 Australian urologist Helen O’Connell thrust the full anatomy of the clitoris into the public eye. According to the discovery, clitoris is not just some pea-sized nub. Around 90 percent of the clitoris’s bulk lies beneath the surface. It is a whole world of crackling nerves and blood-pumping vessels. Helen compared the clitoris to an iceberg: underneath the surface, it was 9 times bigger people believed it was and held several times...

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Why is it important to use only Organic Personal Lubricants ?

Almost 70% of substances that touch your mucous membrane are absorbed into your body instantly. By the way, that's why a lot of medications are consumed in this particular way. Now, imagine regularly using a lube, that contains parabens and other harmful, sometimes even carcinogenic substances that go straight into your body... regularly! Don't let this happen, take care of yourself and be conscious of what personal care or sex products you use. Make sure the lube is not just natural, but certified organic. The main difference between "natural" and "organic" lubes really comes down to the way the ingredients were sourced and weather they’ve been certified. Organic lubes are made from certified organic ingredients while natural ones can be made...

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Sex in marriage - how often?

How often do married couples have sex? Once a week on average, according to study published in Archives of Sexual Behaviour. Yes, we all know that once the honey moon is over and the spark dies, a lot of couples go through the phase of slowing down on sex. But how often is normal? Despite the average numbers, it is individual for every couple. Each person has his or her own level of sexual needs, depending on hormones, libido and a lot of other psychological and physiological factors. Problems occur when these levels are different and while one partner is craving for regular intimacy, the other feels comfortable having sex once a month. The best way to solve these problems...

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