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Dr. Natasha Janina Valdez approaches the female orgasm with a can-do attitude. Discarding shame, embarrassment and self-consciousness, Valdez straightforwardly describes orgasms as a wonderful privilege that offers significant health benefits. Valdez goes on to provide comprehensive practical advice on how to achieve orgasms. Valdez describes in acute physical detail techniques for climaxing alone and in company. Her friendly tone keeps her audience receptive and undaunted. Valdez is on a mission to enrich the lives of women by normalizing orgasms to the point of routine. Amanda Carlin cheerfully narrates this fun and helpful guide to the female orgasm. The tasteful but frank language here makes for fun listening.

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They’re free, fun, and with this book, easy to achieve. And just look what a woman stands to gain from her orgasmic life: Oxytocin - nature’s Ecstasy - in her bloodstream, relaxation - less stress and tension, falling asleep and staying asleep better, more supple skin (really!), lower risk of heart disease, immunity boost, reduced hunger and cravings for junk food. Far too many women aren’t enjoying the benefits of this delicious activity, and Dr. Natasha wants to change that. In Vitamin O, she explores manual techniques, oral methods, and crazy-fun sex positions that maximize a woman’s pleasure. She covers the basics in orgasmic foreplay, orgasmic positions, exercises to improve orgasms, orgasm-enhancing yoga, breathing techniques, and more. She also offers up the 411 on more advanced climaxing - multiples and simultaneous orgasms. And she breaks out lots of quick fixes for getting a daily dose without any fuss. By the time she’s through, having orgasms will become as natural and pleasantly habitual as drinking a morning coffee (which you’ll be drinking less and less of, as you’ll have increased energy from better sleep and less cravings for caffeine!). Vitamin O’s benefits are layered and far - reaching, without any worry of toxicity or build-up because Vitamin O is all about release. Regular doses will benefit every listener for life.

©2011 Dr. Natasha Valdez (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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  • Constance S. Edwards
  • 02-12-2020

Stop before Chapter 8.

The advice as given is fine, if often cloaked in some unverifiable claim. And it’s fairly basic advice; the example couples often sound like they need behavioral-communications therapy to learn to actually talk to each other, but it’s fine for basic. It’s also SO Hetero in orientation, it can be comical in a dark sort of way.
But drop it like a hot potato when you hit chapter 8 and the fat phobia and body shaming comes roaring out. Apparently, the Author lost control of her contempt and becomes not just insulting, but remarkably, (intentionally?) ignorant of actual research on diet, disability, and sexuality. She seems completely unaware that childhood trauma strongly correlates with weight gain in later life, (and with autoimmune disorders). Perhaps because she enjoys shaming women for not meeting her ideal beauty standards. Who knows. Just know that nothing after the end of Chapter 7 is accurate or relevant, and seems to exist to further damage the sense of self of readers.

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  • Rooster
  • 14-05-2015

This ones for beginners.

The information in this book is very useful if you haven't already educated yourself about sex. It claims to be about orgasms but I would say that it is more about sex in general. There
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of common sense fixes for simple problems. It teaches things like the value of communication and foreplay or the importance of lubricant and hygiene. The more specific topics of orgasm are only touched upon. If you're looking for pelvic floor health, anxiety, focus exercises, or interesting scientific facts then keep looking.

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  • Donald
  • 29-04-2021

informative lessons on vitaminO

The book was from a good perspective to help woman who may have not explored themselves an opportunity to learn and make fun times with their partner.

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  • jenplus3
  • 12-04-2016

very insightful... good context, easy listening

easy to listen to, and follow..very helpful and I have a better understanding of myself.

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