There Is More Than One Kind Of Orgasm

Tantra There Are More Different Types Of Orgasmic States

In Tantra we learn that even having an Orgasm is an art.

Yes, for both men and women cultivating our ability to become multi-orgasmic is part of the fun of making love from a Tantric perspective. In Tantra, having an orgasm is more than just a physical release of energy from the genitals. It is a full-bodied state of ecstatic energy that runs throughout your entire body.

With proper training you can bring yourself into ecstatic states of bliss for unlimited amounts of time. In Tantra there are different types of orgasmic states. There are valley orgasms, peak orgasms, full-bodied energetic orgasms, extended and expanded orgasms.

The Valley Orgasm: A valley orgasm is one that is gradually built during lovemaking. To experience a valley orgasm, move and breathe during lovemaking, then rest and sustain. Then again move slowly gradually building your energy and then resting. During resting phases you and your partner eye gaze and allow yourself to merge with each other energetically. The valley orgasm never peaks but stays in a continuous state of building and resting until you decide to stop. This can sometimes feel like a wave-like energy and is generally full bodied.

Full Body Orgasm: A full-bodied orgasm can also be one that happens just from breathing up your sexual energy through your chakras and learning how to hold this energy and then release it. You can do this using several types of breathing exercises; the Energy Ecstasy Breath, Cobra Breath, Inner Flute and several others. You can learn to do this as a solo exercise and bring yourself into ecstatic states and have chakra orgasms or with a partner. Either way you are mostly using your breath to build your sexual energy. Sometimes you can also touch yourself or your partner but the focus is not on genital connection or touching.

The Peak Orgasm: The peak orgasm is what we are most familiar with. It is when we build our sexual energy through genital stimulation until you peak or climax. When you learn how to gradually build energy for your partner and guide them with their breath, varying your strokes while maintaining eye contact, you can learn how to sustain your orgasmic energy before you peak or climax. Even the peak orgasm can be extended out for longer periods of time.

Expanded Orgasm: “Expanded orgasm is a compelling, accessible process that you and your lover can use to enter a state of pleasurable expansion and flow of ecstatic energy.” Expanded Orgasm by Dr. Patti Taylor. This is a type of orgasm that is even more powerful than a climatic orgasm. It is, in one sense, an orgasm that is expanded in both time and space. To learn more about the Expanded Orgasm, I suggest you read, Expanded Orgasm, by Dr. Patti Taylor, an expert in this field. Has an article written by Patti, just go to articles and you will see her name.

Extended Orgasm: An extended orgasm is one where the receiver is using their breath to sustain the orgasm or extend it out. So rather than climaxing and having your energy drop, you continue to breathe while you are climaxing in such a way that you are actually re-circulating your sexual energy. I like to use my hands and actually move them in a circle from my genitals to my head over and over while I am breathing in through my nose and out through my mouth. For me this will extend the actual orgasm and sometimes I can continue on like this for quite some time.

To really become an artful giver as well as an artful receiver in any of the above processes will take a commitment on both your parts to learn the techniques that are used to bring you and your partner into ecstatic states of bliss. Take a workshop or even see a private teacher or coach. There are many Tantra teachers here in the Bay Area to choose from.

Of course once you learn the techniques involved you must also practice. But that is the fun part. Imagine spending hours of delicious time in high states of arousal. What a wonderful way to spend your time. Once you have had a taste of what you have been missing you will surely appreciate the value of what being in expanded states of pleasure can do for you. Recent research has shown that you can heal old wounds and work through emotional issues while you are in an orgasmic state. It seems we can now choose how to work through our “stuff”, and I personally prefer being in a state of orgasmic pleasure. As my aunt Sadie used to say, “Try it you’ll like it.”


Benefits Of An Orgasm: Are Swinging Couples Healthier?

Benefits Of An Orgasm

Orgasm is directly related to the happy mood and emotional strength of sexual partners. These two factors are more common in swinging joints because they are controlled by factors that are different from each other. Flexibility, creative ability, adaptability to uncertainty and uncertain thinking are some of the factors that control a person’s mood and metallic health. When you compare the sex life of swinging couples and monogamous couples based on these factors, you will find that swingers are more flexible in their sexual relationships than monogamous couples. But before discussing the level of orgasm by both types of couples, you should be aware of these benefits for your knowledge.

Orgasm is considered one of the most essential activities in any person’s life. You need to excite yourself at least once a week. The rationale behind this idea is that sexual health educators consider good medicine for anyone, whether alone or with a partner. Orgasm provides you with a variety of health benefits once a week:

The risk of Heart Disease is reduced to more than 35% in those with recurrent orgasm. Your sexual activity not only increases your heart rate but it also helps balance your testosterone and estrogen levels, which reduces the risk of heart problems. Fewer people, with active sex lives, die of heart attacks.

