After all, when you reach orgasm your brain releases vital “feel good” chemicals such as oxytocin, serotonin, dopamine and endorphins which significantly reduces stress, anxiety and fights against depression whilst giving you the natural reset every woman deserves.
These are the same chemicals that are triggered by taking antidepressants. Triggering them when you achieve orgasm rebalances the brain naturally and you will have the added benefits of arousal and intense pleasure.
Enjoyable sensory experiences when you orgasm stimulates the mind, body and soul with intense pleasure. There has never been a better time to raise your mood and protect your own mental well-being by implementing a sense of calm, wholeness and healing.
With age your desire may dwindle so making the time to reconnect with your body has profound health benefits for your emotional and mental wellbeing.
Chemical imbalances can seriously impact our behaviour and quality of life so we like to think of these euphoric chemicals as our very own mental health pharmacy, just waiting to be used.
Oxytocin, serotonin, dopamine and endorphins make us feel good, so promoting their release is extremely beneficial for reconnecting and rebalancing our emotions as well as reducing feelings of stress, anxiety and depression.
Here’s your orgasm chemical quartet in more detail:
Has the power to regulate emotional responses and improve your desire to be touched whilst reducing stress and anxiety. Naturally promotes deep sleep and relaxation and improves the immune response whilst increasing our libido, need for bonding and desire for intimacy.
Regulates the mood helping us feel emotionally stable, happy and calm as well as promoting normal appetite and digestion, good sleep and a better memory whilst reducing feelings of loneliness, anxiety and depression.
Stimulates the pleasure and reward centre of the brain, helping to reinforce the positive feelings of pleasure and maintains emotional wellbeing at the same time as promoting good memory, focus and cognitive function.
Similar in structure to morphine with a natural pain relieving effect that also boosts our emotional wellbeing and pleasure centres and reduces feelings of discomfort and anxiety.
Dispelling misinformation surrounding the female orgasm is important because years of misinformation has taught women that there are internal “G-spot” orgasms and external “clitoral” orgasms. However, this simply isn’t true. The female orgasm is a pleasurable and healthy experience that occurs as a result of external stimulation of the clitoris and vulva, in most cases this can take up to twenty minutes of constant stimulation within a safe and relaxed environment.
Make yourself comfortable and relax, through gentle stimulation your pleasure will gradually intensify, the clitoris and vulva begins to swell and the vagina begins to widen.
The clitoris becomes fully erect and the area deepens in colour, with continuous external stimulation the pleasure will gradually increase, keep relaxed and don’t stop believing, enjoy the moment, your orgasm is on its way.
Be patient and keep believing, some women believe the tingle phase is as good as it gets because the pleasurable feelings begin to plateau, simply not true but it’s important you keep believing. With continuous stimulation your arousal will intensify during this phase causing the first waves of muscles spasm – extreme sexual excitement is building and your orgasm isn’t far away.