Sinclair Institute Curates Dryness Infographic for Women

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Vaginal dryness is a natural problem that women experience for a number of reasons. Sinclair Institute compiled information on the symptoms and solutions for women in this infographic.

Facts about Vaginal Dryness an Infographic from SInclair Institute

Facts about Vaginal Dryness an Infographic from SInclair Institute

It’s important for women to understand that they’re not alone when they experience dryness and irritation

Sinclair Institute®, in line with their mission to empower people to live positive, healthy lives, has released their latest infographic Feeling Dry? Here’s Why containing informative data about vulvar and vaginal atrophy (VVA). Data represented was pulled from a 2004 Gallup Report and Real Women's Views of Treatment Options for Menopausal Vaginal Changes survey.

“It’s important for women to understand that they’re not alone when they experience dryness and irritation,” said Betsy Grondy, Public Relations Manager with Sinclair Institute. “Our goal with this infographic is to share that it is a normal, natural happening and offer solutions to help, like our USDA Certified Organic Personal Moisturizer and new coconut oil based Organic Feminine Moisturizer,” Grondy continued.

Vaginal dryness is a normal occurrence in women, a result of the body having less estrogen, yet many women don’t talk about it with their healthcare provider. While dryness typically occurs in menopausal years, many women experience it at other points in their life prior. In addition to general discomfort, it can make intercourse uncomfortable and even painful.

The infographic can be shared from and viewed on the company’s sexual health information website, http://www.SinclairInstitute.org.

About Sinclair Institute
Since 1991, and with over 2.5 million happy customers, the Sinclair Institute® is the leading and most respected source for information, guidance and products focused on improving the quality of sexual health, intimacy and communication in relationships. Sinclair’s Advisory Council is composed of the foremost sex educators, therapists, and researchers who help guide the development of Sinclair products and policies that reflect the concerns and needs of healthy individuals and couples who want to enhance their intimacy.

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