10 Tips That Will Help Eliminate and Prevent Vaginal Infection

Me, you, and almost every woman out there have experienced the uncomfortable feeling of having a vaginal infection at least once in our life. And although we do our best to keep our V's happy and healthy, it seems that every once in a while, our defense system lets us down. 

But worry not! Today, I'm here to share with you 10 tried and tested tips that helped me combat and prevent the recurring infections I struggled with:

Lower your sugar intake

Not only does sugar cause weight gain, but it is also responsible for disturbing your healthy vaginal pH level. When you consume foods that are high in sugar, you practically create the perfect thriving environment for bacterial vaginosis.  

Reduce alcohol consumption

Frequent alcohol consumption is known to disrupt your balanced bacterial flora. It can also weaken your immune system by decreasing your blood cortisol levels, putting you at a higher risk of getting a yeast infection. 

Drink plenty of water

Water seems to be a solution for everything, and believe me- in some cases, it really is. One of the most effective ways to purify your V and urinary tract is to drink 8-10 glasses of water every single day. 

Stop using douches and feminine cleansers 

These products often contain harsh chemicals, which can disbalance your V's normal pH levels and cause a vaginal infection.  

Consume naturally-sourced prebiotics and probiotics 

Did you know that eating foods that are rich in pro- and prebiotics can help you balance your lady parts bacterial ecosystem? Skip your chocolate snack and have a cup of yogurt instead! 

Change your wet bikini

You don't want to cause a yeast infection because of your wet beachwear, so make sure that you change into dry underwear as soon as you get home from the beach. 

Buy scent-free tampons/pads 

Scented period products can often cause an imbalance in your normal pH levels, causing a vaginal infection – something to keep in mind next time you're shopping for sanitary pads. 

Change your period products frequently  

Since menstrual blood has a pH of 7.4, it can temporarily raise the pH levels in your vagina, causing a bacterial disbalance. Changing your pads or tampons every 3-4 hours will help you minimize the risk of getting bacterial vaginosis after your period is over.  

Switch to cotton underwear 

Your infection risk is lower once you start wearing only cotton underwear. This simple tip works every time since cotton is breathable and absorbs excess moisture. 

Incorporate Biolicious as a dietary supplement

Last but not least, I recommend that you start taking Biolicious daily. This oral supplement contains a mixture of prebiotics, probiotics, herbs, and plant extracts, which are guaranteed to fight and prevent vaginal and urinary tract infections.

The key to keeping your V happy and healthy, far away from any vaginal infection, has never been so close at hand. And once you experience all the Biolocious benefits, don’t forget to share your experience with a friend. In case you’re looking for more insightful info, feel free to browse through the blog!


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