If you’re mind is not focused on sex, then you may be missing out on some very important mental and physical benefits. I’m not referring to over stimulation to the point that you can’t hold down a job or any type of real friendships, that’s addictive and not healthy. I’m talking about confident adults that give freedom to their sexual thoughts rather than trying to suppress them as a result of societal norms. When you try to deny something that is natural then it only leads to frustration, stress, and possibly ill health.
Let’s talk first about the female orgasm. There are lots of reasons why a woman may not be able to climax during sex. Some of them are associated with a physical condition while others are a result of a psychological reason. No, I’m not saying that women that cannot orgasm are crazy. However, what may be happening is that their mind is getting in the way, not allowing the woman to focus on the pleasures of sex, and thus denying the physical body the joy of having great sex and great orgasms.
It’s okay to have sex. It’s okay to enjoy sex. And, it’s okay to learn tips, tricks and actual physical moves that will help you get the orgasm you deserve. Focus on sex and the things you need to do such as kegel exercises, working with your sex partner to find which positions work and stimulate you, and grabbing your personal massager or vibrator and doing a little self discovery. It’s perfectly healthy to touch yourself and find out what makes you tick, giggle, moan, and cry out in passion.
Don’t let the female heroines in those fiction romance novels have all the fun!
When you have a healthy mental attitude about sex and a healthy physical sexual life then you are more likely to have fewer bouts of illness. You have more energy, sexual energy as well as the energy to handle stress outside of the bedroom. You will get fewer colds and have fewer sick days. When you focus on sex that is satisfying then you allow your body a release of stress and tension. Stress is known to lower your immune system and cause illness.
So how much time should be spent on sex to be healthy? Well, that answer is different depending on who you talk with. But as they say, use it or lose it. You should be shooting for at least two sexual encounters a week. It doesn’t matter if they last just 10 minutes, just get them in. Statistics show that only 15% of couples have sex three times a week…no wonder staying single and in the game is so appealing!
Here’s the bottom line on sex. The more you think about it, the more you will do it, the more you will enjoy it, and the better physical health you will have. You will be able to enjoy more orgasms with less effort because your sex muscles, both the brain muscle and the physical muscles, are used often enough to remember what to do…give you “O” so much pleasure.
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