Female Participants Sought for Ground-breaking Study on the Impact of Orgasms on Hormones and Mental Health

Female Participants Sought for Ground-breaking Study on the Impact of Orgasms on Hormones and Mental Health

An ambitious research study which will set out to explore the profound effects of orgasms on hormones and mental well-being among women is calling for females to participate in its research across the UK and USA.

The ground-breaking study will identify the impact of the natural release of hormones, including estrogen, testosterone, progesterone, serotonin, dopamine, oxytocin, and endorphins within the brain either during or after orgasm.

The dearth of comprehensive medical research on women’s health, particularly during menopause, has left many unanswered questions. Emotional Bliss is taking proactive steps to fill this crucial gap in scientific understanding. The preliminary evidence gathered during an initial empirical scale study in 2022 strongly suggests that oestrogen is naturally released within the brain in the midst of, or after orgasm. This finding is supported by prior research conducted with premenopausal women. The proposed study aims to focus on perimenopause, menopause, and post-menopause stages, which have received minimal medical research attention until now.

To ascertain the impact of orgasms on hormones and mental well-being, the proposed study will monitor hormone levels on a weekly basis over a 10-week period. By observing the natural fluctuations in these essential hormones, the research aims to demonstrate the remarkable ability of the brain to naturally rebalance them throughout women’s lives when stimulated by orgasm. This research will provide valuable insights into the pivotal role orgasms play in maintaining overall well-being, enabling the prioritisation of self-care practices that enhance overall health and happiness.

Paul Telford, founder of Emotional Bliss said, “It’s incredible how little medical research there is surrounding female health, especially during menopause. The prevailing response is often that we need more research to draw any conclusions. But why wait any longer? It’s time to take action and gather the medical evidence needed to understand the power of our brains in protecting our mental and emotional health.”

Emotional Bliss urges women in the UK and the US who are perimenopause, menopause, or post-menopause to consider participating in the study. By contributing to this research, participants will play an essential role in advancing scientific understanding and empowering women worldwide to take control of their health and well-being. Each woman has the potential to live a fulfilling and joyful life, and this study aims to uncover alternative approaches, such as orgasms, that may enhance their well-being, potentially alleviating the need for hormone supplements.

To register their interest and learn more about participating in this inspiring research, interested individuals can contact Paul Telford via email at pt@emotionalbliss.co.uk or visit the organisation’s website and access the contact us page at www.emotionalbliss.com.