4 Meal Ideas to Combat Menopausal Vaginal Dryness

Vaginal dryness makes sex really unpleasant.Perhaps one of the most uncomfortable, embarrassing, though very common symptoms of menopause is vaginal dryness. You already feel like you're losing your womanhood. Thinner vaginal walls, less production of natural lubricant, and an itchy vagina all combine to create an uncomfortable situation that makes sex really unpleasant. However, diet can greatly affect your general health and wellbeing.

If you are starved for more romance with your partner and willing to do something to combat your menopausal vaginal dryness, read on to find out certain foods that can specially promote a more pleasurable relationship.

Breakfast

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day for several reasons. Not only does eating first thing in the morning keep you more focused during the day, but it can also help keep off the pounds, as you will be less likely to snack before lunch.


Cherries, yogurt and granola with a side of melon

Eating fruits and vegetables can help to overcome vaginal dryness.Dehydration can cause vaginal dryness and eating plenty of fruits and vegetables can help to overcome this. Many have a large quantity of water in proportion to their weight. Cherries and melon stimulate estrogen production - an important hormone during menopause. Try sprinkling in some flax seeds for an added boost.

Lunch

A tempting time of day to grab something fast and greasy, but adding just a little more thought to your lunch choice can mean the difference between an exhausted vagina and an energized vagina.


Apple, walnut, and spinach salad

Apple, walnut, and spinach are key foods for reproductive health.For more flavor, try adding some feta and top with a balsamic vinaigrette. Apples are associated with estrogen production, while walnuts are full of vitamin E that is a key ingredient for reproductive health.

Dinner

Salmon fillet with sesame oil and asparagus

Eat salmon and asparagus to combat vaginal dryness.Cook some black rice, full of antioxidants, to go with it. Fishes and oils contain essential fats and omega 3 fatty acids that can help with vaginal dryness. Asparagus is a known aphrodisiac that promotes oxygen flow.

If you are cooking for picky children, it is advisable to introduce new vegetables and meal ideas slowly. Stressing about dinner does not stimulate vaginal lubrication.

Dessert

Send the kids to bed and skip the after dinner drink. Alcohol dehydrates your body, though if you still feel you need a little indulgence after dinner, why not try a fruit-based dessert?


Chocolate and strawberries

Try chocolate and strawberries for dessert.Chocolate-covered strawberries can be an expensive hassle. Instead, grab your favorite chocolate bar and some strawberries next time you're at the store and make your own. If you don't like strawberries, choose a fruit you do like.

More Information about Vaginal Dryness

Vaginal dryness can occur at any time during a woman's life, so don't let it make you feel old! Feeling uncomfortable and stressed is not a great way to get the juices flowing. Instead, try to maintain a healthy lifestyle which should boost energy and confidence levels naturally. Better overall wellness will benefit your vaginal health. To read more about ways to combat vaginal dryness, follow this link.

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