Health and Orgasms
Sex is a stellar way to maintain mental health and sanity – the endorphin rush following that wave of ecstasy is enough to calm the nerves, soothe the soul, and flush your cheeks into a healthy coital glow.
Needless to say, getting it on is a great physical and mental pain reliever. But what if you are single, a widow or a woman on-the-go that doesn’t have time for good ol’ fashioned intercourse? Your vibrator is a great tool to ensure that you’re hitting the right amount of “Os” to reap the health and wellness benefit your body deserves.
Why Orgasms are Good for You
Orgasms don’t only make you feel good; they are good for your health too. Orgasm provides a host of health benefits that can put the pep in your step to live a more enjoyable life. Paired with a healthy diet and frequent physical exercise, you will be living the life you were meant to live.
Orgasm builds confidence
Some research suggests that orgasm, and vibrator orgasm gives women added self-assurance. Women who experience orgasm have been shown to be more comfortable, assertive and confident with their sexuality. According to a national survey of 2,056 women in the United States published by the Journal of Sexual Medicine, women who use vibrators to enhance orgasm report having “more comfortable, pleasurable sexual experiences.” Women crave subsequent sexual activity the more they use a pleasure toy.
Orgasm can help with frequent headaches
The natural chemicals released when you orgasm – like dopamine, endorphins and seratonin – induce both pleasure-enhancing and pain-relieving sensations, according to Donald Penzien, PhD. director of the Head and Pain Clinic at the University of Mississippi Medical Center and a professor in the department of psychology.
Orgasm boosts immunity
Research has shown that orgasms raise levels of immunoglobulin A, an antibody that boosts the immune system by increasing resistance to common ailments. In her book Sex: A Natural History Joann Ellison Rodgers suggests that female orgasm can provide protection against cervical infections by helping to promote good bacteria and flush out bad bacteria from the cervix. Orgasm can actually help you reduce your trips to the gynecologist.
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The Health Benefits of Orgasm