Orgasm is the third stage of sexual response at which all the sexual tensions suddenly released and we feel extreme relief.
orgasm is peak fo experience of sexual pleasure and men reach orgasm more frequently than women do.
What is an orgasm?
The body’s sexual response can be divided into four parts excitement, the plateau of arousal, orgasm, and resolution.
In arousal, our brain increases the blood flow to the genitals, breathing and heartbeat increase and our nervous system is completely engaged sending signals of enjoyment to the brain’s reward system.
Thousands of nerve endings constantly send pleasure signals to the brain, resulting in an orgasm.
When men at orgasm, rapid contractions of the anal sphincter, muscles of the penis and the prostate in conjunction with ejaculation, which sees the release of the sperm and seminal fluid.
In the whole process, it takes 3-10 second of intense pleasure. It is followed by a refractory period in which another orgasm cannot be achieved.
On other hand women, do not experience any refractory period, which allows them to experience multiple consecutive orgasms.
On average, it lasts for 20 seconds (sometimes longer) and consists of rhythmic contraction between, anus, vagina, uterus and pelvic muscles.
It’s all being that takes control during orgasm. Using MRI scans, scientists are able to see brain activity during orgasm in over 30 discrete regions.
It is flooded with chemical dopamine which makes you feel good and crave to feel it again.
This is followed by the release of oxytocin, which is responsible for love and bonding between mates.
In a PET scan, it is shown that activity during orgasm is the same between men and women.
Both man and woman, brain part (orbitofrontal cortex) turn off, which control evaluation, control, and reason. This makes sense why you lose control during orgasm.
This shut down anxiety and fear which is the most important aspect leading up to orgasm.
The relaxation of the hippocampus and amygdala in women reduce emotions while in man, it dampens the orgasm.
In a woman, many brain areas shut down completely during orgasm.
But these effects are for less duration in men, a cause of shorter duration and difficulty measuring brain activity during the brain scan.
In women PAG (periaqueductal gray) is activated, stimulate fight response. While the cortex which is associated with the pain, which gives a connection between pain and pleasure, feeling this muscles contraction and climax, body experience deep relaxation.
The female orgasm is the climax of women which is due Anus, vagina, uterus and pelvic muscle forcefully and rhythmically contractions and followed by squirting most of the time. These contractions last for 20 seconds or longer.
For many women, an orgasm is a very important part of sex and it is very necessary for a relaxed and sexual environment.
During arousal, the vagina becomes wet and blood flow increases. The vagina becomes darker in color and clitoris size increases, the lop ear gets apart and turns outwards.
The uterus and cervix pulled up and backward into the pelvis which makes the vagina longer heartbeat, body temperature, and breathing arises. More than that nipples hard and breasts swell.
In women color of the chest, neck and face become red. Clitoris plays the most important role in achieving orgasm because
Thousand of nerve ending in clitoris so orgasm can be achieved by simulating the clitoris directly and you can do this by mouth, hand, penis, and vibrator.
Vaginal penetration causes the vagina contraction which causes more vaginal and clitoris friction and orgasm achieved at the peak point of the arousal.
Anus, vagina, uterus and pelvic muscle contracts forcefully and rhythmically and this contraction lasts for 20 seconds.
During orgasm heavy sweating, goosebumps and muscle contraction and some also make noises after the orgasm feeling of relaxation predominates.
Orgasm can be achieved with or without a partner. Some women prefer to be alone after orgasm while others feel aroused and can have another orgasm this also called multiple orgasms.
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When men become sexually aroused the blood flow through the erectile tissue of the penis, which leads to the erection of the penis. As orgasm reached muscles of hands and feet contract and suddenly forceful release of sexual tension occurs.
Orgasm is the peak of the experience of sexual pleasure. When men become sexually aroused the blood flow through the erectile tissue of the penis, which leads to the erection of the penis. More intense is the arousal, more intense will be the orgasm.
As arousal continues heart rate, blood pressure and muscular tension increased and breathing becomes heavier. At that point, scrotum tightens and testes start to leak fluid.
This fluid is known as precum and contains live sperm. Precum increase the intensity of arousal and serves as lubrication.
As the orgasm approaches body movement such as thrusting become fast blood pressure, breathing and heart rate reached their peaks.
As orgasm reached muscles of hands and feet contract and suddenly forceful release of sexual tension occurs.
During arousal, the rhythmic contraction at the base of the penis occurs which results in the ejaculation of the semen.
After orgasm, relaxation feels deep relax and this feeling enhances the intimacy and fatigue usually prevails.
Penis size and color of the body come back to its normal position.
To reach another orgasm man need rest time to restore and this time is also called refractory period and it varies with men to men.
