National Orgasm Day is a celebration that celebrates sexual climax and raises awareness for issues surrounding sexual climax. There is a lot about orgasms that we still don’t understand, and sadly not everyone gets to climax. The pleasure gap is real. Only 33% of women reach an orgasm every time during male-female sexual encounters versus 75% of men – and 30% of women have trouble climaxing at all. Satisfying sex is an essential part of a woman’s overall physical and emotional wellbeing at any age. With so much attention on men’s sexual health this past decade, Cliovana focuses on women, specifically the clitoris, with an acoustic sound-wave, blood- stimulating solution that is a gentle alternative to rejuvenation surgery. It is an entirely non-invasive treatment that creates a long-term increase in women’s sexual responsiveness and their orgasm frequency and intensity and helps with painful sex and lubrication. As a woman, feeling sexy and having confidence is so important – from what you wear to how you eat, your role as a mom, wife, boss, or employee, and yes, are you having sex and are you orgasming? Sexual healing is a thing and in honor of National Orgasm Day, are you Orgasming?
Many are not aware of all the incredible benefits an orgasm can actually provide other than just “feel good” and many women lose the urge at some point in their life. Good thing to know, you can get your mojo back, ladies! Dr. Caroline Colin, a trained doctor with Cliovana shares benefits of how an orgasm can step up your game, in the bedroom and in life in general!
Better Sleep:Orgasms can help you sleep better! Like a work out, you burn calories and the post-sex rush of the hormone prolactin
Boost Self Esteem: Organisms can help boost your mentality and make you feel more social and happy
Lighten up: Literally, that post sex glow is a thing! Increased blood flow gives a flushed dewy look for those feeling blah – sex can even plump your lips due to increased blood flow
Feeling foggy: An orgasm can actually improve your your brain waves and help with stress and hormones
Feeling distant: An orgasm can actually help you feel closer to your partner and help your relationship emotionally. It releases Oxytocin which operates as a feel-good mechanism for your brain
Is your cycle off: Oddly enough, an orgasm and sex can regulate your menstrual cycles
Feel like you’re getting sick: Yes, sex can release the chemical DHEA, which helps balance your immune system
And the list goes on!
So many benefits, orgasm should be celebrated everyday with how many things we can approve of in our daily lifestyles! Having a hard time climaxing? Dr. Caroline Colin is specialized in helping improve your long-term sexual responsiveness and orgasm frequency and intensity.
Eat Aphrodisiac Foods: Avocados, fish, eggs, dark leafy greens, dark chocolate
Exercise: Circulating your blood flow is so important!
Sex-Educate: educate yourself on the clitoris — and search look into non-invasive technologies such asCliovanahelping stimulate the body’s natural processes, enhancing vascularization and neurogenesis in the clitoris, the area most critical to sexual satisfaction.
Cliovana is a patented soundwave treatment that increases clitoral responsiveness leading to greater sexual satisfaction, increased orgasm, intensity, frequency, and increased arousal and lubrication. This is done with the use of soundwaves which have been used to treat a wide variety of soft tissue issues for 40 years. The soundwaves induce microscopic trauma in tissue, which then stimulates the body’s natural processes for healing. This creates neurogenesis and neovascularization — or in layman’s terms, new blood vessels and nerve endings. Simply put, the sound wave technology boosts the process of regenerating cells in the genitals, resulting in improved blood flow to the clitoris, which increases sensitivity, all leading to more orgasms.
Dr. Caroline Colin is an OB/GYN serving the Santa Monica, California area. Dr. Colin is highly experienced in obstetrics and gynecology. Dr. Colin obtained a Masters Degree in Physiology and Biophysics from Georgetown University, and continued on to receive her Doctor of Medicine Degree. Dr. Colin returned to Los Angeles after medical school and completed a residency in obstetrics and gynecology at UCLA. Dr. Colin’s practice philosophy involves an active patient role and close communication. Her special interests include preventive health through self-awareness in addition to allopathic screening, holistic medicine, maternal-fetal correlation, and minimally invasive surgery. She uses state of the art equipment and up to date evidence-based medicine to provide the best care possible for her patients.