Struggles with orgasm?
Scientists are also discovering its health benefits: the resulting rush of blood to the head is better for the brain than doing a crossword, one US researcher recently claimed.
It’s also thought to act as a stressbuster, reduce pain and ease depression, while one study even suggested the greater the frequency of orgasms, the longer you’ll live.
Yet only a third of women say they regularly experience one, and one in ten reports never having had one at all.
But why do so many women apparently struggle to experience orgasm? Here, experts reveal the latest thinking…
A few of the most likely suspects research is turning up? Here’s Cole’s Notes version:
But, the key element that caught my eye is that this article is finally recognizing the role of Testosterone for women.
The strange thing is — I had profs talking about this when I was in grad school in the mid-’90s. For some reason though, it’s finally gone main-stream.
The next step is getting some doctors to the place where they are actually willing to prescribe it…