We as human beings are wired to propagate our species, in simpler words, to have sex. It is not uncommon for men to achieve orgasm every time they are doing the deed. However, when it comes to women the bitter truth is we don’t always experience the jaw grinding, lip biting orgasms as often as we would like to. It is hard to argue how orgasm could not be good for your health. Here are 8 reasons why an orgasm a day would keep the doctor away for women.
Regulates menstruation and lessens cramps
Orgasm send a rush of blood to the pelvic area enriching it with all the required nutrients that it needs for a healthy cycle. A good hardcore orgy during your periods is also a natural analgesic for your mood swings and cramps.
Gives you a glowing skin
Ditch your beauty sleep for an orgasm. An easier and more enjoyable alternate for getting a glowing skin is to get going. Orgasms help in secretion of hormone DHEA – Dehydroepiandrosterone which is also known as the fountain of youth.
The sky-high endorphin levels during an orgasm drive out cortisol out of the body which makes us feel good and happy. Oxytocin or the happy hormone is also released which makes us feel more relaxed.
Cures a running nose
An orgasm a day keeps antibody immunoglobulin A levels up and helps the body to fight against germs and bacteria.
The next time you wonder sleeplessly what you should do, try having an orgasm. It drives insomnia right out of the window and you will have a good night sleep.
If you have a headache and the pills don’t work, ask your partner to do you a favour and you won’t remember you ever had a headache in the first place.
Stimulates the brain
Orgasms release endorphins which are literally like happy pills to the brain. It increases the blood flow to the brain. So the brain becomes more happy, bright and creative.
Reduces chances of breast cancer
And if you need any more reasons to have an orgasm every day, you must know that it prevents the chances of getting breast cancer. The large quantities of oxytocins released prevent the cancer cells from turning into tumours.
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