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Anorgasmia: The Female Epidemic
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One of every six women has never experienced an orgasm in her lifetime. Are you a member of this not-so-elite club? Don't you find it odd that a condition impacting so many women receives so little mention in the media? It's far too easy to observe that anorgasmia is shoved under the rug with the all-encompassing excuse that it involves too many physical and psychological factors to arrive at a "cure" for every victim.
Major factors in anorgasmia
- Neural: The network of pelvic nerves may not communicate sufficient sexual stimulation to produce an orgasm. You can feel genital manipulations, but the stimulation is muted.
- Muscular: The female orgasm is highly dependent upon strong pelvic floor contractions. If the PC muscle (the major pelvic floor player) is weak, the orgasm simply will not happen. In addition, bear in mind that the vagina is a muscular canal. Without good muscle tone, vaginal sensitivity (especially during intercourse) is greatly reduced...making it difficult to start building an orgasm.
- Clitoral hypersensitivity: What an irony! You have a condition which screams for more genital stimulation, yet one of the problems can be a clitoris that's too sensitive! Now that you've filed that fact away, here's another one for you: seventy percent of women don't achieve orgasm during intercourse! To make up for this, they count on clitoral manipulation (masturbation or cunnilingus) to reach climax. In other words, these women would have no orgasm if their clitoris were too sensitive.
- Nice girls don't: Is this the message you constantly received while growing up? No doubt, your parents were trying to prevent everyone concerned from an embarrassing juvenile pregnancy...but your orgasm may have been "locked up" in the process. Women with anorgasmia frequently report that they don't know how to give themselves "permission" to have a sexual release. The message that sex is too dirty for a nice girl has left an indelible mark, with no easy way to reverse the ill effects.
E-Stim can help...
Let's see how e-stim might help with each of the above factors:
- Neural: Your pelvic nerves may not have a volume knob, but the e-stim power box sure does! The "louder" stimulation may be sufficient for putting you on the path to orgasm.
- Muscular: Kegel exercises will strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. The rewards of doing Kegel's go far beyond achieving your first orgasm.
- Clitoral hypersensitivity: When it comes to the clitoris, e-stim carries a marvelous advantage. You can stimulate the clitoris without ever having to touch it! Also bear in mind that with e-stim, women have the option of a vaginal orgasm too. These articles will elaborate:
- Nice girls don't: In Currently Aroused, we explain that the brain does not necessarily perceive e-stim as sexual until after a few orgasms. Adopt the viewpoint that e-stim is a "clinical" procedure (consider having your partner "perform the procedure" on you). The mental routine that we coach in Currently Aroused offers you the focus so vital to constructing your climax.
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