Health Facts About Orgasms

Who knew orgasms could have so many benefits on our health? They don’t only make you feel on top of the world for a few minutes but they will also keep your brain sharp, help boost fertility, reduce stress levels, and amazingly lower the risk of prostate cancer in men. There are many more advantages of orgasming but here are some of our favourites … 

Orgasms have the power to lower the risk of prostate cancer in men

If you are struggling to keep up with the orgasms or want to satisfy your man, there are many gadgets out there to spice things up including sex toys for him. A toy can make an exciting present and a surprise if it isn’t something you’d usually buy him. It’s all for the good of his prostate… obviously. Depending on how open-minded he is, you could go for a cock ring, an anal plug, or even  a gadget that has both. Having sex is benefitical for mens health in general and the more he ejaculates, the healthier he will be. Ward off prostate cancer with a healthy sex life and you will feel happier and more energised too. 

A deeper connection with your sexual partner

For those in a new relationship or a long term relationship, there is no better way to connect than orgasming together. It can also break the sexual tension if you are in a new relationship or if you’re just waiting to get it on with someone. Oxytocin will be released into your system every time you orgasm and this will feel more than good, especially if you can sync up together.

They can help boost fertility 

Orgasms will help women just as much as men, especially if they’re regular. One of the benefits of regularly orgasming is, interestingly, improvement in your fertility. Research indicates sexual activity results in physiological changes in the body that will make women more likely to get pregnant, even if they aren’t in the ovulation period. If you’re trying for a baby, keep orgasming and you will have more chances of making it happen. Frequent orgasms keep the immune system in action and if you get the timing right in the different phases of your menstrual cycle, you will maximise chances of pregnancy.

Keep your brain sharp 

Ever feel like you aren’t quite with it and want to be more on the ball? We have a solution for you … orgasms. Brain activity will be impacted by the gush of hormones released while orgasming. Research shows orgasms in females literally cause the brain to light up in key areas including the cortical, subcortical and brainstem. The more orgasms you have, the better you will sleep, the less stressed you will feel and the more social you will be.

Stay healthy, have sex and make sure you are orgasming regularly. If orgasms don’t naturally come easy, it’s worth investing in some toys to help you along the way. Make the most of sex and it will benefit in all sorts of ways you didn’t even know about.