Diet, stress, nicotine, caffeine, and alcohol – all these things have an immediate effect on our health, but also on our intimate area
Drink a lot of water, tea etc.
Your diet should be low in fat, but high in protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals.
Exercise keeps your body healthy and has positive effects on your immune system. In addition, your intimate area benefits from regular exercise if you follow the guidelines of clothing.
Hygiene is extremely important in swimming pools. Never wear a bathing suit or bikini twice without washing it and avoid sitting around in it as long as it is still wet.
Avoid whirlpools or use them very rarely.
In saunas, steam baths and swimming pools only sit on your own clean towel.
In public toilets you should avoid sitting directly on the toilet seat (if necessary use toilet paper to cover the surface).