Tens and orgasm
If you are discovering kink and finding your way into the scene, you might have well already encountered the term electrical play. Although we will explore the world of electro play more extensively, the focus of this article is on the use of TENS units. Meet the TENS unit, a box of electrical magic, actually intended to treat those with various conditions such as fasciitis, back pain or support during labor through the induction of electrical stimulation. Not very sexy when used for its original purpose.
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10 Things to Know About TENS Units
Female sexual dysfunction, often characterized by an inability to orgasm, affects a large number of women. However, scientists may now have stumbled upon an effective and noninvasive treatment for this condition: neuromodulation. Currently, there are few treatments for female sexual dysfunction, and these have generally been ineffective. Bruns and colleagues found that stimulating one particular spot — an area close to the tibial nerve found in the ankle — helps treat bladder dysfunction. It is unclear why placing electrodes on the ankle helps stimulate the pelvic area, but the team believes that the nerves that spread to the foot may interact, in the region of the spinal cord, with nerves that reach the pelvic area.
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The Electrifying Side of Kink: TENS Units
The grassroots, no-holds-barred CareCure Community Relationship and Sexuality Forum is a thriving online resource for those with spinal cord injury. Why such a strong interest in ejaculation? I call it the ejaculation affirmation, a term I coined while working on my research on pleasure and orgasm in people with spinal cord injuries.
Takeaway: While electrosex devices are sometimes used for BDSM pain play, they can also be an exciting, painless, and surprisingly safe way to bring yourself to mindblowing orgasm. And no, it won't hurt. Curious about using electricity to get off? Have no fear!
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