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Orgasm – the interaction of mind and body

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From hard work to child-related responsibilities, days of passion can seem like a distant memory. The desire for sex can be affected by stress, sleep, and other factors.

Despite all this, researchers have found that for three-quarters of women, sex after 40 is better than sex at 20. In fact, it has a lot to do with the brain, and orgasm, which again starts from there, has a way to improve…

The way the brain works plays a key role in the pleasure we get from sex, and this affects both men and women differently. According to researchers, men think about sex every 52 seconds, while women think about it once a day.

Advanced scanning technology demonstrates the complex interaction between the brain and body in the presence of sexual desire.

The neurotransmitter dopamine is known to play a key role in both men and women.

How to improve orgasm

Experts recommend sharing your sexual fantasies with your partner without worry. According to them, even the strangest sexual desires are much more common than most of us think.

Let’s go beyond the G-spot. Scientists already know that women have “extensive” erogenous tissue – the skin, which is highly sensitive. It extends from the clitoris to the entrance to the vagina and then into it.

Like the penis, this tissue has a very large number of nerve endings and blood vessels, and increases when aroused.

Pelvic floor exercises are recommended as they keep the vaginal muscles tense and increase blood flow to the pelvic area.


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