YES! There is no rule to how many orgasms a person can or should have in one day.
There is nothing wrong with wanting to orgasm every day. Orgasms can make you feel good, relaxed, excited, energized, satisfied, attractive, connected, a bunch of other fabulous sensations—who wouldn’t want to experience one every day?
As Marilyn Monroe said, “Think of [an orgasm as] a light switch with a rheostat control. As you begin to turn it on, the bulb begins to get bright, then brighter, and brighter and finally in a blinding flash is fully lit. It is so good…”
As far as having an orgasm every day—if you have the time, the desire, the privacy, and/or a willing partner, then go for it. There is no medical reason not to. It won’t hurt your body, make you crazy, or inflict any other bizarre rumors you may have heard.
When is it not “ok” to orgasm every day? When/if you become obsessed. If you get to the point where orgasms are all you can think about, you alter plans to ensure they happen, and your life is negatively affected by them, then that’s something to examine.
10 facts about people and orgasms:
- Orgasms can relieve headache pain.
- Studies show that males orgasm 59 percent of the time while their partner is screaming in ecstasy.
- The use of a condom doesn’t affect quality of an orgasm.
- One of the best times for a woman to orgasm is when she is having her period– the increased blood circulation to the pelvic region helps.
- The most female orgasms recorded by doctors, William Hartman and Marilyn Fithian, were 134 within a single hour!
- 30% of women have trouble reaching orgasm.
- 1 in every 1250 men can ejaculate by deliberately concentrating on sexual fantasies without any genital manipulation whatsoever.
- Researchers have recorded examples of people who have engaged in sexual intercourse twice a day for 30 years.
- Valeria Messalina , the wife of Roman Emperor Claudius, was one of the busiest lovers and had 8,000 sexual encounters (we assume complete with orgasm) and used her venerable position to compel subordinates to fulfill her sexual desires.
- Orgasms get better with age.
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