Regardless of the controversial medical, physiological or cultural definition of orgasm, men and women around the world desire to reach it often during sex. There are people who have never experienced it and others who have delighted themselves with multiple ones.
A person is diagnosed with Orgasm Dysfunction when he or she have never had an orgasm or have had at least one in the past, but is currently unable to have them. Other characteristics of Orgasm Dysfunction is when it takes longer than the person wants to reach it, or has only “unsatisfying” sensation with the few orgasms they are able to reach.
Studies show that the majority of patients diagnosed with Orgasm Dysfunction suffer from a decline of Oxytocin.
What is oxytocin?
Oxytocin is a hormone produced at the base of the brain and stored in the posterior pituitary, from where it pulses out when required, which is during childbirth and during sexual activity.
Oxytocin is release by males and females during orgasm and is considered by many to be the hormone of orgasm, desire, love, cuddle, anxiety, trust, social recognition and pair bonding.
The administration of certain doses of Oxytocin has been shown to be a satisfactory answer for most of men and women Orgasm Dysfunctions. If you aren’t satisfied with the quality or lack of orgasm during sexual activities, you have one more reason to schedule your consultation today, and find out if products containing Oxytocin is right for you as well as explore other alternatives that will definitely make sex more desirable and pleasant for you and your partner.