Good Vibes: 7 Science Backed Reasons Why Using a Vibrator is Good for Your Health

Unsure about double clicking your own mouse? Great news! Using a vibrator has been proven to put the fun back into fundamentally important for your health.

For decades, both women and men alike had been convinced that if they were to touch themselves intimately, they would become infertile, their genitals would contract some mysterious disease, or they would go blind. Believe it or not, we are being completely serious. These among many, many other insane sounding myths have surrounded and shamed masturbation for eons.

One of the biggest, and most enduring, myths seems to be that women don’t, or shouldn’t, masturbate. For any of the ladies out there that do, you are well aware of just how untrue that statement is. For all of those who don’t dabble in a little solo fun from time to time- maybe you should give it a try. For health.

  • The Right Tool For The Job

Using a vibrator, as approved to other items that weren’t specifically designed as materbatory tools, helps to keep you and your body healthy. Using household objects or questionable food stuffs can introduce harmful bacteria or irritants into the vagina. Buying a vibrator is easier than ever, as there are many places online, like Adult Products India [] – a shop that you can order them online from the comfort of your own home, and have selling vibrators and other sex toys, that shipp them directly to your door – discreetly.

  • Mindful Moods

Orgasms unleash a ton of hormones and neurotransmitters that your body craves, like dopamine, oxytocin, and endorphins. These helpful little chemicals help to regulate mood, sleep, and a number of other standard functions. So if you have a hard time getting to sleep, or feel like your mood could use a little perking up- try reaching for your handy dandy little bullet first, instead of a pill bottle.

  • Pain-free Periods

Orgasms and stimulation from vibrators have shown to reduce pain associated with periods. Masturbation increases blood flow to your pelvis and genitals, giving the area a much needed boost of circulation. According to one study, vagina stimulation raises a woman’s pain thresholds by more than double. The same scientists conducted a similar study and found that nerves in the vagina, clitoris, and cervix have a direct pathway to the brain, even bypassing the spinal cord. Showing that even women with spinal cord injuries can reap the benefits of vaginal stimulation.

  • Kick It Into Overdrive

Frequent orgasms can actually serve to increase a person’s sex drive. Specifically women. Masturbation is also very closely related to self-exploration (duh), so women who masturbate more often not only tend to have healthier sexual appetites but also find sex more satisfying. As they know what they want and how they like to be handled, more so than women who don’t masturbate.

  • Age Old Dilemma

Women who have entered into menopause can often suffer from multiple hormonal imbalances, as well as low sex drive, and problems with lubrication. These problems can leave the skin and genital features dry and fragile- they can even begin to atrophy, or lose muscle tone. Which can then lead to painful and infrequent sex, making it difficult to have intimate relations even if the mood strikes you. Vibrators can serve to increase blood flow and stimulate the body to release surplus of these much needed hormones. Improve the elasticity and lubrication that post-menopausal women are in need of.

  • Checking Under the Hood

Women who masturbate are much more likely to be more involved with their vaginal health. Women who own, or regularly use vibrators report seeing their gynecologist fat more regularly than those who don’t. Showing yourself a little love also gives you an idea of what your vulva feels like normally, making it easier to key in to any abnormalities in form and function that could crop up. Self-checks are a great way to keep a close eye on your personal health- some experts suggest that self vulva checks are just as important as self-breast exams are.

  • Back(teria) in Action

Masturbating can actually keep your vagina and vulva in top shelf health as well as your mood. Masturbation increases the amount of “good bacteria” that exist within the area. A must for good vaginal health. Vaginitis is an extremely common infection that happens when the vaginas pH is thrown off, or when bad bacteria outweighs the good. Self-stimulation increases fluid movement and circulation to your prized area too, which can help flush out nasty bugs that cause UTIs and other uncomfortable irritants.

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Piya C
Piya C is internet savvy health and lifestyle blogger. She covers beauty, relationship, diet and many more topics. #blogger #author Want to connect with me? Follow me. I reply my every DM & tweet.
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Piya C is internet savvy health and lifestyle blogger. She covers beauty, relationship, diet and many more topics. #blogger #author Want to connect with me? Follow me. I reply my every DM & tweet.

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