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Too Much Fun?! - Things You Don’t Know About Over Use of Vibrators

Using vibrators for masturbation is a common topic of conversation among close girlfriends. Many women found vibrator does help them relieve stress and improve her mood especially relieved them from having an obligated sex partner. Most sex therapists also agreed that excessive use of vibrators could habituate the autonomic nervous system to adopt such stimulation that no male can match it resulting less satisfaction after sexual intercourse.

Vaginal & Clitoral Desensitization

Considering the skin serves as a neuroendocrine organ for neurotransmitter and hormonal production, vaginal and cervical skin damaged by excessive vibrator use can disturb its neuroendocrine function, causing vaginal scarring and loosening and leading to vaginal and clitoral desensitization.

Hormonal Imbalance

Overuse of a vibrator can trigger a chronic elevation of prolactin, imbalance secretion of dopamine, norepinephrine, and ephinephrine which would resulted in the disturbance of both pituitary and ovarian functions.
When pituitary and ovarian function are disturbed, it acted a toxic organ that started influenced many other parts of body that have various hormone receptors, like a ripple effects. In this condition, the arteries become inflamed, constricting blood flow to the brain.  These narrowed arteries require high blood pressure to pump sufficient oxygen to your brain.  This can result in hypertension, headaches, migraine, blurred version, gum inflammation, sleeping disorder, ear ringing, brain disorders, body or joint pains and inflammation, liver and kidney inflammation, and uterus, cervix, bladder and urethra disorders.

Excessive use of a vibrator can exhaust the ovarian function and induce menstrual disorders. Frequent and harsh abrasion to the vaginal and cervical area using a vibrator or sex toy increase the production of excessive stress hormones, prostaglandin E-2, epinephrine (Adrenaline Rush), and progesterone.
It is essential for a woman's sex organs to produce sufficient prostaglandins to relax her vaginal and uterine muscles and cervical and clitoral tissues.  In addition, her parasympathetic nerve endings must produce sufficient nitric oxide to erect her clitoris and urethral spongy tissues.  Otherwise, her clitoris and G-spot become rigid, leading to pain and urinary urgency upon aggressive stimulation.  The clitoral and G-spot erection is the signal for her to stand a high-pressure and high-speed stimulation comfortably and effectively.

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