Do you take probiotics? We are all focused on taking care of our bodies from the outside in. We make time to go to the gym, we take time to perfect our skin care routine, we watch what we eat and we focus on how we look. These are things that we feel like we have control over, so these are the things that we work on to keep ourselves looking and feeling healthy. But how do we stay healthy with what we don’t have control over? Let’s talk about keeping the rest of our bodies healthy…especially the area “down there” that us women feel is taboo to talk about!
Let’s Get Personal
While we are all women and we chat with our girlfriends about so many things, it seems as though taking about our private areas is something that is taboo. After giving birth, I ended up asking my friends questions like “why didn’t you tell me it was going to feel like this?” or “what is the best way to care for the trauma that has happened down there?” As women, we all have the same issues, whether it’s in daily life or after the birth of our children, yet we don’t bring it to the table as a topic of conversation. So, let’s say it how it really is. We are lucky to have lady parts that do so many incredible things for us, but are we doing our part to take care of ourselves “down there”?
How will a probiotic help us stay healthy?
Many of us have been told by our doctors for years to incorporate a probiotic into our daily routines. We are told that they help with digestion, they keep our stomachs stable and regular when we have a virus along with a variety of other things that are beneficial to our health. We do our best to take them daily and we even give them to our children. In our home, we always give probiotics to our kids when they are on antibiotics to ensure that their stomach doesn’t get upset. If we take care for our stomachs, why don’t we take care of ourselves “down there” in the same way?
Let’s get technical for a minute. pH levels play a large role in our overall health. That’s why we are advised to take probiotics. The same goes for the effects of pH levels “down there.” We are all quick to diagnose ourselves with a yeast infection with every small itch we experience, and then run to the store to treat the “infection” with an over the counter medication. But perhaps that isn’t what’s truly going on. Yeast is naturally present in our body along with lactobacillus and other bacteria. That does not mean that there is something wrong, in fact, it is quite normal. However, the effects of the yeast and additional bacteria can sometimes feel a little bit uncomfortable. The goal is to have a healthy balance of these elements to achieve optimum vaginal health.
There’s a Probiotic for that too!
Turns out, there’s a probiotic for that! RepHreshTM Pro-BTM Probiotic Feminine Supplement is clinically shown to balance yeast and bacteria to maintain feminine health. Taken once daily in an easy to swallow capsule, RepHresh Pro-B contains two patented and clinically tested strains of probiotic lactobacillus that have been shown to work with your body to help to treat bacterial vaginosis and improve your overall vaginal health. So, let us be the best friend who hasn’t said anything to you yet…this will help you feel more comfortable “down there” by keeping your vaginal pH balanced. Why are we so quiet about it?! Let’s spread the comfort and healthy talk around! Do your friends a favor and get them out of the dark by sharing your secret to better vaginal health!
How to use it:
We all live by our morning routine and if one thing is missing, the rest of our day is off balance. In this case, without RepHresh Pro-B Probiotic, something else will be unbalanced 😉 We take one RepHresh Pro-B oral tablet every morning. With that said, when we are on antibiotics, we take 2 capsules a day, as directed. From one woman to another, do yourself a favour and add RepHresh Pro-B Probiotic to your daily routine and thanks us later! Available for purchase at Shoppers Drug Mart, Walmart and other retailers nationally.
Do you talk about vaginal health with your girlfriends?
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