When I turned 40, my eyesight started to wane so I got reading glasses. I didn’t just stop reading.
When I turned 50, it became harder to reach an orgasm. So what did I do? I got a massager.
I wasn’t about to give up on orgasms.
The solution is natural, a bit unexpected, and quite simple. Supported by progressive health systems such as The Mayo Clinic and Harvard Medical School as well as leading gynecologists around the globe, regular sexual activity – with or without a partner – is the safest way to help treat and prevent many of the symptoms that follow menopause.
The benefits? They speak for themselves.
“Genitourinary syndrome of menopause: Underdiagnosed and undertreated”, N.F. Santoro, MD; I. Lin, MD; 2018
“Impact of vulvovaginal health on postmenopausal women: a review of surveys on symptoms of vulvovaginal atrophy”, S.J. Parish, R.E. Nappi, M.L. Krychman, et al., 2013
“Sexual functioning in 4,418 postmenopausal women participating in UKCTOCS” J. Menopause, H. Harder et al., 2019