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5 things you didn’t know about the punani!

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Besides being the epicentre of pleasure and excitement, the punani is one fascinating organ in the female body.

While many gynaecologists may agree on its complexities, many people may not be aware that it has multiple functions and is not only limited to sex and giving birth.

According to healthshots.com, the punani has a wide range of functions and things we might have not been aware of, and listed these as the top five:

1. The punani is bigger than you think

The clitoris is much bigger than the little button you can see as only a quarter is outside the body and visible to the naked eye. The rest of it is placed inside your body. The clitoris is actually shaped like a wishbone that extends into the body and around the vaginal canal, but isn’t part of the punani.

2. It has many nerve endings

The gland or invisible part of the clitoris has over 8 000 sensory nerve endings. This makes this tiny area the most sensitive part of a woman’s body.

3. The punani’s sole purpose is pleasure

The clitoris is the only organ in the female body with the sole purpose of providing sexual pleasure when stimulated. The 8 000 nerve endings are responsible for making it a powerhouse of pleasure, and it doesn’t play a direct role in reproduction.

4. It grows throughout your life

The clitoris actually grows during a woman’s lifetime. It doesn’t stretch out too much, but rather extends to an astonishing 10cm. The growth occurs as a result of hormonal changes in the body.

5. The punani is very similar to the 4-5

The clitoris has glans (foreskin), erectile tissue and a very small shaft – all of which are found on a 4-5. This is why the functions of a clitoris are similar to those of a penis. In fact, it even swells up when aroused.

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Sleeping for less than 6 hours could kill you!

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Sleeping is regarded as one of the most important part of relaxing your body and not getting enough of it might have dire consequences. 

If you don’t get enough sleep, your body does respond, either by you being grumpy or super tired and that does tell you how important sleep it. 

Sleep deprivation can also have profound consequences on your physical health, including serious medical conditions such as obesity, heart disease and diabetes and it shortens your life expectancy.
Most of us need around 8 hours of good-quality sleep a night to function properly and Science Daily reports that those with high blood pressure, Type-2 diabetes, heart disease or stroke could be at high risk of cancer and early death when sleeping less than six hours a day.

“Our study suggests that achieving normal sleep may be protective for some people with these health conditions and risks,” said lead study author Julio Fernandez-Mendoza from Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center in Hershey in Pennsylvania, US.

“However, further research is needed to examine whether improving and increasing sleep through medical or behavioural therapies can reduce risk of early death,” Fernandez-Mendoza said.

Their researchers analyzed data of more than 1,600 adults (20 to 74 years old, more than half women) from the Penn State Adult Cohort who were categorized into two groups as having stage 2 high blood pressure or Type 2 diabetes and having heart disease or stroke. Participants were studied in the sleep laboratory (1991-1998) for one night and then researchers tracked their cause of death up to the end of 2016.

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Why there’s a bow on women’s underwear!

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Many pairs of women’s underwear have a bow in the front and there is actually a reason for it.

The majority of us have probably noticed it because it is in most women’s underwear, especially lace.

A Reddit user took to Reddit to pose the question: “Why do so many panties have that little bow on the centre in front? Where did the tradition come from?”

One user replied: “As for the roots of the tradition? It comes from pre-elastic days, when your underthings were held in place by a bit of ribbon threaded through the eyelet lace at the tops.“ The little bow is where you tied that ribbon, and of course it’s in the front because that’s the easiest place to do something like that. ”

So that bow you see was to keep your undies where they should be and stop them from falling.

According to another forum user, previously women would get up before daylight and dress in the dark, or by candlelight, so the bows helped them work out which way round their knickers were supposed to go.

Another user said she was glad to know this because she always tears them off and one pointed out that he thought it was stupid.

 “I always found them a bit stupid but I learned to ignore them. It’s interesting to know why they were there to begin with (as a practical way to tie your underwear),” he said. 

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10 health benefits of drinking water

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We all need water to sustain life, but there are many more health benefits to drinking your eight glasses per day.

It might not be a “magic bullet”, but it’s crucial to your functioning. 

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