Tabuu Wrap-up: See why a morning orgasm is the sure way to a kick-ass day!
When you start the day off right, it makes a difference in the way you experience it. And what’s better than an orgasm? Why not include it in your morning routine? I mean, coffee is great, don’t get me wrong. But an orgasm is better. If you need convincing, here are 6 benefits of orgasm on the daily:
1. You’ll Experience Less Stress
When you orgasm, you release endorphins such as serotonin and dopamine. This is why you’re so happy, calm, and balanced afterward. When you start the day on such a high note, you will be able to clear your mind more successfully and tackle whatever’s coming with a fresh perspective.
2. You’ll Perform Better at Work
According to a Scottish study, people who orgasm before important speaking engagements feel much more balanced and self-possessed. This is probably due to the fact that cortisol levels are reduced, which helps your performance at work quite a bit.
3. Your Belly Won’t Bloat
Orgasms release oxytocin in your body, which makes you feel incredible, and your cortisol levels also go through the roof. Cortisol is a hormone that doesn’t only reduce stress, but also belly bloat; talk about win/win!
4. Your Brain Activity Will Improve
No one can argue that orgasms are better than Sudoku puzzles, so why not skip it today and play with yourself instead? Orgasms don’t only make happy and fulfilled, they will also improve brain activity and memory. This is thanks to an increase of the DHEA hormone, which provides that amazing skin glow after sex (or masturbation).
5. You’ll Be More Focused
Masturbation provides basically the same benefits as meditation. When you do it on a regular basis and you’re consistent, your mind will change after a while. You will be able to focus, relax, and feel the benefits in every aspect of your life.
Believe it or not, masturbation promotes mindfulness, which is about being in the now, focusing on one thing at a time, and calming your mind. Our brains are constantly processing information and practicing mindfulness teaches us to slow things down and have control over the flow when we’re not meditating.
6. If You Feel Good, Good Things Will Happen
There’s this popular belief that nothing great can be achieved without suffering, that the things that feel bad are good for you. But that’s simply not true! Many things that are good for you and your life will feel amazing.
According to several University of North Carolina studies, pleasurable experiences may set our lives into an upward spiral. In other words: when you feel good, good things happen.
You don’t have to suffer on the road towards reaching your goals. You can do things you find pleasurable and that’s nothing to feel guilty about. Much like eating healthily and exercising, it’s good for you to feel good!
Making orgasm a part of your morning routine is just one of the many things you can do to feel good on a daily basis and become more productive and happier as a result. Give yourself some love, and the rest will follow!