Weather it is your first time masturbating or you have been doing for a while, it can’t hurt to learn some things about it. Keep in mind that masturbation is normal, healthy and good for you. You don’t need to feel ashamed. It’s every women’s right to explore her body and find out what’s good for her.
Masturbation can lead to orgasm. Once a women reaches the orgasm, endorphins are released, which give the body an overall good feeling. The endorphins released while having an orgasm are Serotonin and Oxytocin. For many women, masturbation is a good way to relieve the daily stress, it can help relieve the signs and symptoms of a headache or backache, but it can also help combat depression. In some cases, masturbation before sleep will help you fall asleep easier.
Masturbation can improve your overall health. Regular masturbation is known to improve the woman’s health by boosting the immune system, boosting her self – esteem, decreasing the risk of depression, improving vitality, etc.
Masturbation also improves your sexual life. By self – pleasuring you get to know your body and you get to know what really works and what doesn’t works for you. You will be more confident and you can even teach your partner how to pleasure you.
But you should know about your genital area first. Knowing its parts and where and what should you stimulate to achieve pleasure is important. Play around, take your time and explore your genital area. It is good to figure out which area stimulates you and arouse you most, leading to orgasm. Begin by using the fingers and determine what kind of touch and rhythm is best for you. Some women like soft and slow rhythms, while other like faster rhythms and more pressure. Using a vibrator is a good way of experimentation while trying to pleasure your-self.
Clitoris is the most sensitive part of the woman’s body. It is the only organ in the human body designed for sexual pleasure. It has been estimated that most of the women do respond to clitoral stimulation and achieve an orgasm, when compared to the actual sexual intercourse with vaginal penetration. The clitoris itself has thousands of sensitive nerve endings, which make it very sensitive and very responsive through stimulation.
The G- Spot is another place of great pleasure except clitoris. It is a little area located 1-3 inches inside of the vagina, in the upper wall. Once found, it definitely guaranties an orgasm.
Frequent and excessive masturbation can irritate the skin of the genital area and vagina. But, there is no right or wrong way to masturbate and sex experts do agree that there is no definition of what is considered normal when considering masturbation.
Keep in mind that masturbation is something totally normal and healthy. Even though for some women it is a taboo, for others it is a healthy form of sexual expression and pleasure. Most importantly, remember that masturbation is a good and healthy thing for you, with some clearly recognized health benefits.
Dmitry Bronfman, MD, is a board-certified gynecologist who specializes in all aspects of contemporary women’s health, preventive medicine, pelvic pain, minimally invasive and robotic surgery, and general, adolescent, and menopausal gynecology.
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