15 facts about orgasms

Alfred Kinsey, during the 1950s, likened orgasms to the crescendo, climax and sudden stillness achieved by an orchestra of emotions—an explosion of tensions, and to sneezing. It is believed to be Woody Allen who said

In my next life I want to live backwards: start out dead and finish off as an orgasm

The big “O” is what it’s all about. It’s that release that makes your toes curl and your nether parts tingle. Escorts need to know the basic mechanics of the orgasm, but there are some really interesting and fun facts to be learned about the “land of no retreat”. From pain relief to prevention of prostate cancer, the human orgasm can help make a person healthier, alleviate mental health symptoms and fight hysteria.

Here are the top 15 facts about human orgasms:

  1. Orgasms can provide pain relief. Wives and girlfriends can’t use the age-old excuse of “I’ve got a headache” any longer. Orgasms cause the body to release oxytocin which not only facilitates bonding and relaxation, but it also can help fight pain. Arthritis, muscle pain, menstrual cramps, surgically related pain and other aches may be temporarily alleviated with an orgasm or two. Researchers conflict on the length of relief provided by the sensations of orgasm. Some indicate that the relief will only last for between 8 to 10 minutes, while others insist that the relief may endure all day.
  2. Men’s ejaculate from orgasms really adds up. An average man is said to ejaculate only about 10 cubic centimeters each time he experiences orgasm. (Escorts can attest that some men leave more than that behind.) Over a lifetime of sexual experiences, scientists estimate that the average man can fill up 14 gallon jugs with their ejaculate liquid. That’s a lot of money shots!
  3. High heels are good for orgasms. Not only do they provide a visually exciting image for men, but high heels also place an escort’s feet into a position perfect for orgasms. According to shoe designer Christian Louboutin, as he told the British Sunday Times, high heels and orgasms have much in common. The high-heeled shoe puts a woman’s foot in exactly the same position it is regularly during an orgasm. The arch of the shoe bends the foot in precisely the same position, causing an internal message about sexual stimulation to be processed.
  4. Orgasms get better with age for women. Recently a study indicated that women experience better orgasms at age 40 or 50 than they did when they were in their 20s. During their 20s, women reported only achieving orgasm 61% of the time. However, in their 30s, women indicated that they acquired orgasms 65% of the time; women in their 40s and 50s reported orgasms 70% of the time. Researchers determined that women become more comfortable with their sexuality and body issues as they age, which opens them up to more sexual stimulation that results in orgasm.
  5. Seven minutes to win it. Researchers recently surveyed and studied men to determine the length of time it took them, on average, to reach orgasm from the time of penetration to ejaculation. On average, men spent seven minutes during the sex act to come to climax and release. Escorts may attest to this, as many clients climax more than once during an encounter. Noted researchers Masters and Johnson revealed in a study that men were typically able to come to completion during acts of masturbation within two minutes or less. The explanation for the difference in time may be that men can touch themselves in exactly the way they need to be stroked in order to climax.
  6. An orgasm affects several areas of the brain. During an orgasm, at least six areas of the brain are involved and impacted. The nucleus accumbens controls the release of dopamine. The ventral tegmental area actually releases the dopamine during an orgasm. The amygadala regulates emotions during the climax, which makes bonding and snuggling more significant immediately after the big release. The cerebellum controls muscle functions, making them tighten up and become tense momentarily. The pituitary gland release beta-endorphins, oxytocin and vasopressins. The lateral orbitofrontal cortex is the brain’s home for reason and behavioral control and is shut down completely for a few seconds during an orgasm.
  7. Non-genital orgasms can be just as powerful as genital ones. Some people experience non-genital related orgasms from stroking of sensitive body parts or areas, such as the nipple or other erogenous zones. Some people even experience orgasms in their hands and feet, along with other body parts not traditionally involved in sexual stimulation. Amputees often feel sensations in limbs that are no longer there.
  8. The most orgasms reported in one hour ever was 134, recorded in the 1950s

    Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder (PGAD), sometimes called Restless Genital Syndrome, results in constant arousal of the genitals, with and without orgasm. First diagnosed in 2001, the condition is characterized by constant blood flow to the sexual organs, resulting in spontaneous, un-aroused orgasms. Some patients experience 150 to 200 uncontrollable orgasms daily, occurring at random and inopportune moments. Symptoms can be debilitating, causing patients to lose focus on regular, mundane tasks. The condition is treatable with antidepressants and similar drugs, but other treatment options are still being researched.

