Easy orgasms are being hailed as an unexpected and very exciting side effect of magnesium creams, lotions, and cosmetics. Combine that with the expected benefits of increasing your magnesium intake, and this libido-boosting mineral is definitely worth adding into your daily routine. So, whether you have trouble orgasming or your orgasms fall flat like the croaking of Bob Dylan’s voice, there is HOPE. Here is everything you need to know about taking magnesium for orgasms.
Having Over The Moon Orgasms With Magnesium
You’ve heard all about the wonderful health benefits of magnesium, such as pain relief, stress-reducing, cramp eliminating, and so on, but let’s talk about the exciting stuff – SEX. As humans, it is in our DNA to be intimate. Unfortunately, if the “parts” aren’t working, whether for you or your partner, it can be hard to fill this desire. A magnesium deficiency could be the problem.
More Free-Roaming Testosterone Equals Higher Excitement
Magnesium makes it more difficult for testosterone to bind to proteins, which causes it to roam freely in your bloodstream. This is exactly what you want when trying to increase your sex drive and orgasms as the higher the levels of free testosterone, the more desire and excitement you have.
But magnesium also helps in the sex life department in many other ways. For example, magnesium is great for pain relief, and it combats anxiety and helps prevent depressive episodes so you can truly enjoy yourself I and out of the bedroom.
Magnesium Is Essential For Great Sex and for Regulating Calcium
Dr. Robert Ornstein & Dr. David Sobel, regional directors for Kaiser Oermanente, the world’s largest health maintenance organization, say that the physiology of sexual excitement in both men and women depends on the ability of blood to flow into the genital glands and into the supporting tissues and muscles of the pelvis. They also say that it is the full engorgement of blood in the muscles and tissues of the pelvis that eventually trigger orgasm. “One reason women, in general, maybe slower to orgasm is that they have a far more complex system of arteries, veins, and capillaries in the pelvic area that must be fully engorged for an orgasm to occur.”
To break that down, when you are not relaxed, you are tense. When you are magnesium deficient you are even more tense, rigid and uptight because magnesium regulates calcium. Calcium makes you rigid, tense and uptight.
Magnesium, on the other hand, relaxes both your muscles and your nervous system. This combats the tension and anxiety, as well as a lack of sex drive and energy that can make it more difficult to orgasm.
Boost Your Libido and Energy with Magnesium
Your energy (ATP) is also dependent on magnesium (Mg-ATP). When you are exhausted all the time, you do not have the energy for extracurricular activities much less sex. Low magnesium levels mean no energy, no fun, no sex. Further iron and copper are dependent on Magnesium and without enough bioavailable copper, Iron can’t be activated and if you don't have enough iron in your blood, your body can't make enough healthy oxygen-carrying red blood cells. Then there are your hormones which are all magnesium-dependent. Low magnesium = low serotonin. Low magnesium=low free testosterone floating around. Free Testosterone gives you that frisky desire! No frisky desire = no desire to have sex. You become A-sexual and join a monastery or become a Munk or Priest and Lord knows you don't want to do that!
Magnesium Helps With Erectile Dysfunction
Perhaps there’s a lack of excitement down below the belt – if you know what we mean. Erectile dysfunction is significantly more common than you think, and it’s no surprise that magnesium deficiency is as well. While there isn’t enough scientific evidence just yet, experts are exploring the possible link between premature ejaculation and low magnesium levels. So, grab some magnesium creams for you and your man to get the best of both worlds.
Improving Your Sex Life With Better, Magnesium-Rich Orgasms
But now what? If you want to start hitting those high notes again with “OMG” orgasms start increasing your magnesium levels. Try our Vital Vortex Magnesium Cream or our Supernova Extra Strength Balms to start hitting those high notes again. They’ll also make your skin super smooth and totally irresistible.
Magnesium Helps With Sleep Which Increases Women’s Libido
Another powerful way to take advantage of using magnesium to improve your sex life and orgasms is the effect it has on your sleep. Studies show that sleeping an extra hour each night increases a woman’s libido. Using magnesium creams before bed time can eliminate restless leg syndrome, anxiety, cramps, and pains that typically keep you up so you can slip into those zzz’s you need. It’s also said that a lack of magnesium in men reduces testosterone; some even say it kills a man’s sex drive. So, grab some magnesium creams for both you and your man for over the moon orgasms.
Extra Magnesium Boosting Tips
Add some fish into your diet to increase your sex drive. Halibut is an affordable and tasty fish that is high in magnesium, making it an excellent food source that increases testosterone levels.
In addition to adding magnesium cream into your regime, add some COD liver oil. Vitamin D lowers sex hormone-binding globulin, which binds to testosterone and keeps it from being free. You want to increase your free testosterone so it stimulates testosterone receptors and activates testosterone activity. Bound testosterone is bad. Free testosterone is good.
Don’t settle for mediocre orgasms any longer. Magnesium can give you the excitement you need to increase your sex life and overall sexual health. Head on over to Moon Mag to grab magnesium creams, pain relief balms, and cosmetics. Applying magnesium topically is the best way to take a magnesium supplement as it is best absorbed through the skin. Using magnesium topically also allows the magnesium to bypass your digestive tract, so it doesn’t get broken down and you don’t have to worry about the laxative effect, which is a common side effect of oral supplements.
*Just a word of caution, while our magnesium creams and balms do enhance your health and your sex life when applied to your body, you want to AVOID rubbing either of these on your genital area. In other words, these are NOT creams or balms to masturbate with or to use on your genital areas for sex. We strongly recommend against that or you will be howling at the moon like a wolf who just got his leg caught in a trap.