It’s difficult to argue how an orgasm, something that feels so good could actually NOT be good for anyone’s health.
So, it’s easy to believe that there exists truly researched and proven health benefits of having multiple Orgasms in a day.
Sex with yourself is a method in hand to maintain mental health as well as sanity for reasons that are obvious. You can have it as many times as you want or as far as you can find yourself a semi-secluded area to do it. No one is watching or judging you for the actions except you. And the endorphin rush that follows each wave of ecstasy is a medicine strong enough to not just calm the fraying nerves, but also soothing the distressed soul, and adding an extra flush to your cheeks which is in fact a healthy post-auto-coital glow.
But are you aware that there are actual medical benefits that you can reap just by having an orgasm?
Here are six best ones that can give you a strong incentive to feel a little less guilty:
1. Orgasms Regulate Menstruation
Orgasms perform the function of sending blood to the organs present in the pelvic area and then continue to deliver all those healthy nutrients and the necessary floaty bits to the right places in the body. Women who are used to orgasm a minimum of once a week are found to be more regulated and have a systematic period, .i.e. every-28-day period when compared to those who keep their legs clamped together and their hands just to do mechanical tasks.
2. Orgasms Make You Happy
Orgasms can put you into a better state of relaxation and even one of sedation, making it way too easier to sleep and chill out if you had a stressful day. And when it comes to those sky-high endorphin levels, they flush cortisol out of the body, which is a key ingredient for feeling amazing. Cortisol is also known as the evil hormone that leads to inflammation in the body and can be the reason behind your tummy bloat.
3. Orgasms make you Healthier
Orgasms can lead to a spike of dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) hormone levels in the body. This leads to all kinds of possible positive health benefits. DHEA is not just used to improve memory and brain function but a study published around 20+ years ago has also proved that it is even capable of lowering the risk of death from cardiovascular disease. An added benefit is that your skin will glow.
4. Orgasms Make you Look Younger
Looking younger just got a lot easier. All you need to do is please yourself, and a few months will drop off your chart.
According to a study conducted by David Weeks, who is a clinical neuropsychologist at the Royal Edinburgh Hospital, having frequent orgasms can reduce your age by around 10 years younger. He has a book called, “Secrets of the Super young” that delves way too deep into those results.
However, it is not advisable to go for all those orgasms at night and missing that beauty sleep that also contributes to helping you look younger.
5. Orgasms Alleviate Pain
Orgasms serve the purpose of releasing oxytocin, which is a peptide. It consists of nine amino acids that collectively act as a natural pain reliever. It has an analgesic effect that means that having an orgasm serves multiple purposes of dissipating a headache, making menstrual cramps a bit more bearable, and it even contributes to softening the blow of childbirth. In the case of some women, they might even have involuntary orgasms as they push, maybe because they forwent the epidural.
6. Orgasms Help You Detox
The sweeping flow of blood in your private organs can actually elicit an overall lymphatic massage. This helps with the body’s natural detoxification process and also leads to settling of tension in the muscles which are largely responsible for such important functions as digestion.
The general pleasant nature is merely an added value, and who doesn’t enjoy that?
But wait — there’s more! Get acquainted with our girlfriends at FloLiving.com to check out more health benefits of the female orgasm!
And if you want to hear me and three smart ladies talk more about orgasms — including the differences between vaginal and clitoral and how to make yourself (or your girlfriend) squirt — listen to this week’s “Between the Sheets With Lora Somoza!”