“An orgasm a day keeps the doctor away”, said Mae West, an expert on the subject. The sexual bombshell firmly believed that ascending to the seventh heaven was the best way to keep happy and healthy.
The good news is that, years later, science proved her right: The secret to live a long and happy life is more big orgasms. Quality mind blowing ones, of course. Those which, according to Hemingway in For Whom the Bell Tolls, make you feel that the earth moves beneath you. But not a pitifully little tremor, oh no. A proper earthquake hitting a good 7 on the Richter scale.
The effects of these sensual seismic waves leaving one in a state of total physical and mental zenitude, are an incredible feeling of euphoria and an overall sense of wellbeing.
But that’s not all: Orgasms are the secret to a longer and healthier life. With three a week or more, risks of cardiac events are divided by two for men and by a third for women. They also lower blood pressure and stress levels for up to two weeks after the event. We thank the researchers who declared that, contrary to common belief, in healthy men and women, sexual activity is a protection against heart disease.
(A word of caution: if you have cardio-vascular issues, do not attempt ANY sexual activity, not even kissing, without your cardiologist’s permission.)
A soaring sexual moon landing is good for so many things. Studies using an MRI scanner proved that sexual pleasure makes people happy. When Raymond holds you in his strong and muscular arms, when he whispers sweet nothings into your ear, kisses you, caresses you and voluptuously mingles with you, it activates a pleasure circuit in the brain. When you orgasm, it causes a great spark. These fireworks are due a hormonal revolution boosting your neuromediators, which in turn act on your neurons to take you straight to Nirvana.
You can find out more about these amazing sensual seisms at any age in Les Seniors et le sexe