The ‘coregasm’ is an exercise-induced orgasm that affects a small percentage of the population. Photo: Getty Images The ‘coregasm’ is an exercise-induced orgasm that affects a small percentage of the population. Photo: Getty Images
The ‘coregasm’ is an exercise-induced orgasm that affects a small percentage of the population. Photo: Getty Images

Exercise-induced orgasms: why the elusive ‘coregasm’ is a good thing during the Covid-19 pandemic

  • They don’t happen to every gym-goer, but exercise-induced orgasms are a thing for a small percentage of people, a recent survey shows
  • The feel-good hormones they release, combined with the benefits of working out, make them a great way to lift your spirits, especially just now, experts say

Topic |   Wellness
The ‘coregasm’ is an exercise-induced orgasm that affects a small percentage of the population. Photo: Getty Images The ‘coregasm’ is an exercise-induced orgasm that affects a small percentage of the population. Photo: Getty Images
The ‘coregasm’ is an exercise-induced orgasm that affects a small percentage of the population. Photo: Getty Images
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