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For Females Masturbation: 5 Things You May Not Know (MUST READ)

1. It’s good for you. Masturbating increases bloodflow throughout your body and releases feel-good brainchemicals called endorphins. “That may explain why there’s a clear mood benefit, even if you don’t orgasm,” says Prause, a s.exuality researcher at UCLA. And while men are more likely to talk about blowing off steam by masturbating, research suggests it’s a stress-reliever for both s.exes. “It takes your mind [off your worries] while activating areas of the brainassociated with pleasure,” Prause says.

2. It improves your sex life.
 Masturbation can make you s.exually comfortable and confident. “It puts you in touch with your desires and gives you the chance to get to know your own body,” says s.exuality educator Yvonne K. Fulbright, PhD. “Experimenting with what feels good and makes you respond positively can lead to better s.xual experiences, both alone and with a partner.” If you have trouble reaching orgasm, it’s a private, stress-free way to try different types of touch and pressure to see what helps you climax, Fulbright says

 3. It can ease postmenopause s.ex problems.
 Many women see changes during menopause. Masturbation can help, says Judi Chervenak, MD, a gynecologistat Montefiore Medical Center in New York City. “The vagina can actually narrow, which can make intercourse and vaginal exams more painful.” But masturbation, especially with a water-based lubricant, can help prevent narrowing, boost blood female masturbation flow, relieve some tissue and moisture problems, and increase s.exual desire, Chervenak says.

 4. It doesn’t have to be quick (or end with an orgasm).
 The media may suggest otherwise, but masturbation isn’t just a “quickie” experience. That’s OK. “Rushing can make it less enjoyable, and so can focusing too much on orgasm,” Fulbright says. “Give yourself time to touch all parts of your body or try different positions, and don’t feel pressure to climax.”

 5. Toys can help.
 Nearly half of women between the ages of 18 and 60 have used a sextoy like a dildo or vibrator, according to a survey by Ashley Leonard at Robert Morris University. If you’ve had trouble reaching orgasm and want to climax, a vibrator (which stimulates the nerve endings in the clitoris) may be helpful. Don’t worry whether it will lead to sexproblems later down the line, Prause says. “Put simply, if it feels good, go for it.”
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