Who doesn’t want better sex? According to plenty of researchers studying hot issues in sexuality, libido, and orgasms those unhappiest with their sex lives tend to be women. Something like 40% of all women between the ages of 18-59 are believed to have experienced some level of sexual dysfunction manifested as difficulty achieving orgasm, lack of desire, pain during sex, fertility issues, or anxiety issues related to performance.
While not all researchers agree that a lack of heat between the sheets is important enough to warrant a “cure”, I’m guessing the average women would.
Nutrition journals are replete with studies and anecdotal evidence suggesting that “you are what you eat” and that the key to a healthy life is through a healthy diet.
Studies like those based on the work of Marrena Lindberg, an environmental researcher and author of Orgasmic Diet offer a unique course of action for women looking for better orgasms. These studies focus on recently discovered fish oil benefits like boosting dopamine and serotonin levels in the brain — both of which play significant roles in behavior and sexual desire.
Researchers already know that omega-3s (the active ingredients in fish oil) help improve blood circulation, and are beginning to explore results that mirror those seen by those taking traditional male enhancement drugs like Viagra.
Lindberg is careful to point out that women can pursue other alternative avenues to tackle a lackluster sex life, such as doing pelvic exercises (kegels). But what’s the point in exercising if you’re just going to feed your body garbage?
If you’re really interested in having better orgasms, treating the problem and not the symptom, and taking control of your own cure, then you’re going to have to do more than pick up some random fish oil supplement from your health food aisle.
Other factors like specific concentrations of EPA & DHA omega-3s, hormones, and complimentary diet approaches will surely effect your success rate. If you’re new here, ask Marshall about how to get in touch with me for more information.