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25 Top Tips to Have More and Better Orgasms

Sex therapist Dr. Natasha Valdez, author of Vitamin O: Why Orgasms Are Vital to a Woman’s Happiness, and How to Have Them Every Time, chatted with The Stir and gave them her 25 top tips for having more and better orgasms.

Anyone who thinks that orgasms don’t matter is probably not having as many of them as they should. Orgasms are pretty nifty and feel so good, but they are also part of a healthy lifestyle for any woman.

Sex therapist Dr. Natasha Valdez is famous for touting why orgasms are so good. Her new book — Vitamin O: Why Orgasms Are Vital to a Woman’s Happiness, and How to Have Them Every Time — came out May 1. In it, Dr. Natasha explains the health benefits of regular orgasms, which include:

  • Relaxation – less stress and tension
  • Falling asleep and staying asleep better
  • More supple skin
  • Lower risk of heart disease Immunity boost
  • Reduced hunger and cravings for junk food

The problem is, not all of us are having them. In fact, 10 to 15 percent of women never climax under any circumstances.

Dr. Natasha can help change that. She chatted with The Stir and gave us her 25 top tips for having more (and better) orgasms. Read more

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