VAGINISMUS & PAINFUL SEX | VIDEO GUIDES
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When you are in pain or stressed, you might have a subconscious tendency to breathe through your upper chest or hold your breath all together - instead of breathing through your abdomen. Dr. Amanda Olsen explains why this creates more pain and then provides simple breathing techniques that may help you find relief.
“Breathing is one of the cornerstones of learning how to reduce tension on your pelvic floor.”