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Exploring The Male Orgasm

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Exploring The Male Orgasm 

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They say a man should reach orgasm at least 21 times per month to remain healthy, happy, and strong. That means he needs great sex at least three times each week at the bare minimum. But since there’s no magic number and all men are different, it makes sense to explore the male orgasm from another angle. 

How Do Men Have Orgasms? 

The average man experiences orgasm through direct stimulation to his penis or prostate gland. As such, specific actions must be taken to ensure his ultimate pleasure. Usually, that includes soft yet deliberate strokes to his genitals and/or a targeted punch to his p-spot. Fortunately, there are many variations to these very simple techniques, and more than a few toys to help you out.

What are the Benefits of the Male Orgasm? 

The benefits of male orgasm are plenty, even if they’re just now being explored and understood. That’s because most pleasant physical releases are therapeutic in several ways, but a husband’s climax offers a few special advantages: 

  1. Climax Lowers Your Blood Pressure. Although your pulse rises quite a bit when you’re in the throws of passion, the aftermath can be extremely relaxing. Regular orgasm has even been linked to a lowered risk of cardiovascular disease. In fact, the American Journal of Cardiology reported that having sex less than once per month is bad for a man’s heart.

  2.  Orgasm Can Reduce Stress and Anxiety. Sexual pleasure releases a surge of mood boosting hormones into the blood stream, thereby making it harder to feel sad during or shortly after a climax. That, in turn, helps to alleviate feelings of depression, sadness, and general anxiety. Over time, regular lovemaking sessions can also balance your brain and body chemistry to prevent certain mental illnesses from developing in the first place.

  3.  You’ll Sleep a Lot Better Afterwards. Because great sex relaxes your mind and body, complete sexual gratification with your wife can make it easier for both of you to sleep at night. Studies show a direct correlation between having an orgasm and feeling drowsy, especially for post-orgasmic men. So, when you can’t fall asleep, try making love to your spouse before taking medication. 

  4. Ejaculation Increases Your Natural Immunities. Did you know that having great sex with your spouse actually makes you stronger? Yes, you use many muscles in your body but that’s not the only reason. Lovemaking also supports your immune system which makes it harder for you to get sick. And if you experience orgasm regularly, you might even fight off an undiscovered ailment.  

  5. It Makes You a Better Husband. Research proves that orgasm strengthens the bond between husband and wife. Sexual satisfaction results in an oxytocin dump in the brain and body. Oxytocin is the chemical known as “the bonding hormone,” so it increases feelings of love which, in turn, improves the relationship from the inside out.

There are many other recently discovered advantages to the male orgasm too, including boosted sperm quality, reduced headaches and migraines, and a lowered risk of heart attack or stroke. Plus, feeling sexually relieved is a testament to your continued virility as a man, and it may help to prevent erectile dysfunction (ED) if you do it often enough.

What Things Prevent a Man from Reaching Climax?

Did you know that men can have multiple orgasms too? It’s all about the setup, the delivery, and dismount. If you continue to slowly stroke the penis after ejaculation, you can coax it into submission one more time. Meanwhile, you can also make it retract back into the groin if you do it wrong. 

In fact, there are many things that can prevent a man from reaching climax, so be careful. Here’s what you need to know: 

  1. Mental Health Problems  - Men who struggle with mental illness may find it difficult to ejaculate even if they’re completely in love with their spouse. Seek therapy as soon as possible if that’s the case. 

  2. Certain Medications  - Many medications can affect a man’s libido and prevent him for reaching a full climax during sex with his spouse. And although it’s relatively normal, you should still talk to a doctor if it disrupts your life.  
     
  3. Poor Prostate Health  - If you can’t achieve or keep an erection or find it hard to reach orgasm, a swollen prostate gland may be to blame. Meanwhile, prostate milking can help reduce inflammation and improve your sex life.
     
  4. Bad Sex Toy Selections - There’s only so much you can do with lackluster pleasure products, and the human body just isn’t capable of doing everything you desire. So, pick up some updated marital aids to bring the spice back into your world. 

3 Ways to Give Your Husband a Better Orgasm 

When you’re ready to show your man what a real orgasm feels like, whip out one of these three techniques: 

1. Use an enhanced lubricant - Slather on something with warming, cooling, or tingling ingredients. Or try lube with a delicious flavor for amazing oral pleasures. 

2. Combine devices for dual delights - Give him a great sensation by stimulating more than one body part at a time. Combine penis strokes with a p-spot massage if you dare.

3. Play With His Body - Explore his anatomy to discover unknown pleasure zones around his erogenous regions. Start at the nipples and work your way down and around. 

The Big Finish

This is your chance to make your husband feel amazing, plus it’s an opportunity for him to improve his mood, his health, and his abilities as a generous lover. So, pull out all the stops because having an orgasm is great for the heart.  

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