The Benefits of Using a Vibrator

The Benefits of Using a Vibrator

2020 was quite an interesting year, to say the least. With the fallout from a global pandemic sweeping across the entire planet, millions of people adopted new habits such as social distancing, quarantine, and zoom meetings. This meant that a host of distractions were sought after by those who found themselves stuck indoors. Believe it or not, 2020 coincidentally saw an unprecedented rise in vibrators. While some might fight this bit of information to be quite interesting, the correlation is somewhat expected. Oddly enough, the theatrical conclusion of the 50 Shades of Grey trilogy two years prior led to an unexpected boom of devices meant to be used in sadomasochism. Whether or not practitioners used phrases such as “kinky fuckery” is purely a matter of conjecture. 

The interesting influence from pop culture and world events on our sexual practices aside, the usage of a vibrator is considered by many experts in the field of human sexuality to be very beneficial to sexual and mental health. So, whether you enjoy loving yourself or using one with your partner, it’s time to fire up that pocket rocket and tickle your fancy. (among a few other areas.) 

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Using a Vibrator on a Regular Basis Improves Mental Health and Sleep Patterns

It’s 2022. The act of masturbation is no longer a social stigma or taboo subject to be spoken about in whispers and when no one else is listening. As a matter of fact, suppression of the subject only reinforces the repression of sexuality brought about by generations of puritanical conditioning. Masturbation is in fact, healthy, and normal, and has several benefits that don’t get discussed enough. 

Two essential chemicals for healthy brain activity are oxytocin and dopamine. Not surprisingly, the release of both occurs during the act of loving oneself. Both chemicals help regulate mental health. Oxytocin is particular to the relief and stressors that have a negative effect on our normal day. This chemical is most prominent and at its most potent during the experience of an orgasm. Other chemicals that are produced by a touch of a vibrator are prolactin, which causes internal relief and aids in a good night’s sleep. And studies have also concluded that masturbation produces a significant number of endorphins which can help alleviate physical pain. 

Expansion of the Mind 

We’ve already touched upon the release of various chemicals in the brain during masturbation. Because a vibrator is primarily used on the female clitoris, a direct link to the human brain is established. While it seems virtually implausible, there are over 8,000 nerve endings attached to the clitoris that has a direct pathway to the human brain. The two of them are linked through a series of pathways known as neural receptors. During the act of masturbation, the sensation experienced on these nerve endings is transmitted to the human brain, causing a euphoric sensation. Some doctors have determined that this actually opens up a conversation between the mind and body and allows for a better understanding of both. 

Two’s Company…Not to Mention Exciting 

While we tend to think vibrators are only being used during the act of self-pleasure, there really are no guidelines as to how they can be used…or just how many people can be involved. Introducing a vibrator into play between you and your partner can be exciting, stimulating, and greatly expand your sexuality. A common misconception about any toy used for masturbation is that its ultimate intention is to replace the interaction of a partner. Nothing could be further from the truth. 

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A toy built for pleasure cannot replace human interaction and the emotional bond that two individuals share with one another. As a matter of fact, introducing the vibrator into the chemistry that the two of you already share can help tear down the mysteries and wonder of what happens during the private act. Putting your vibrator in your partner’s hands and allowing them to explore your genitalia with it can open a whole new world in terms of pleasure and intimacy. 

Explore New Horizons 

While we tend to think of medical science as complete, the human body, in particular, the brain and sexuality as a whole is an untapped reserve of knowledge that’s still unexplored. Sexuality itself is a field where new discoveries are constantly being made and new boundaries are continually shattered. Masturbation is far more than the act of self-pleasure; it’s an act of self-discovery. Aside from awakening areas of your sexuality that were previously unknown, you might find yourself unlocking something within yourself that you never knew existed. 

A Deeper Appreciation for Genitalia 

Whether you prefer using a vibrator or your clitoris, vulva, or the g-spot, the act is somewhat akin to holding communion. Think about it—for centuries, female genitalia was thought of as nothing more than the source of reproduction. While primitive cultures considered them sacred due to their monthly menstruation cycle coinciding with the moon, this belief was later cast aside as nothing more than pagan mythology. By pleasuring yourself, you reclaim this territory and celebrate it as the glorious wonder it always was. The human body is a work of art, and should always be appreciated and revered as such. 

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The benefits and advantages of using a vibrator during the act of masturbatory self-love are indeed numerous and enjoyable. At Jack & Jill Adult, we have an expansive inventory that’s constantly growing by leaps and bounds.  Not only do we carry vibrators, but also toys for girls and boys, especially the ones that so many enjoy. We also understand the importance of discretion and privacy when it comes to our customers’ sex lives. This is why we practice anonymity with everything we ship, and we won’t charge any shipping fees for any order over $60. For a complete list of our products, upcoming sales, and more tasty and titillating articles such as the one you’ve just read, don’t be shy…visit us at jackandjilladult.com.

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