  9. Orgasm and ejaculation does not always occur at the same time. Men often ejaculate a few to several seconds after they’ve experienced climax. Escorts often report clients who don’t ejaculate at all when they’ve had an orgasm, which is entirely healthy, too. Some men who are unable to ejaculate due to physical limitations or conditions can still experience orgasm.
  10. Multiple orgasms are possible for men. The famous Kinsey report from the 1950s reported that between 15%-20% of men studied experienced multiple orgasms. All men are capable of having multiple climaxes, but they don’t often recognize them as such because they may not ejaculate along with them. The familiar spasms and muscle tension may be experienced, but is often explained as a long-lasting orgasm, instead of multiple climaxes.
  11. Recovery time varies for men. Escorts often experience clients who can recover almost immediately and are ready and raring to go again within minutes. However, the typical man requires up to an hour to recover from an orgasm and be ready to seek another. The researchers Masters and Johnson determined that a man’s refractory period may be from one minute to an hour and is determined by age, physical fitness and healthy lifestyle. Men who exercise, eat healthy diets and maintain healthy weights are much more likely to recover quickly. Women, on the other hand, have a nearly immediate recovery period.
  12. Orgasms are great for your health in many ways. Shiny hair and glowing skin are often side effects for people who experience orgasm regularly. (Escorts usually have both—maybe as a byproduct of their occupation.) Doctors report that orgasm can increase circulation and improve cardiovascular health. The immune system often is boosted, and the chemicals released during orgasm can help alleviate symptoms of depression and anxiety. The work it takes to orgasm, if associated with sexual activity, is wonderful exercise and gets your blood to pumping. Typically, one’s heart rate increases from 70 beats per minute to 140 beats per minute during a typical orgasm.
  13. Orgasms are traditional treatment for hysteria in women. While hysteria is not a common diagnosis for women today, it was quite a popular diagnosis during Dr. Sigmund Freud’s time. “Medical massage” was used to alleviate hysteria, resulting in orgasm. The ancient Greeks, too, used orgasm as a treatment for many female-related health conditions.
  14. Ejaculation may cause sneezing or yawning. During an orgasm, increased activity occurs in one’s central nervous system. The areas for yawning and sneezing are quite close to the centers of the brain affected by orgasm. As the synapses occur and chemicals are released, sometimes the effects carry over to other parts of the brain, causing sneezing and yawning, although men are rarely bored or allergic to anything. Escorts may catch their clients yawning and naturally assume their passionate session wore them out; but, they may just be experiencing a side-effect from their orgasms.
  15. Orgasms may help prevent prostate cancer. Studies conducted in 2003 and 2004 tracked the sexual histories of middle-aged men, looking into their orgasm histories in their 20s, 30s and 40s. Men who had at least four orgasms per week were found to have a much decreased risk of developing prostate cancer. In fact, men who had at least four orgasms weekly reduced their risks of cancer by at least one-third. Doctors and researchers believe that the ejaculate released regularly by frequent orgasms over a lifetime may help clear the prostate of carcinogens.


Orgasms are a very important part of the encounters provided by escorts. Their abilities to stimulate a client both physically and mentally into climaxing is integral to their services. However, in addition to providing that physical release that does so much for a client’s health and mental well-being, escorts provide the companionship that accompanies a great orgasm.

Humans can accomplish the big “O” by themselves, watching a porn flick or in the shower. However, it’s not the same as having a beautiful escort by their side. That physical affection from a desirable partner is the part that is missing for many people, which is why clients often report more powerful and satisfying orgasms with escorts than they have alone.

Personal attention, affection and stimulation are necessary for the orgasm to become something more than just the release. And, that’s part of the services escorts provide for clients.