9 Ways Orgasms Can Improve Your Life In and Out of the Bedroom

Nothing lights up the bedroom better than good sex. That post-orgasm glow is real! And it actually does more than give you a temporary high. Orgasms have been proven to come locked and loaded with a variety of health benefits that promote your emotional, mental, and physical health in addition to your overall sexual satisfaction. No wonder an orgasm can make you feel light, lifted, and ready to take on the world. 


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Stronger Immune System

Having sex, especially in these trying times, can give your body the extra kick it needs to support an increased immune response and support your overall health. People that had sex once to twice a week—according to a 2004 study—had higher levels of immunoglobulin, aka the molecules produced by your white blood cells. These antibodies are an integral part of a healthy, high-functioning immune system. Orgasms are also known to release the immune-balancing chemical DHEA that helps tissue repair and strengthen bones.


Less Pain

Break your back? Orgasms, likely due to the release of feel-good hormones like endorphins and oxytocin, can reduce pain. From treating muscle aches to headaches, climaxing is a free and more fun way to combat pain than a trip to the doctor's office. For women especially, orgasms can relieve period pains and discomfort (including cramps). 


Better Heart

Like exercise, sex can help keep your heart ticking stronger and for longer. For one, orgasms lower the stress hormone cortisol, which studies have linked spiked cortisol levels to an increased risk of heart disease. Other heart-healthy benefits of sex include strengthening the heart and lowering blood pressure.


Less Stress, More Sex

In addition to feel-good hormones like dopamine and oxytocin, the neurotransmitter serotonin is another happy by-product of climaxing. In the brain, serotonin helps regulate mood levels, anxiety, stress, and happiness. So yeah, you heard it right: having more sex can help you feel more zenned out. 


Orgasms Are Emotionally Healing

Orgasms can positively influence our emotional health by encouraging us to release and let go. They can be a valuable tool in helping comfort, warm, and empower you in times of trouble. Plus, intimacy is an incredibly powerful healer that grounds, nurtures, and deepens your bond to another person.


A Good Night's Rest

You may have already noticed that you have an easier time getting a good night's rest after sex. That's because the post-orgasm surge of hormones like oxytocin, vasopressin, and prolactin helps you fall and stay asleep so you can wake up feeling refreshed. 


Confidence Boost

We don't often think about how sex can positively influence our relationship with our body, but experts say that having orgasms is an effective way to boost confidence. Why? The more we associate our bodies with pleasure, the more we enjoy being and feeling good in our bodies. 


Fresher, Younger Skin

If just for a second, orgasms lower your blood pressure which actually slows down the aging process. And if this wasn't enough, orgasms can also give your skin a bright, youthful, dewy flush by boosting estrogen levels and stimulating collagen production from the release of the growth hormone HGH. 


Live Longer

And if you thought the health benefits of orgasms couldn't get any better—researchers have linked orgasms with mortality, finding that those who were less sexually active died sooner than those who were sexually fulfilled.


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