Emsella for Intimate Health (Women)
Revolutionary Treatment for Intimate Health
Treat Female Sexual Dysfunction (FSD)| Pelvic Floor Strengthening Treatment
The Innovative & Non-invasive Solution for Intimate Health
As we age and the menopause hits, for many women, their sex life can take a dive, or go through some form of change. This is due to significant fluctuations in both estrogen and testosterone levels that happen during the onset of the menopause, which affects both your sex drive and desire to actually have sex, as well as the internal workings of your body, including vaginal tightness, vaginal lubrication and blood flow to the clitoris and vagina.
All these changes are perfectly natural and happen to many women as part of the menopause. The menopause affects every woman differently, so you may find your attitude towards sex and sexual pleasure changing in a variety of different ways.
Almost a quarter of menopausal and post-menopausal women said they don’t find sex pleasurable, and more than half of these women say they were concerned about this fact. Not only does sex itself often become difficult, but a loss of tissue elasticity, muscle tone and blood flow to the area can lead to a decrease or loss in sensation of the clitoris and vagina, making sexual pleasure and reaching orgasm increasingly difficult.
What is Orgasm?
Female orgasm occurs after a reflexive muscle contraction-release sequence primarily of the pelvic muscles at certain contraction intervals. Orgasms vary with the individual and depending on stimulation and/or muscle tone. Firmer muscle tone of the pelvic floor muscles adds intensity to the muscle contractions during orgasm and enables a woman to identify, isolate, and command muscles of the pelvic floor. Pelvic floor muscles react to sexual stimuli with increased local blood circulation and involuntary contractions during orgasm. The training of the pelvic floor musculature helps in the improvement of the female sexual function.
Why Emsella Treatment is clinically effective for Intimate Health?
For both men and women an orgasm will produce rapid muscle contractions of primarily the superficial pelvic floor muscles. You can easily achieve 11,000 Kegels with just a single 28 minutes Emsella treatment. Emsella treatment is clinically proven for pelvic floor muscle re-education.
Why train pelvic floor muscle?
Apart from the support of the pelvic floor organs, control of continence, pelvic floor muscles play a crucial role in adequate genital arousal and attainment of orgasm. Their weakness or deconditioning provide insufficient activity necessary for vaginal friction or blood flow, and therefore inhibit orgasmic potential.