It's Not Medical Treatment
Mind + Body Training
Despite the ability to treat vaginismus, the condition is still widely misunderstood. But, what we have come to learn is that vaginismus is a limbic system response toward penetration.
The limbic system, also known as the feeling and reacting part of the brain, controls the functions needed for self-preservation. Among the system's many responsibilities, it's involved with emotion and memory. This can cause the mind and body to hold a negative view of different forms of penetration.
But we have good news: This is an associative reaction that can be changed through a mind and body training to relax the muscles.
Many women are able to find a vaginismus cure when
they train their bodies to relax their muscles.
Vaginismus is highly treatable. Successful vaginismus treatment through training does not require drugs, surgery, hypnosis, nor any other complex invasive technique.
Effective limbic reduction training will combine pelvic floor control exercises, digital penetration and trainer insertions, pain elimination techniques designed to help women identify, express and resolve any contributing emotional components.
Vaginal muscle training can often be completed at home, allowing a woman to work at her own pace in privacy, or in cooperation with her health care provider.
The sexual pain, tightness, and penetration difficulties from vaginismus are fully treatable and can be overcome entirely with no remaining pain or discomfort.
Women experiencing sexual tightness/pain, penetration problems, or unconsummated relationships can expect remarkable resolution of their vaginismus, allowing full, pain-free intercourse.
Limbic reduction exercises are designed to reduce the involuntary muscle reaction toward penetration, allowing the muscles to relax finally.
Couples are often amazed by the sudden life-changing effects of pelvic-floor training. Those with penetration difficulties, or pain during intercourse, normally transition to pain-free and pleasurable intercourse following a step-by-step approach.
Trainers: Muscle Retraining
Vaginal trainers, often referred to as dilators, are typically effective when used with guidance. They should not be used without proper physical instruction and vaginismus exercises.
The main focus of proper trainer use is in reducing the limbic system response toward penetration. That is why we view our devices as training aids and not medical dilators.