(PRWEB UK) 7 September 2013
Actress Karen Lorre, 51, has recently claimed she has 11 orgasms in one day using the orgasmic meditation or 'om' method, it was reported on August 9th. OMing is a 15-minute practice between two people in which both people focus all their attention on the techniques used and sensations created when bringing a female to orgasm. Ms Lorre, a former playmate, commented “I was already in a place of bliss – I had been doing sit down meditation for 20 years but [OMing] opened up my ability to sense more and more subtle things and my appreciation for men.” (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2386806/Orgasmic-meditation-Actress-Karen-Lorre-claims-11-orgasms-day.html)
With this in mind, being in the wake of National Orgasm Day, Yourwellness Magazine took a closer look at orgasmic functions and asked the question; what is an orgasm? Yourwellness Magazine noted that ‘orgasm’ comes from the Greek word ‘orga’ which means explosion, and this describes the burst of pleasure, bliss, and emotional and physical release that is associated with an orgasm. According to Yourwellness Magazine, “The wide variety of intensity, location and stimulus that contribute to and create orgasm plays a big part of the mystery that many women experience in identifying what an orgasm feels like. Women with orgasm show no bodily response, while others show classic response like vaginal contractions and heart racing.” (http://www.yourwellness.com/2012/12/orgasmic-functions/#sthash.coYhfdSZ.dpuf)
Yourwellness Magazine explained that, as with any skill based human motor function, all bodies come equipped with the tools for orgasm, yet without the proper education and opportunity to practice, many people never successfully achieve the experience. Yourwellness Magazine commented that having an orgasm starts arousal, which begins in the limbic area of the brain where sense of smell intersects with emotional process, memory store and sexuality. Yourwellness Magazine added that there’s a link between having regular orgasms and longevity, so learning how to achieve this could extend a person’s life.
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