One Dozen Health Benefits of Orgasm

By Ikenga Chronicles December 25, 2016

Orgasm affects you.

After reading this list, you will be less likely to head for the pill cabinet and more likely to reach out to the person next to you in bed to alleviate an array of ailments such as aches, pains, illness and stress. The feeling of an orgasm is one of the greatest sensations our bodies can experience.

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Women are thought to have up to 11 different types of orgasm, which can differ in intensity from a mild and subtle feeling to an intense and explosive rush of sensations, depending on how our bodies and minds are feeling at the time and also how we feel about the person we are engaged with. Achieving an orgasm can have an array of health benefits that affect us physically and emotionally—due to the chemical changes that take place within our bodies.

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During an orgasm a release of hormones such as oxytocin, vasopressin, endorphins and dopamine are secreted which have powerful mood enhancing and therapeutic effects, as well as benefitting us physically.

In case we need more reasons to enjoy a full blown orgasm, here are a few surprising health benefits of orgasm.

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1. Keeps you looking younger.
As we age, testosterone level decrease, however, regular sex releases a plethora of chemicals, which contain testosterone. The hormones that are released include DHEA (Dehyrdoepiandrosterone) which restores skin, repairs damaged tissues keeping skin looking plump and youthful. It also helps to keep our bones and muscles healthy.

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2. Relieves pain.
As we orgasm, chemicals known as endorphins are released which are natural pain relievers, alleviating headaches, stomach pains and even arthritis. Orgasms are thought to reduce pain up to 70%. Inflammation and swelling are also known to decrease.
Oxytocin, a peptide that contains nine amino acids also dulls pain, creates a feeling of wellbeing and acts as….


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