We know that orgasms are pleasurable, but here are some fun facts about orgasms that you may not know.

The Ultimate Guide to a Multi-Orgasmic Life

The Ultimate Guide to a Multi-Orgasmic Life

1.) Orgasms are good for you. Orgasms reduce stress, make you feel happier and can even make you look and feel younger. When you orgasm, your body releases oxytocin, corticosteroids, and endorphins. These natural chemicals can reduce pain, elevate mood, and strengthen the immune system.

2.) Get vocal about it. Making noise can help make orgasms stronger and better for both genders. Studies show that women are usually quieter until their male partner nears climax. Releasing your inhibitions and getting vocal pays off. Through breath work, you're moving energy, which leads to more intense and satisfying orgasms.

3.) There's a muscle that when strengthened make orgasms better for both men and women. By tightening the pubococcygeus (PC) muscles in your pelvic region, also known as Kegel exercises, your orgasms can become infinitely stronger, better, and assist you and your sweetie with becoming multi-orgasmic.

4.) Orgasms get better with age for women. Women in their forties and fifties are both more comfortable in and have a better knowledge of their bodies. For these reasons, their orgasms are often stronger and more satisfying than when they were in their twenties and thirties.

5.) In addition to clitoral orgasms, a woman can have an orgasm from another pleasure spot. The G-spot, named after the man who first mentioned this pleasure center, Dr. Ernest Grafenberg, can be found along the front wall of the vagina. Stimulation of this little ridged area can lead to some very intense orgasms.

6.) Variety is the spice of life, and this is especially true for better, stronger orgasms in women. Dual stimulation of the clitoris and G-spot can lead to more satisfying orgasms. Also, studies show that once a woman has reached climax, the clitoris can become too sensitive to the touch, so using a different technique than the one that just brought about her climax is more likely to lead to multiple orgasms.

7.) The better you know your body and arousal cycles, the more orgasmic you can be. It's gratifying to know that women who self pleasure are more likely to come to frequent, potent orgasmic fulfillment.

8.) Communication helps your relationship both in and out of the bedroom. Studies show that women who are able to give clear instructions to her partner will be far more likely to have orgasms.

9.) Both men and women can be multi-orgasmic. The body is wired for immense pleasure, and both men and women can learn to become multi-orgasmic. Tried and true techniques have been handed down for thousands of years to teach men how to orgasm without ejaculating, helping to bridge the arousal time gap between men and women.

10.) These same multi-orgasmic techniques can also lead to full-body orgasms. Advanced breath work combined with strong pc muscle contractions move sexual energy throughout the body for intensely pleasurable full-body orgasms.

Antonia Hall is an author, self-improvement expert, spiritual teacher, artist and longtime blogger. Ms. Hall graduated cum laude from Dominican University, where she received a B.A. in Psychology. She received her M.A. at the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology in California. Her book, The Ultimate Guide to a Multi-Orgasmic Life is available now on Amazon UK.