Monday, 15 June 2015

Could You Have an Orgasm a Day? Here's a Pledge You Should Definitely Take, and Why

Could You Have an Orgasm a Day? Here's a Pledge You Should Definitely Take, and Why

Does an orgasm a day sound too good to be true? Studies show that as little as 40 percent of women experienced an orgasm[1] the last time they had sex, so an O a day certainly seems like a sharp increase from the norm. However, that's exactly the attitude that keeps 60 percent of us unhappy. We can change this, everyone! And in that spirit, one company is challenging us all to up our orgasm game with a daily pledge.

O'Actually[2] is a new adult content platform focused on erotica and pornography that promotes equal pleasure for both genders. This month, they've launched a pleasure pledge[3] campaign to encourage women to get it on in one form or another every day. When you sign up, the site sends daily inspiration to help you meet your goal. "We've found that the best way for women to feel fabulous in all areas of their life is to be able to put themselves and their sexual pleasure first," says founder Kit Murray Maloney on the site. "It's is not putting yourself first in a selfish, it's-all-about-me way. Rather, it's a conscious commitment to yourself to prioritize your pleasure each day—you and all around you will brighten and flourish!"

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Need more motivation? Consider a few other benefits (other than the obvious one) of having an orgasm:

Orgasms help you communicate with your guy. Seriously! Research[4] by the University of California-Santa Barbara shows that women who've just had an orgasm are more likely to disclose their positive thoughts and feelings about their partner than those who didn't climax.

Orgasms put you to sleep. Bye, bye Ambien, and hello all-natural ZZZs. Authors of the book The Orgasm Answer Guide[5] cite a study that found 32 percent of women turn to orgasms to help them get better quality sleep.

Orgasms reduce stress. "Orgasm relieves tension as oxytocin stimulates feelings of warmth and relaxation," writes Carol Rinkleib Ellison in an informational report[6] compiled by Planned Parenthood. And while a bubble bath, long run, or afternoon nap might also get the job done, we can all agree an orgasm is a way more fun approach.

Orgasms relieve aches and pains. In fact, they're more effective than any over-the-counter pain medicine, according to this study[7] by famed sexologist and scientist Beverly Whipple. After an orgasm, "the pain tolerance threshold and pain detection threshold increased significantly by 74.6 percent and 106.7 percent respectively."

Have one for your health, or have one just because. But either way, who's going to try and have one every day?

Photos: Stocksy

References

  1. ^ women experienced an orgasm (www.glamour.com)
  2. ^ O'Actually (www.oactually.com)
  3. ^ pleasure pledge (www.oactually.com)
  4. ^ Research (www.researchgate.net)
  5. ^ The Orgasm Answer Guide (books.google.com)
  6. ^ informational report (www.plannedparenthood.org)
  7. ^ this study (www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov)

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