The Art of Female Masturbation
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The Art of Female Masturbation

One of the most important philosophies I live by, and am keen to teach, is that you have to learn to love yourself first, before you can expect anyone else to.

Beauty really does come from within, and a confident, self-assured person exudes powers of attraction a thousand times more fatal than someone who is yet to know themselves.

It's very important to put aside some 'me' time, to concentrate on attending to your individual needs, by self-pleasuring.

Regardless of whether you're in a solid relationship, are happily single, or are on the lookout for new excitement, it's important to reacquaint yourself with your own body from time to time.

Exploring what turns you on, experimenting with different toys, and really using your imagination can have a significant impact, not just on your love life but on you as a person.

Making time for yourself is one of the most fundamental ingredients in both maintaining a successful relationship with yourself and others, and opening yourself up to new ones.

You can experiment on your own, and maybe discover a few surprises about what really makes you tick, or share playtime with a partner, for double the fun.

As one of the best ways to explore and get to know your own body, masturbation is one of life's essential pleasures.

It gives us not only a quick-fix in the orgasm department, but it's also a vital way for both singles and couples to find out what gets you off.

Masturbation shouldn't just be about having a quickie in the bathroom or underneath the sheets; it can be so much more than that.

Whether you're working solo, or want to get your hands on a loved one, exploring different ways of exciting yourself (and each other), can have all kinds of benefits from achieving a better understanding of how your body works to getting rid of previously-held inhibitions, taboos and other social barriers that society still insists on putting in our way.


Health Benefits of Masturbating

• Masturbation helps prevent cervical infections and helps relieve urinary tract infections.

• Masturbation is associated with improved cardiovascular health and lower risk of type-2 diabetes.

• Masturbation can help work against insomnia naturally, through hormonal and tension release.

• Orgasm increases pelvic floor strength.

• Improves your mood.

• Relieves stress.

• Strengthens your relationship with yourself.

• Strengthens sexual relationship with partner.


Get Stronger Orgasms

If you want to unlock the secrets to amazing orgasms then exercise your kegels for better and stronger orgams!

The stronger your PC (pubococcygeus) muscles are the deeper your orgasms and the easier orgasms are to achieve.

Kegel exercises help to strengthen and tone your PC muscles. These muscles are attached to your pelvic bone and hold in your pelvic organs.

Working out your PC muscles are not only great for better orgasms but a must for women who have given birth or getting older as these muscles are what hold up your organs and can help prevent prolapse (displacement) of pelvic organs.

Below are exercises to try out either using your fingers, your PC muscles, a Gyneflex or kegel balls.

Each exercise works differently with varying results so find the one that works best for you or try out two or all of them for some variety.

Aim to do kegel exercises every day or at least for two months straight then three days a week. Make it a part of your daily routine as you do for brushing your teeth, taking a shower, etc.

Benefits of strong PC muscles:

• If you want to have your PC muscles return to their pre-pregnancy strength then practice your kegel workouts while you're pregnant so you'll recover faster after childbirth.

Also, having strong PC muscles can prevent tears during childbirth because of increased elasticity in them.

• Having strong PC muscles can prevent vaginal prolapse of your pelvic organs which can happen to women after childbirth, menopause, old age or a hysterectomy.

When your pelvic muscles weaken over time or from childbirth they can slip out of place but you can help prevent this from happening by doing your kegel workouts.

• Sometimes women suffer from incontinence or leaking urine when they cough or sneeze after childbirth or with age.

But you can reverse or lessen it by working out your PC muscles and making them stronger.

• With stronger PC muscles you can have better orgasms with stronger orgasmic contractions and they may help some women who have difficulty reaching orgasms finally have them.

• Stronger PC muscles can prevent or treat fecal incontinence which is a common problem in people who've had surgery or suffer from inflammatory bowel disease.

How to do Kegel exercises:

• Using Your PC Muscles:

This exercise you can do anywhere but if you feel more comfortable you can do it in the privacy of your own home.

They won't take up any of your time during the day as you can do them while brushing your teeth, blow drying your hair, during yoga, at the office, at the dentist, while waiting in line and just about anywhere else as no one will be able to tell what you're doing.

Start by contracting the muscle you would use to stop urination.

If you're having problems finding your PC muscle then go to the toilet to urinate.

When your flow begins, try to stop it completely.

Then relax your muscle to continue urinating and start and stop again. This is your PC muscle that I want you to use when practicing your kegel workouts but without peeing.

Once you've found your PC muscle then contract, squeeze and hold it lightly for five seconds.

Then release the muscle fully for another five seconds. Repeat ten times for three repetitions.

• Using Your Fingers

Insert your index and middle finger into your vagina and open your fingers like a V. Use your PC muscles as described above to squeeze your fingers together and hold for five seconds.

Then release your muscles and fingers and relax for five seconds. Repeat ten times for three repetitions.

• Using a Gyneflex

If you don't care to insert your fingers in your vagina then you can use a Gyneflex, Kegelmaster or anything similar to them.

These are very simple to use and very effective. It acts as a resistance device that you insert into your vagina then use your PC muscles to squeeze the device together.

Start by squeezing and holding for five seconds then release for five seconds.

You can also mix it up with ten quick squeezes. Repeat ten times for three repetitions.

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• Using Kegel Balls

If all of the above seems like too much work for you then try using kegel balls.

All you have to do is insert them into your vagina and wear them for one to two hours a day.

The balls do all the work as you don't even have to think about them once they're inside of you.

The balls are weighted so once inside of you your PC muscles involuntarily contract to hold them in.

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