How to Curate a Cozy Headspace

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Just the name "dilator" doesn’t exactly make the blood run hot, but that doesn’t mean that dilator time has to be a chore. Getting into the right mind set and mood impacts how your muscles respond. We want these muscles to remember the good times when we ask them to perform, and having your thoughts and focus on feeling good goes a long way. Dr. Sherine gives you some pointers on creating the right mood, space, and environment to make dilator time, me time.

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