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Whether it’s your first time or you’re experienced in the art of self-pleasure, it can’t hurt to learn a thing or two about masturbation. It is natural to masturbate and there are some things that every woman should know about masturbation.

Whether it’s your first time out or you’re experienced in the art of self-pleasure, it can’t hurt to learn a thing or two about masturbation. Masturbation is healthy, uncomplicated and good for you. It’s every woman’s right to explore themselves and find out what feels good.

It is natural to masturbate and achieve orgasm through masturbation, and to that end there are things every woman should know about masturbation. Read on to find out.

Masturbation Makes You Feel Good 

We know it feels good to masturbate, but did you know that masturbation could really make you feel good even beyond the length of your orgasm? Masturbation to the point of orgasm allows the body to release endorphins.  These endorphins, namely Serotonin and Oxytocin, give the body an overall “feel good” vibe.[1] For women, masturbation may be [2]:

  • a great way to relieve stress,
  • combat depression,
  • relieve the nagging pain of cramps,
  • backache or headache,
  • and may help them to fall asleep. 

Pleasure Your Way To Good Health 

Aside from all of the good feelings you’ll be having, masturbation can actually improve your health.  For women, engaging in regular masturbation can have excellent health benefits. The benefits include [3]:

  • decreasing your risk for breast cancer,
  • building your resistance towards yeast infections,
  • boosting your immune system,
  • improving your fitness level and vitality,
  • boosting your self-esteem,
  • decreasing your risk for depression,
  • increasing your threshold for pain. 

There’s No Safer Sex 

Masturbation is sometimes mislabeled as wrong or shameful in some way. But why? Perhaps masturbation should be thought of as just another way to keep our bodies healthy. After all, you can’t get pregnant from masturbation and you certainly can’t contract any sexually transmitted diseases from masturbation, so no worries.[3] 

It Improves Your Sex Life 

If you are practiced in the art of self-pleasure then you know what you like, and you are aware of what works for you.  When you can achieve an orgasm through masturbation, you can teach the technique that got you there to your partner. If you educate your partner in the ways to arouse you and bring you to climax, your sexual encounters will be much more fulfilling; not only will you more easily achieve orgasm, but your partner will relish in the fact that he or she brought you over the edge. 

Get To Know your Lady Parts 

When you’re engaging in masturbation it’s helpful to know a bit about your vagina. First, the vagina is like a bag of sorts, meaning what goes in must come out. Whatever you place inside will remain inside and will not travel to any other areas of the body. Second, women don’t urinate from the vagina. If you haven’t yet done so, grab a handheld mirror and check out the area. Lastly, play around, take your time and figure out which areas stimulate you and arouse you most, be it the clitoris or the G-spot. 

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