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5 Things You Don’t Know About Orgasms

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5 Things You Don’t Know About Orgasms


Don’t be shy. Orgasms are just as important for your health as flossing your teeth. In fact, the more comfortable you become with your body and understand how to achieve the “Big O,” you will find that it also becomes easier to have one. Check out these interesting facts about orgasms below.

1. They are great for pain relief. 

Is your head hurting? Before you go running to the medicine cabinet, grab your partner and turn the heat up in the bedroom. Research suggests that sexual activity can actually reduce pain, including pain from ailments such as arthritis. Nurse practitioner Lisa Stern RN says, “This is largely due to the body’s release of a chemical called oxytocin during orgasm. Oxytocin facilitates bonding, relaxation and…

Please read original article 5 Things You Don’t Know About Orgasms posted on Healthy Black Girls on 21 April 2017 | 4:49 pm —

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