Once a week, the person’s immunity increases. Antibody levels increase in their bodies to protect them from viruses, microbes and other harmful intruders.

Repeated sexual intercourse can control the effects of many forms of chronic pain. Chronic vaginal stimulation has been found to cause chronic back and leg pain. Structural cramps, headache, and arthritis pain relieve Most women experience genital arousal.

Sexual intercourse increases a person’s libido at least once a week, which also improves his or her sex life. Repeated sex can also improve blood flow and elasticity in women’s sexual organs. All these things give them a better sexual experience.

Sexual intercourse once a week reduces the risk of hypertension. Various research has proven that intercourse can reduce the risk of hypertension.

Reduces the risk of prostate cancer. It has been scientifically proven that men who have sex frequently have a lower risk of prostate cancer than others.

Often, stress can be significantly reduced with orgasm. Brain chemical is released during sexual stimulation, which helps restore your reward system and brain pleasure.

Once you release a hormone called prolactin through your orgasm, you will enjoy better sleep. It helps you to sleep and relax after orgasm.

If you consider swinging couples and single couples in the context of enjoying these emotions, you will find that the simple attitude of those who are happy with their sex life is that they enjoy these benefits more than monogamous couples. Is. Swingers are not only physically but also mentally strong, which allows them to enjoy their sex life better than single people. They enjoy all aspects of happiness and mental capacity, including creative ability, adaptation to changing circumstances, flexible and vague thinking. Swinging couples enjoy sex and sex more openly than monogamous couples.

Single people are usually strict about their sex life and for this reason they cannot enjoy sexual contact with themselves or their partner. They are usually caught in toxic jealousy because their fears about particular gestures or behavior may end their relationship. Many of these couples believe that after marriage, the day of sexual bliss sets them apart and settled with their spouses. So, monogamous couples cannot reap the benefits of swinging couples as freely as they can.

Therefore, swinging couples can enjoy orgasm more effectively than monogamous couples because their approach to their sex life is very different from that of the latter.


Sexual Dysfunction Following Childbirth: Results Of A New Study

Mary (not her real name) was thrilled when she discovered that she was pregnant. Her pregnancy was uneventful and she delivered a 7 pound 15 ounce infant at UCLA Medical Center. She recovered physically quickly from the experience; however, after her six week postpartum checkup, she discovered that her libido had dropped to nil. According to a new Canadian study, many women have a similar experience.

A number of previous studies have reported on physical factors regarding postpartum sexuality; however, this study focused on the impact of psychological factors on the resumption and frequency of sexual intercourse. The aim of the study was to assess current sexual functioning and sexual behavior in women with and without symptoms of postpartum depression. Women who had postpartum follow-up were recruited over a 12-month period; they completed questionnaires assessing sexual functioning, current sexual behavior, and mental health. For evaluation, the following tests were used:

The Female Sexual Function Index (FSFI); the Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS); and items assessing current sexual behaviors. A total of 77 women completed and returned their questionnaire packages (mean postpartum weeks: 13; range: 3-24). A total of 57 women (74%) had engaged in sexual activity with a partner in the four weeks prior to completing the questionnaire. The mean FSFI score was 23.0 (range: 6-34), with 37 women (65%) scoring in the range associated with clinical sexual dysfunction.

When compared to non-depressed women, women with elevated EPDS scores were found to have significantly lower total FSFI, arousal, orgasm, and satisfaction FSFI subscale scores. According to the authors, this finding suggested more problematic sexual functioning. The authors concluded that a significant number of women experience sexual problems in the postpartum period; furthermore, these problems are particularly pronounced among women with symptoms of postpartum depression. They recommended further, long-term studies to better understand the relationship between sexual dysfunction and depression among postpartum women, and to identify implications for prevention and treatment of both conditions.

In some cases, the mere fact of being aware that other new mothers have a similar problem can be helpful. Talking about the problem with one’s partner also can be helpful. Many obstetrician/gynecologists can provide beneficial council. They also can direct you to the appropriate resource if more intensive care is indicated. Sexual dysfunction can destroy a marriage. In some cases, postpartum depression can destroy a life: some women become suicidal.


Oscars Swag Bag: Women Reclaim Sexual Confidence With The O-Shot

The woes of female sexuality are no longer a subject so taboo that is it must be relinquished to very private conversations behind closed doors or never uttered at all. Along with higher salaries and a seat at the head of the boardroom, women are reclaiming their sexual confidence and commanding the pleasure they so deserve in the bedroom. However, embracing sexual health doesn’t come so easy for many women – childbirth, monthly hormonal fluctuations and symptoms of menopause are additional obstacles that, like mental or emotional anguish, can singe sexual function and impair the orgasm system.

While male sexual dysfunction occurs with aging as well, solutions to impairment have quickly made their way into the medical mainstream: Viagra, Cialis, Trimix, penile pumps and, most recently, testosterone therapy. But, what about the women?

