1. Orgasms can relieve pain.
During an orgasm, female body produces oxytocin and endorphins which can increase pain tolerance in the minutes, by up to 75%. There is also some example that orgasms can relieve many kinds of pain, including pain from arthritis, pain after surgery, and even pain during childbirth. So next time your partner is having a headache you know what to do.
2. Using a condom doesn’t effect orgasm but socks do!
A small Dutch study back in 2005 showed that 80% of women who wore socks had an orgasm, while only 50% of barefooted women claimed the same. Chances for women to experience orgasm with or without a condom are almost equal.
3. Low-Intensity orgasm while breastfeeding
There may be a chance that nursing mother experiences a low-intensity orgasm while breastfeeding. The experience is because of the spike in both oxytocin and prolactin, hormones that facilitate orgasms but are also produced while breastfeeding, then nipple stimulation.
4. Why finding your G-spot is important
G-spot which is believed to contain a large number of nerve endings, as the key to helping women achieve longer and stronger orgasms. It may be located slightly different depending on different women. To find yours try this:
Slide your palm down to your stomach, with your palm touching your stomach, all the way down to your vagina. Then penetrate your vagina with 1 or 2 fingers and curl those fingers backward after being 2-3 inches deep inside you. Now you should be able to touch your G-spot with your fingertips.
5. Changing diet can help you in having an orgasm.
Changing a diet might help you in having an orgasm. An increase in certain supplements like zinc, magnesium, calcium, Omega 3 can boost dopamine and testosterone levels which may help you are not having an orgasm problem.
Also if you are women you might consider to mix things up. Having an orgasm while vaginal sex plus oral sex is more likely as compared to one them alone. Many women can also try using sex toys either with partner or solo.
6. 20 minutes & still waiting?
Maybe most of you agree on understanding how we have an orgasm is more complicated then it seems. It’s perfectly normal when many women take more time to reach climax as compare to male. But there might be a way to slow down your partner orgasm by applying firm pressure around the base of the penis.
On the side of women there are high chances to have an orgasm even at the age of 80 but for most men, it would be like climbing Everest.
7. Want to boost your immune system?
Everyone knows this that having a good sex life can keep you more healthy, both physically and mentally. But did you know blood cells and endorphins are released when you have an orgasm which will very likely improve your immune system?
8. Don’t try and advice this
Having a good sex life is important. Having an adventurous sex life can be fun but sometimes you have to draw a line.
Cutting off your flow of oxygen like in choking while having sex can increase the intensity of your orgasm but it has a big downside. It may kill you. About 500-1,000 people (mostly men under the age of 25) die this way every year.
9. It might come late but will last longer
While for an average male orgasm lasts 5-22 seconds but for an average female 18-20 seconds is the orgasm time. Remember they always say what you get slow will last for more.
10. Baby, I love you that’s why I faked it!
Are you moaner, groaner or screamer? Then according to a 2011 survey, 66% of you is doing it to get your guy climax soon.
Also according to another survey, 80% of women have faked an orgasm at least once. This is not good for your sex life and most importantly for a relationship. This doesn’t help your partner to understand your needs and will eventually lead to much bigger problems.