Masturbation not only increases your orgasms and improves your sex life, but is good for your health to boot.
Here's a few more reasons to be going solo…
1. Masturbation helps prevent cervical infections and relieve urinary tract infections.
Masturbation has been found to help reduce the risk of prostate cancer in men, and now studies are finding that female masturbation can help protect against cervical infections and UTIs as is flushes out bad bacteria.
2. Better cardiovascular health
Women who have more orgasms – whether with a partner or not – have been shown to have a greater resistance to heart disease and type-2 diabetes.
3. Relieves depression and stress
Levels of mood-boasting dopamine and epinephrine rises in the body when aroused. Also taking sexual time for yourself has been shown to alleviate emotional stress. Many studies have found that women who are satisfied with their sex lives feel they have a better quality of life.
4. Pelvic floor, pelvic floor, pelvic floor
Getting a big ooooOOOOOOHHHHH with an orgasm works out the pelvic floor. Strengthening this group of muscles will not only be a good thing if you have children, but it will help prevent incontinence and prolapse further down the line.
Stronger pelvic floor muscles also lead to more intense orgasms. We call that the orgasm circle of life – the more you do it, the better they get.
5. Hormones released combat insomnia
After a woman climaxes, oxytocin and endorphins are released to help the body relax and calm down – great for getting a good night's sleep.
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