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Benefits of a Yoni Steam Treatment

Menopause

Women of al ages especially ones going through the change of life will benefit from the a vaginal steam treatment, especially those who are menopausal. 


A vaginal steam treatment is very moisturizing and may help to relieve dryness.  


Regular yoni steaming has also been known to reduce severity and frequency of hot flashes and other unpleasant menopausal symptoms.  






Bacterial Vaginosis (BV)

BV is basically the result of an imbalance of good and bad bacteria in vagina. A type of bacteria called lactobacillus keeps your vagina slightly acidic so bad bacteria won’t be able to grow. If your lactobacillus levels drop, too many bad bacteria are formed and you may end up with a case of BV. Any woman can get BV and the cause is not always clear, but BV can sometimes be linked to sexual activity especially if your partner ejaculates inside your vagina. There is always a risk of encountering BV as your body is dealing with a new sexual partner, or if you have more than one partner. 

A yoni steam treatment can help to restore the PH Balance of the vagina and then the symptoms of BV are often eliminated in the process.

Fertilty

A yoni steam can create a nourishing uterine environment while regulating your menstruation and ovulating cycle creating the best fertility conditions for natural conception.  


Regular vaginal steam treatments will help to create the most fertile environment to encourage natural conception.


A Times article quoted a women who swears by it. She said that, at 45 years old, after three years of trying to conceive, five V-Steams resulted in a pregnancy—as well as more energy and fewer body aches.


Postpartum

Postpartum care was the original purpose of vaginal steam treatments by indigenous cultures around the globe.  This is a long time traditional practice of midwives and elders of Africa, India, Korea, the Caribbean islands and many other regions that traditionally practice holistic health care.


Traditionally new mothers would enjoy a vaginal steam treatment every day for 30 days for 30 minutes a day. Most women experience no bleeding or limited spotting after the first week. The vaginal canal feels much tighter and fresher similar to the refreshing feeling of getting a facial. Bloating and stomach pain is reduced within the first two weeks, and eliminated much sooner than regular postpartum practices of staying on or near your bed.


It is recommended that your do your first vaginal steam treatment once the bleeding has subsided and on a weekly basis until your first menstrual cycle.


Ask about our prepaid packages for postpartum care.


Uterine Fibroids

Uterine fibroids are typically benign muscular tumours that develop in the walls of a woman’s uterus. They normally consist of muscle cells and small amounts of other tissues. Fibroids often grown in groups but sometimes it is just one or two discovered if diagnosed early. Depending on what stage the fibroids are discovered they may be in a state of growing larger or merging together, in some cases they remain the same. Fibroids can range in size from the diameter of a quarter all the way up to the size of a 10lb baby. 


Vaginal steam treatments have been known to shrink uterine fibroids if they are discovered early and are still small in size. For this reason it is  highly recommended by medical professionals that uterine fibroids be treated as early as possible.  The cause of uterine fibroids has not been clinically proven as yet, and therefore there are no way to strategically prevent the development of uterine fibroids.   


Treating fibroids naturally with a vaginal steam treatment as soon possible is the safest and least intrusive way  to improve chances of eliminating fibroids and avoiding surgery procedures.  According to The Center for Innovative GYN Care, 70-80% of women will develop uterine fibroids at some point in the lifetime.The issue of fibroids is very common among women of African descent, but can affect women of all backgrounds.