Things you’ve never been told about orgasm
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1. Orgasms can reduce stress and pain, and even help you sleep better.
2. Women can experience multiple orgasms, while men usually experience one.
3. Orgasms can be achieved through different activities, such as yoga, meditation, and physical exercise.
4. Women are more likely to experience an orgasm if they are in a relaxed environment.
5. Orgasms can be enhanced with the use of lubricants, sex toys, and other forms of stimulation.
That (good) sex in general is a panacea we take for granted by now, what is less well known, however, is how many beneficial properties orgasm brings to mind and body.
** Those who have (good) sex live better: science says so **
Yeah, because it’s not just a matter of remembering its soothing, relaxing and … well, pleasurable power, but also of emphasizing its beneficial capabilities that extend from head to toe, no organ or muscle excluded.
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If that sounds over the top, be prepared to reconsider, and warm up your home environment: orgasm is better than any painkiller you have at home (as well as more fun to get to than the pharmacy).
10 beneficial properties of orgasm
Orgasm Reduces Period Pain
A U.S. John Hopkins University study titled The Science of Orgasm showed that more than two out of ten women masturbate more frequently during their periods to relieve pain from menstrual cramps.
And if having sex during those days doesn’t suit you, don’t rule out masturbation out of hand-it might be better than chocolate.
2. Strengthens pelvic floor muscles
During an orgasm your pelvic floor muscles contract at least fifteen times at regular one-second intervals, strengthening in the exact same way as when you do the highly recommended Kegel exercises.
And the whole thing suddenly becomes more fun.
Orgasm Helps Fight Migraine
Research by the International Headache Society has shown that–out of a total of 1,000 subjects–60 percent of migraine sufferers clearly benefited, in terms of pain reduction, after having an orgasm.
We are a long way from a definitive and effective cure, but a try is perhaps worthwhile, no?
4. Makes Immune System Stronger
The conclusion of a study conducted by the University of Pennsylvania determined that people who have frequent orgasms are also those with higher levels of immunoglobulin A (a type of antibody) in their saliva, and thus have a stronger immune system than those with low sexual activity.
5. Orgasm is good for the heart
Figuratively speaking, but also physically: according to Dr. Alyssa Dweck, a specialist in obstetrics and gynecology and author of the celebrated essay V is for Vagina, orgasm is in fact a kind of gym for the cardiovascular system as well, since it dilates blood vessels throughout the body and improves heart health.
6. Regular orgasms lead to more orgasms
It’s a virtuous circle, also pointed out by Dr. Alyssa Dweck: having regular orgasms is a kind of training that leads to reaching the famous climax even more often.
7. Orgasm reduces risk of prostate cancer
Men should not feel left out at all: a study from the prestigious Harvard Medical School has proven that frequent ejaculation dramatically reduces the risk of prostate cancer.
8. Increases concentration
Madeleine Castellanos, a psychiatrist and sex therapist, explains that-during an orgasm-the brain stops thinking and worrying, and focuses totally on the experience and sensations being experienced.
This momentary turning away from interference to focus only on the here and now constitutes training for our brains that can also be applied to other aspects of life, when precisely one is most in need of engagement and recollection.
9. It is effective in cases of prolonged hiccups
All right, we admit, this is a classic case of fun fact, but for the sake of the record we must mention it. Some people do in fact sufferof what might be called prolonged hiccups, which do not end in a matter of seconds, but can often last for days, sometimes months.
Well, Canadian research has shown how a man suffering from this seemingly incurable condition for almost a week, was able to recover simply through an orgasm, which in defiance of all the medications taken, massages and home techniques used, stopped the annoying hiccup permanently.
10. Orgasm Makes You Happier
Last but not least, Dr. Alyssa Dweck explains that an orgasm raises endorphin and oxytocin levels, causing muscle relaxation and – consequently – mental relaxation as well.
So, physiologically, having frequent orgasms helps to calm down and counterbalance the negative aspects that are present in your life at that specific time. In conclusion-what are you waiting for?
This article discusses the many beneficial properties of orgasm, from reducing period pain and strengthening pelvic floor muscles to fighting migraine and increasing concentration. It also explains how orgasm can reduce the risk of prostate cancer, stop hiccups, and make people happier by raising endorphin and oxytocin levels.
Orgasm reduces period pain, strengthens pelvic floor muscles, helps fight migraine, makes the immune system stronger, is good for the heart, leads to more orgasms, reduces the risk of prostate cancer, increases concentration, is effective in cases of prolonged hiccups, and makes you happier.
The study from the University of Pennsylvania is titled “The Science of Orgasm“.
Foods to eat to improve sexual performance include dark chocolate, watermelon, bananas, garlic, nuts, avocados, oysters, salmon, and eggs.
Signs to tell if you’re having enough sex include increased energy levels, improved sleep quality, better mood, better communication with your partner, increased self-confidence, improved relationships, and increased libido.
Written by Eloise Bouton. Website – https://eloisebouton.org/.