The Importance of Masturbation and Orgasms


Yes, you read that right. I said importance of masturbation. Why? It helps your immune system by increasing antibodies that help fight off colds, flues and infections, which is always important but absolutely critical right now in March of 2020. It’s not the masturbation so much that helps your immunity but rather the orgasm that generally follows it.

What are some of the other health benefits of orgasms?

  • It boosts your libido – the more you participate, the more you increase lubrication, blood flow and elasticity and the more likely you are to want to have sex.
  • It improves bladder control by strengthening pelvic floor muscles.
  • It lowers blood pressure.
  • It counts as exercise by bumping up your heart rate and using various muscles.
  • It lowers heart attack risk by helping keep estrogen and testosterone levels in balance.
  • It lessens pain and can actually block chronic back and leg pain and even reduce menstrual cramps, arthritic pain and headaches.
  • It improves sleep by inducing relaxation and sleepiness.
  • It eases stress. Physical intimacy … even hugging, can release endorphins (the feel good hormone). Arousal releases a brain chemical that revs up your brain’s pleasure and reward system. It can also boost self-esteem and happiness.
  • It can reduce mild depression and anxiety.

We’re supposed to keep 6’ away from everyone other than perhaps who you live with. So for co-habitating couples, continue to have sex and build up that immune system 😉 Having said that, proper hygiene is even more important … wash your hands before and after playtime for … well …. obvious reasons 😉

But if you’re single or your partner is not inclined to join you, then may I strongly suggest that you use whatever means necessary (porn, reading, sexting, video chat with a friend), using fingers, hands or toys (as appropriate), and give yourself some pleasure. You know you’re going to thank me for that afterwards 😉

Masturbation and regular orgasms are especially important for women as we age, and not just for our immunity. When we’re in our 20’s and 30’s and even into our 40’s, we remain pretty juicy. Once we get into perimenopause and especially menopause, it’s a little more challenging. Sometimes orgasms are more difficult to obtain. What’s the big deal about orgasms? They help keep vaginal tissues softened and makes sense way more enjoyable!

And sex (with or without a partner) is great for your health! It helps boost your immune system (yes, I realize I’m harping on this point but that’s how important it is), reduce stress and anxiety (especially important during this pandemic), helps pass the time while we’re trapped indoors (yes, I’m kidding on this part but not really) and keeps the blood and the juices flowing.

What’s your favourite way to masturbate? Hands (or fingers) or do you incorporate toys? Do you have a favourite toy? Do you prefer using them alone or with your partner?

So what are you supposed to do if there are others in the house with you? Wait until they go to bed or lock yourself in the bathroom or bedroom and practice quiet masturbating 😉

Just be sure to practice good hygiene … wash your hands both BEFORE and AFTER you play and if you’re using toys … clean those too with either a toy cleaner or dishwashing soap. Yes … I’m harping on this point too because it’s just that important … especially right now.

One last thing …. ENJOY!!!!


Leave a Reply

Recent Posts


Top 12 Tips to Spice up your Sex Life.