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Sexual Health: 3 Preferred Macrobiotic Methods of Contraception

Have you ever practiced macrobiotics and started to wonder how it would affect your sex life? We have all the secrets you want to know about macrobiotics and sex, but are afraid to ask.

It may surprise you to learn that many relationship challenges can be associated with poor contraceptive options. Along with eating healthy and adopting a macrobiotic lifestyle, choosing the right pregnancy prevention method can create high excitement and intimacy in your relationship.

The type of contraception you use affects not only your physical and sexual health, but also the spiritual closeness of your relationship. To increase intimacy without taking pills or medicines, choose one of these three contraceptives:

1. Condoms

The methods of birth control are mostly artificial and will produce harmful side effects. Some types of contraceptives, such as vasectomy and intra-uterine devices, can disrupt the flow of electromagnetic energy in men or women and can cause serious long-term health consequences. For this reason, it is important to choose a less invasive and healthy technique for everyone involved, while still ensuring sex.

Condoms are the safest for non-invasive contraceptive methods, especially for women. However, if the condom contains a spermicidal lubricant, there may be some irritation to the vaginal wall. Another disadvantage of condoms is that they act as artificial barriers, resulting in decreased sensation that can disrupt energy flow and exchange.

2. Diaphragm with Spermicidal Jelly or Cream

Diaphragm with spermicidal jelly or cream is a safer method of contraception than the long-term health issues associated with pills. However, it has health risks, so this method should be reserved for sporadic use. The chemical toxins found in the spermicidal gels can be absorbed through the vaginal wall and into the bloodstream, causing unwanted pressure on the liver and other distilling organs. Because these agents can also cause allergic reactions, douching with warm salt water after use can help reduce vaginal irritation.

3. Natural Birth Control

Natural birth control is the least harmful to your health, but it is also less reliable. This method depends on knowing the exact date of ovulation and avoiding sex for several days before, during, and after the time you expect to ovulate. Macrobiotic diets make it easier for women to have a regular 28-day cycle, making it easier to control births.

The sperm has the ability to fertilize for two days, but can survive in the womb for up to 14 days. This is not a guaranteed method of birth control, but contraceptives all involve little risk. From a macrobiotic standpoint, this method promotes sexual intimacy and physical health.

Building strong, passionate, intimate relationships requires a loving take on macrobiotics. The most important thing in your relationship is love, which can be nurtured through sex as well as other intimacy: touch, open communication, honesty, and support.


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