I've been feeling strange and slightly sick all day, but when I got home I got into bed and started touching myself and the problem at hand occurred to me. Sometimes I get horny for prolonged periods of time, and it pays. It was absolutely amazing. I had so many orgasms, I felt so fantastic. I just- ugh.
There's a downside to this, as four things happen after I have more than two orgasms.
1. Nothing at all 2. Extreme hunger that I cannot fully feed 3. Inability to sleep 4. 2 and 3
I felt so good though, but I forgot what it does to me at night. In fact, my body feels so loose and pleasured, I could practically run a marathon. It's almost 1 in the morning. Any tips about cooling down after orgasm? I appear to have a problem.
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How our bodies react to orgasms can vary - from person to person, as well as over time, or even with each instance of orgasm. Sometimes an orgasm will makes us feel mellow and relaxed (and many people even report that an orgasms helps them wind down), and others it will makes us feel keyed up and full of energy.
If you find that orgasms generally make you feel energetic, then that may mean that you will want to avoid masturbating right before bedtime. Alternatively, you can try to explore other ways for calming yourself afterwards, such as taking a warm bath, reading a book, etc.
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