We give you all the answers you have about the female orgasm
How does an orgasm work?
Orgasm is the culminating moment of sexual pleasure. Although it has obvious physical effects (skin turns red, breathing quickens, face deforms under the effect of contortions…) its characteristic pleasurable effect is produced through the limbic systemwhich releases several neurotransmitters in the body, such as endorphin, dopamine and acetylcholine, ultimately responsible for the sensation of pleasure.
What are the different sources of an orgasm?
Orgasm can appear in different ways. In women there are two main types of orgasms: vaginal and clitoral. The vaginal is somewhat more difficult to reach, and some women have physiological impediments in reaching it. It often begins to be experienced after the age of 30, as women are more familiar with their bodies and give in to desire more easily. The clitoral orgasm is, in principle, easier to achieve, but shorter and less radiant than the vaginal one.
For men there is not much variety. The orgasm arises linked to ejaculation, although it is not the same as it, and it occurs earlier in time.There can be orgasm without ejaculation, and ejaculation without orgasm. The intensity and duration of this does vary depending, mainly, on the duration of the intercourse and its general development.
Can women reach orgasm only thanks to penetration?
Although some women are able to reach sexual climax using only vaginal penetration (if they are sufficiently lubricated and aroused)most need some previous preliminaries to achieve this. Only the correct stimulation of the erogenous zones, especially the clitoris, ensures a pleasant sex in all women. There is a maxim about it: the more aroused one is, the more pleasurable the orgasm.
What is the point g?
The G-spot was a term coined by the sexologist Frank Addiego in honor of the German gynecologist Ernst Graefenberg, one of the first scientists to study the female orgasm in depth. Supposedly, the G-spot is an erogenous area in women located behind the pubis and around the urethra, but there is a great controversy regarding its situation, its usefulness and even its very existence. For some it is nothing more than an extension of the clitoris, for others it is a differentiated entity, responsible for the most pleasurable orgasms.
It is a matter that continues to generate numerous scientific articles. The latest relevant research in this regard, the work of Dr. Adam Ostrzenskiensures that the G point exists, and has a specific structure and situation.
Can orgasms be multiplied?
All women have the physiological capacity to experience multiple orgasms during the course of a sexual relationship. Orgasms after the first are usually more intense and pleasurable, due to accumulated genital stimulation. The problem is that men do not usually have this ability.After 35, very few men can have two orgasms in a row,since the refractory period (in which an erection is not achieved) is lengthened. Multiple orgasm, without a rest period, can only be achieved through complicated techniques around what is known as the dry orgasm (have an orgasm without ejaculating).
Does a deep penetration favor orgasms?
The most sensitive erogenous area of women is located at the entrance of the vagina, four or five centimeters deep. This is why the size of the penis, as long as it reaches that point, is not especially decisive, as is the correct friction in the area. That being said, it is true that deep penetration has effects on some women, who feel an “inner” pleasure that acts as an orgasm trigger. For other women, however, deep penetration is a source of discomfort and pain. This goes back to showing how enormously personal sex is, and the need for couples to find what works best for them.
Does the intensity of sexual pleasure decrease with age?
We must be clear that, as experts in the field have repeatedly and passively repeated, andhe brain is the main sexual organ, and as long as it works we can enjoy sex to the fullest. What’s more, in sex, as in life, experience counts, and the more we know ourselves, the more we will enjoy sex.
All this, unfortunately, has exceptions. Physiological problems arise with age. that can complicate sex and must be treated medically. In any case, most of these setbacks are solvable. The important thing is to identify them, ask for help and not throw in the towel.
Does orgasm favor fertilization?
Although it is a fairly widespread idea, the truth is that the female orgasm does not have much influence on the chances of getting pregnant. What does influence in this case is the depth of penetration, so that the sperm easily reaches the cervix.
Is the female orgasm more intense than the man’s?
This is perhaps the most difficult question to answer, and there are not a few sexologists who have tried to find an answer. the gynecologist William Masters and his wife, the social worker Virginia Johnson, They were the first to raise the issue. In 1966 they signed one of the most complex works ever done on the human orgasm. In his opinion, the female orgasm is eight to ten times more intense than that experienced by men. His study, however, has received much criticism over time and, today, few dare to assess who experiences more pleasure. In reality, this is a very subjective matter, dependent on so many factors, that it is difficult to come to a convincing conclusion.
Are orgasms good for health?
Although orgasms do not have a decisive influence on our physical health (either positively or negatively), they do They have a great influence on our mental health.Orgasms free us from stress and generate endorphins, which provide us with a feeling of well-being and happiness that have a decisive influence on our daily performance.
Do good feelings favor good orgasms?
It all depends on what we consider good feelings. The orgasm has nothing to do with morality, and it is reached if we are excited. The relationship between sexual arousal and love is complex, as is the very concept of love, and it is clear that extramarital relationships can produce intense pleasure that has nothing to do with it. In the end, everything depends on the ability of people to open up in their privacy, and surrender to pleasure, without the existence of love. Some can, some can’t, but it’s not something that has to be necessarily related.
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