- The Journal of the American Medical Association recently found that nearly 43% of women experience sexual dysfunction.
- Low sexual desire is present in approximately 26.7% of premenopausal women and up to 52.4% of menopausal women.
- Lubrication disability is present in up to 21 -28% of women.
- Orgasmic dysfunction is common in approximately 25% of women.
- Approximately 80% of woman experience at least one sexual health problem in the first three months following vaginal childbirth and 60% of women experience ongoing sexual health issues at six months following vaginal childbirth.
- Improve symptoms of depression: Orgasms cause a release of the same feel-good chemicals in your brain that anti-depressants help to preserve. Studies suggest that orgasms may serve as a self-administered mood enhancer.
- Improve your immune system: Frequent sexual encounters have been linked to increased salivary immunoglobulin A antibodies that may help your immune system fight off diseases that can enter your body through your mouth, nose, ears and eyes
- Sleep Better: Oxytocin is released during orgasm and is linked to promotion of sleep.
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