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3 reasons your vibrator is ruining your health

pic2Today I have news that might be shocking to you:

It’s time to put the Pocket Rocket to rest!

Using vibrators to self-pleasure might seem like the easiest, quickest way to reach the big O, but there are a few very important reasons why it’s not doing your entire body justice.

To help explain why, it’s important to know the 4 stages of sexual response, as originally outlined by scientists Masters & Johnson in the 1960s.

You might also recognize them from Chapter 8 of WomanCode:

Initial arousal: the excitement phase, lasting anywhere from a few minutes to a few hours. Sex organs become engorged with blood and glands in the vaginal walls secrete lubricating liquid to make you feel wet.

Plateau: a continuation of arousal, when tissues continue to swell and breathing, heart rate, and blood pressure continue to rise. You may even make a moaning sound at this point.

Orgasm: vaginal lubrication increases, muscles in vaginal wall constrict, and overall pleasure increases. If you climax (which is not always a given), you’ll experience quick cycles of contractions in your pelvic floor muscles.

Resolution: After climax, your muscles relax and your body releases from its aroused state.

When you use a vibrator, you’re skipping a large part of the Plateau stage and moving right into climax. This means you’re also missing out on some of the most hormonally-healthy, natural chemicals your body produces during this Plateau phase! For instance, one of these chemicals, nitric oxide, is what Viagra is manufactured from. The more you can generate it naturally, the more you’ll experience its anti-aging benefits, increased sexual response, as well as adrenal health as you’ll read more about below.

picEspecially if you’re working on your fertility, trying to get your sex drive back, or managing your periods, having a bigger orgasmic Plateau phase is the way to help.

Here are the 3 main reasons why your vibrator, therefore, is ruining your health:

1. You miss the benefits of nitric oxide and oxytocin. Using a vibrator forces your body to bypass a large part of the Plateau and Orgasm phases, which cuts down on your exposure to oxytocin and nitric oxide. These natural chemicals provide you with better immunity, improved cervical mucus, and regular ovulation patterns.

2. You limit your orgasmic potential. Quick vibrator-induced orgasms lengthen what we call the refractory period between orgasms. This means the sensitive nerve endings get fried by the strong vibrations, so you have to wait longer until you’re ready again for your next orgasm. Essentially, this means you can only have one orgasm at a time, maybe two if you’re lucky. Bummer.

3. You deprive your body of the stress-reducing benefits. The bigger and better the orgasm you experience, the more cortisol gets flushed out of your system. Cortisol, if you don’t remember, is one of our body’s main stress hormones that contributes to adrenal burnout, blood sugar whackiness and that extra layer of belly fat that doesn’t seem to go away. When you skip the orgasmic plateau, you lose out on the stress-relieving, waist-slimming benefits of sex!

“So what do I do without my vibrator, Alisa?”

So glad you asked!

First of all, be sure you’re setting aside at least 20 minutes for your self-pleasuring sessions. This might seem like a lot, so make sure you’re getting into bed a little bit earlier or doing what you need to do to make it possible.

Next, be sure to use lubricant – Aloe Cadabra is the only one I use and recommend. When you’re using your hands to get the party started, you’ll need to be lubricated.

I think you’ll be amazed at what happens to your orgasmic experience when you go au natural…

Please try it out and report in! I’d love to hear your results!

And for even more orgasmic potential, be sure to catch my August Webinar! See details below!

“The Big O” Exposed:

How Orgasm Can Heal Your Hormones


Thursday August 7th 2014, 1pm EST

Young romantic couple in bed

In this super-sexy summertime class, I’ll be teaching all about the incredible benefits of orgasm for your hormonal health and happiness.

You’ll learn:

I guarantee you’ll learn something new and extremely effective about your orgasms and their impact on your body and life!

Click here to sign up!

Let’s hear it for the O!


Want to get control of your body and your cycle? Here’s how.

pmsOver the years, I’ve witnessed many women in a state of hormonal breakdown – when they are so incredibly frustrated with the symptoms that keep popping up and feel totally out of control of their physical selves.

If you’re also in the midst of frustrating hormonal problems – PMS, PCOS, weight gain, acne, mood-swings, related to your cycle –  then you might feel similar. You might be fed up. You might be telling yourself, “If only I could get control of my body!”

Here’s the thing – I have a problem with this word “control.”

When it’s used in this context, very often what’s indicated is the absence of problems. Meaning, “If only I could make all these symptoms go away forever, I’d finally be in control of my body and not have to deal with it!”

Can you relate?

If you’re thinking that way, I feel your frustration, but I also want to open to your eyes to the fact that this definition of control is completely dysfunctional. It positions you as separate from your body, as if it were something that you could live without. True control of your body is not the absence of symptoms or not dealing with them – It’s actually the opposite.

If you want control of your cycle, you have to participate.

My definition of control goes like this:

Control = Understanding & Partnership

Getting control of your cycle and your body means taking the right steps to nourish your hormones so that they can do their job. First and foremost, you must understand how your body and hormones function, and then you can create a healthy partnership to keep them working properly.

If this definition of control resonates with you and if you’re ready to create true understanding and partnership with your hormones, I invite you to join me in my July webinar, Secrets of Cycle Syncing: The 4 Part Blueprint.

I’m going to teach you how to gain true “control” of your symptoms, improve your productivity, and have the relationships you dream of by accessing the success blueprint encoded in your monthly hormonal patterns.

Read the details below and sign up!

Your partner in the process,

Secrets of Cycle Syncing: The 4 Part Blueprint

with Alisa Vitti
Thursday July 10th, 1pm EST

summer romance


Learn how to gain control of your symptoms, improve productivity, and have the relationships you dream of by accessing the success blueprint encoded in your monthly hormonal patterns!

In this exclusive webinar, Alisa will help you unlock “the power in your panties” by outlining the 4-part blueprint embedded in your monthly cycle.

She will take you through the 4 phases of your monthly cycle and teach you:

Sign up here!

Space is limited, so sign up today!