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Ditch Your Vibrator, Maybe?

Remember when the Sex and the City girls introduced us all to The Rabbit? I remember how jaws dropped and minds were blown at the very suggestion that women were not only entitled to getting off, but that they could do it any time they wanted—with or without a partner! It was a major cultural moment, and as far as I’m concerned, anything that helps women get in touch with their pleasure and turns them on is fantastic.

But, despite what Hollywood would have us believe, there’s more to the story than relying on a high-powered, battery-operated tech tool for all our needs. If you find yourself hormonally imbalanced and super busy, you might be turning to your vibrator to get the job done fast, so to speak. But what you don’t know is that doing so may rob your body of a key hormone-balancing opportunity.

The Right Way to Get Turned On and Get Off

The problem with vibrators is that they actually bypass the plateau phase of orgasm. The plateau or orgasmic phase is the continuation of your initial arousal, before you climax. The longer the plateau, the more nitric oxide and oxytocin your body produces. This has healing benefits for the whole endocrine system and advantages including a more regular cycle, clearer skin and increased immunity

A vibrator gets you to climax quickly, sure, but you’re missing out on a lot of the goodness of a full orgasmic experience. You also might find you feel too sensitive afterward, meaning you can’t hope for multiple orgasms, and who doesn’t hope for those?!

How to Part With Your Vibrator For Good

Here’s the deal: getting handy gives you way more hormonal bang for your pleasure! Start with 20 minutes of manual stimulation once a week and build from there. Not sure where to start? Don’t be embarrassed—be curious. Here are my five C’s for self-pleasure: 

  • Center – do what you need to do to feel calm and centered: light candles, draw a hot bath, change to fresh sheets on the bed, play music…whatever you like.
  • Circleavoid your nipples, areolae, and clitoris for AT LEAST the first 5 minutes.  Extend this phase as you deepen your practice. Stimulate your inner thighs, hips, inner arms, abdomen, and upper chest with your hands.
  • Clitoris – use a natural lubricant like Aloecadabra or coconut oil on your clitoris. Don’t get me started on putting liquid plastics and other synthetic, toxic chemical products on your lady bits. Just don’t do it. Take time to experience the plateau phase and create a building orgasmic sensation instead of rushing to the climax. This is the phase where all the hormone benefits happen. So if you feel like you might be getting yourself to the climax too soon, slow your roll, back off the finish line and deepen your breathing in your abdomen. Explore your inner labia and areas around the clitoris to see what kinds of sensations you can create for yourself.
  • Climax – when you feel you’re ready to climax, use your hands, or, if you must, but you will most likely not need to, now would be the time to take out the vibrator and set it to the very lowest setting.
  • Calm –  be sure to allow yourself a proper resolution phase. This means staying still and quiet for a few minutes after climax. Relax and put one hand on your heart and the other on your belly. Breathe and just be with yourself for a while to soak in all those sensations.

 

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