Arousal, Orgasm and Sleep

Trouble getting to sleep? You’re not alone– sleep disorders plague millions of people. You may not be surprised to hear there’s evidence that sexual stimulation and a good orgasm can help.

Sexual stimulation and orgasm help you sleep by causing your brain to secrete neurochemicals that induce sleep. For instance, sexual stimulation and arousal send a signal to release dopamine, which helps kill pain and leads to relaxation.

In addition, orgasms release oxytocin, which induces sleepiness within 20-30 minutes in women and two to five minutes in men.

The most effective way to improve your brain’s ability to generate powerful orgasms and profound sleep is to eat well, exercise regularly and use targeted advanced hypnotic methods to improve sensuality, orgasm, and sleep. Hypnotism can slip past conscious mental states associated with the frontal lobes and deliver deep messages that can transform the body’s responses. The latest in brain imaging techniques such as PET scans and fMRI scans show hypnotic programs stimulating brain centers that control specific responses and behaviors.