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Physiology on orgasm

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Orgasm is a special state that the body enters during sex. The name comes from the Greek orgasm, which means arousal or sexual climax. The condition is a sudden release of the body caused by the stimulation of the erogenous zones during the reaction in the sexual circle. The end result is a rhythmic muscle contraction of the pelvic muscles and muscular organs, accompanied by sexual satisfaction.

Orgasm is a state that both men and women can experience. Its manifestation is controlled by the involuntary zone of the nervous system or the autonomic nervous system. Orgasm is also associated with involuntary muscle spasms, which every person suffers sooner or later, especially under conditions of heavy daily stress, as well as a general feeling of euphoria and feeling along with increased contractions of all the muscles of the body. After orgasm, there is a characteristic refractory period, which is much shorter in women than in men.

According to statistics, in women, the refractory period can be from 3 seconds to 30, and in men, this period can be from 30 seconds to 20 minutes. The state of refractory recharge of the body and complete rest is associated with a massive release of neurohormones oxytocin and prolactin, as well as numerous endorphins. The endorphins themselves can be compared to endogenously produced morphine because they lead to pain relief, relaxation, and clearing of the mind of problematic thoughts and intense stress.

Orgasm in humans usually occurs after sexual stimulation. In men, the glans penis is stimulated, which is accompanied by ejaculation, and in women, the clitoris. Not every woman can ejaculate after sex, because in practice the clitoris is a stunted penis in the embryonic development of the body and the possibility of ejaculation exists. Sexual stimulation to achieve orgasm can also be achieved through masturbation – self-gratification or non-penetrative sex, devoid of sexual activity and penetration into the anatomical cavity of the vagina and direct stimulation of the G-spot, and psychological impact on it. the consciousness of the partner and a light touch on the clitoris or penis.

The normal physiology of orgasm is based on many processes in the body and the release of active substances and hormones that have a very strong healing effect on the body. Similarly, for example, during orgasm, the effect of overproduction of prolactin is achieved, which leads to a state of calm in the brain through some changes at the level of the central nervous system. In this order, a very serious blockage of brain metabolism is achieved and thought even briefly stops. If sexologists had to explain this phrase to a programmer, they would use the following comparison – an orgasm leads to a “computer system reboot.”

The restart of this system is achieved by a direct hormonal effect on the body and a temporary suspension of processes in the cerebral cortex and limbic system. Of course, there are some conditions that prevent a person from experiencing the pleasure of orgasm. Such, for example, is orgasmic, in which a woman or a man practically cannot experience an orgasm. They become highly aroused, and enjoy intercourse, touch, sensation, and penetration, but cannot experience orgasm due to a fault in the wiring to the spinal cord and from the nuclei of the spinal cord to the central nervous system, or damage at a local level to the vagina or the genitals itself. member. This to some extent creates discomfort in the relationship and creates a bad feeling of insecurity in one of the partners.

There are some other violations, for example, the complete lack of sensitivity during penetrating sex in the vagina. In addition, some men may be sexually aroused but never have an orgasm, and some men may ejaculate but never have an orgasm.

For some time now, the topic of “quick orgasm” in many men, which leads to rapid ejaculation and a long refractory recovery period, has been of interest to many specialists in the field of sexual medicine. According to studies around the world, it is perfectly normal for men under 30 to experience orgasms faster. Firstly, because they are more aroused, more aroused and somewhat tenser than those over 30 years old, secondly, because it is believed that the lack of sufficient sexual experience leads to greater sensitivity in the glans penis, which is a prerequisite for getting a quick orgasm and quick ejaculation.

In this aspect, although they deny it, scientists are applying what they have learned about tantric sex, in which men learn their bodies so well that they can control their orgasms. Although scientists do not promote it,, on the contrary, consider it harmful, many studies show that this type of sex teaches a person greater self-control over his body and the ability to subordinate his body to his thoughts, and not vice versa.

The controversial facts of other scientists come from the fact that a person experiences an orgasm again, but it is much harder, with much more sensitivity, muscle contractions, and ejaculate, which leads, in addition to a higher release of antibodies in the body and stimulation of the immune system, as well as increased self-esteem and confidence in oneself, which in the psychological aspect is especially important for the overall health of the body.

According to experts in sexology, during tantric sex, men control their bodies as much as possible and conduct sexual intercourse at the level of a pre-orgasmic state. According to scientists and many men studied, during sex, this leads to twice as much euphoria and passion in sexual intercourse between both partners. According to defenders of the theory of tantric sex, under these conditions, the penis of men is filled with blood much more, this matters for the size, duration, and intensity of sexual intercourse, which in turn is accompanied by a much more serious release of sperm. neurohormones than during normal intercourse.


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