Hormonal fluctuations can affect a woman at any age or stage in life, causing pain during sex, vaginal dryness and low libido. And, only a very small percentage of women – approximately 20 percent – even experience vaginal orgasms, leaving many women less satisfied with sex than their partners. Stats show that 43 percent of women in the U.S. suffer from sexual dysfunction, but researchers estimate this number is much higher – in the range of 60 percent – due to the number of cases that go unreported. Treatments have been experimental at best in recent years, and many have failed to address the needs of a majority of women. Until now.

The O-Shot is the revolutionary new solution to sexual dysfunction in women – and it’s not hard to guess what the “O” stands for.

Harper’s Bazzar calls it the “new treatment for the bedroom blues,” while on Good Morning America, one patient said of the treatment, “all I can say is, wow!”

The O-Shot is the brainchild of Vampire Facelift creator, Dr. Charles Runels, and uses the same technology – platelet rich plasma (PRP) – to rejuvenate the female orgasm system. The O-Shot has been shown to improve orgasm, treat vaginal dryness and improve sexual desire. Whether your sexual wellbeing is suffering a little or a lot, you can heal damaged tissue or embrace a whole new sexual experience that you never imagined possible.

The O-Shot is an organic, proprietary blend of ingredients, including PRP, sourced from your own blood. The entire procedure takes no more than 20 minutes in the doctor’s office, requires no down time and produces results within days.

The O-Shot will likely become the “it” procedure this year, not only because of its effectiveness, but because it is rumored to be the coveted gift in the Oscar Swag bags in 2014. Along with sweeping Academy Award nominations, top celebrities will also be experiencing fireworks in the bedroom.

In South Florida, you don’t have to travel far to embrace your sexual prowess. You can find the O-Shot in Fort Lauderdale at Doctors Studio, a sexual wellness practice, owned and operated by Dr. Lisbeth Roy, certified physician and top educator of PRP technology and treatments. Doctors Studio not only offers the O-Shot, but the Priapus Shot, as well – the male version of the effective treatment. Now, men and women, alike, can experience a radiant, new sex life at any age and any stage in life.


Diabetes reported to impact sexual satisfaction in women

According to the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, diabetes is a major healthcare concern Angelenos. Since 1977, it has been the sixth leading cause of death in the county; since 1999, it has become an important cause of premature death (before age 75). Diabetics are more susceptible to a host of medical problems including cardiovascular disease and impaired vision. Another complication for diabetic women was reported in the August 2012 edition of the journal Obstetrics and Gynecology. Researchers affiliated with the University of California (San Francisco) and Kaiser Permanente Northern California (Oakland) reported on the impact of diabetes on sexual satisfaction in women.

The researchers noted that diabetes mellitus is an established risk factor for sexual dysfunction in men; however, its effect on female sexual function is poorly understood. Therefore, they examined the relationship of diabetes to sexual function in middle-aged and older women. Sexual function was examined in a group of ethnically diverse women aged 40–80 years using self-administered questionnaires. The questionnaires covered the following topics: sexual desire, frequency of sexual activity, overall sexual satisfaction, and specific sexual problems (difficulty with lubrication, arousal, orgasm, or pain). The study participants included insulin-treated diabetic women, non–insulin-treated diabetic women, and non-diabetic women. In addition, the relationships between diabetic end-organ complications (heart disease, stroke, renal dysfunction, and peripheral neuropathy) and sexual function were evaluated.

The study group included 2,270 participants (age: 55 ± 9.2 years); 1,006 (44.4%) were non-Latina white, 486 (21.4%) had diabetes, and 139 (6.1%) were taking insulin. Compared with 19.3% of non-diabetic women, 34.9% of insulin-treated diabetic women had a 2.04-fold decrease in overall sexual satisfaction; 26.0% of non–insulin-treated diabetic women had a 1.42-fold decrease in overall sexual satisfaction. Among sexually active women, insulin-treated diabetic women were more likely to report problems with lubrication (2.37 times more likely) and orgasm (1.80 times more likely) than non-diabetic women. Among all diabetic women, end-organ complications such as heart disease, stroke, renal dysfunction, and peripheral neuropathy were associated with decreased sexual function in at least one area.

The authors concluded that, compared with non-diabetic women, diabetic women are more likely to report low overall sexual satisfaction. Insulin-treated diabetic women also appeared to be at higher risk for problems such as difficulty with lubrication and orgasm. They noted that prevention of end-organ complications may be important in preserving sexual activity and function in diabetic women.

Take home message:

End-organ complications are more common in diabetics with poor control; thus, this study points to one more problem that can occur in diabetic women. Good control of diabetes plus appropriate lifestyle choices (i.e., avoidance of obesity, healthy diet, and exercise) will facilitate a longer and more satisfactory life.