Top Five Health Benefits of Orgasms
It never amazes me that when I bring up vibrators, there is always someone embarrassed. The way I look at it, vibrators are just vehicles for empowerment and help us achieve sexual wellness. The bonus is that vibrators help us achieve orgasms with or without a partner.
So let’s talk about orgasms. I recently read an article by Dr. Jennifer Berman from the Female Sexual Medical Center at UCLA about the top five health benefits of orgasms.
- They keep your blood flowing – when your blood is flowing, your tissue is healthier, and that makes everything better, from your hair to your skin.
- They are a great form of cardio – and I, for one, would much rather lay in bed and have an orgasm than do aerobics.
- They’re stress relievers – many people use masturbation to relieve stress before they fall asleep. It beats taking medication.
- They give you a healthy glow. Ever notice how much better someone looks when they are in a relationship and having sex? It’s a pheromone thing.
- And last but not least, they aid in overall emotional health. When your heart is happy, the rest of your body can follow suit.
According to a 2009 study from Indiana University, 53 percent of American women have used a vibrator at some point. If you’re one of the hold outs, you should try one.
In 2014, the global vibrator market was $2.9 billion, and the overall global sex toys market was $15 billion. That’s a lot of toys people are enjoying!
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If you a first-time toy user and would like a recommendation, I am happy to share my favorites – just ask, or check out our current recommendations here.
Keep it clean out there and have some fun…and burn some calories.