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We start with a length, women’s orgasm is longer than men’s, lasting around 20 seconds while men’s orgasm lasts around 3-10 seconds. But men’s has more orgasms.
In the national survey of heterosexual sex, researchers found that men reach orgasm at 95% of the time, while women get only 69% of the time.
Orgasm depends on more what type of sex you have. In a study of single Americans age 21 to 26 found that men’s and gay men’s have a similar rate of orgasm while it differs in women.
Lesbian have around 12% more orgasms than straight women during sex. 25% of gay women say that they climaxed with every sexual experience and almost half say that they climaxed over 75% of the time.
This may be related to the duration of sex, as a lesbian couple reported an average length of 30 to 40 minutes in comparison to 15 to 30 minutes by straight women.
The lateral orbitofrontal cortex, which controls the reason and self-evaluation shut down in all genders. And feel sleepy after orgasm, due to the release of the sleep hormone prolactin. Both men and women feel relaxed after orgasm.
A study of college students asked men and women to describe their experience of orgasm and also asked a word about specific genitals, and it is found that there is very little distinguishable difference between the sexes.
Regardless of gender, the brain stimulates blood flow to the genitals. While the PET scan shows significant differences between the in activation pattern.
Brain activity during orgasm is the same between men and women. The lateral orbitofrontal cortex, which controls the reason and self-evaluation shut down in all genders.
Multiple orgasms a phenomenon thought, especially for women as the lack of refractory period has been seen in men.
Male orgasm generally happens simultaneously with ejaculation. But in research, it also found that men are capable of non-ejaculatory orgasm too.
orgasm for women are following types.
1. Clitoral orgasm
Clitoral is a very sensitive spot for most women and women go for it when they want to experience pleasure and orgasm.
Clitoral orgasm may be the most accessible kind of orgasm and women prefer a different type of touches here to reach climax.
In a study by the Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy found that different types of clitoral strokes such as up-and down, back-and-forth and small and wide circle can lead you to orgasm.
2. G-spot orgasm
Women G-spot is on the front wall of the vagina, about halfway between the vagina opening and cervix.
You can not see it, but you can feel it by inserting your finger into the vagina and press forward. You should detect a slightly bumpy or spongy area.
Press the G-spot and stroking it lightly is many women do to achieve G-spot orgasm. This orgasm is also called vaginal orgasm.
When women aroused than this filled with blood and swell up, touching it with a penis, finger, and vibrator feel good.
3. Blended orgasm
If you handle two or three times the intensity of regular orgasms then this kind of orgasm is only for you.
Blended orgasm can be achieved by stimulating more than one erogenous zone at the same time.
G-spot penetration along with clitoral touching is one kind of this orgasm.
But it could also come from vaginal penetration along with nipple, clitoral or anal or all simultaneously.
More stimulation, which means more blood flow which results in bigger orgasm.
4. Anal orgasm
This type of orgasm isn’t for every woman. Some love it while some don’t care about it.
But if you have never tried it and think you might be, then because you should know about it.
Because of your rectum and anus very close to the vagina and they are connected by the perineum and they share many nerves and muscles like the pelvic muscle.
The pelvic floor muscle is very sensitive a stimulating it can trigger the vaginal orgasm and anal as well.
5. Deep vaginal orgasm
The G – spot isn’t the only erogenous zone. women and sex researchers say that there are additional erogenous zones deep inside the vagina.
If you stimulate or touched it in the right way it can lead you orgasm collectively known as a deep vaginal orgasm.
First, comes to A-spot which present an anterior wall of the vagina just beneath the cervix, then O-spot which find behind the cervix.
When women sexually stimulated there is a regression of fluid from the gland around the urethra.
It’s not clear and can come in a moderate amount or like a fountain. G-spot stimulation can lead you to squirt.
7. Cervical orgasm
Cervix can also be an erogenous zone which can give you unique kind of orgasm.
The cervix is also very sensitive to direct touch and can lead you to an intense orgasm. You should go for it if you have had lots of foreplay.
8. Nipple orgasm
Breast and nipple are the most important erogenous zones, especially the nipple react to being stroked and touched.
They are super sensitive because they are full of ending nerves. Some women can really get orgasms by only touching and kissing.
9. Sleep orgasm
Some women can have an orgasm during a dream while sleeping. One report, that 37% of women have sleep orgasm by the age of 45.
Sleep orgasm starts with a sexy dream which causes an increase in blood flow to the genitals which allows the body to reach orgasm without even awake.
10. Multiple orgasms
women can appeal to multiple orgasms unlike men because women don’t experience a refractory period after climaxing.
When women reach a certain peak with their first orgasm and they can stay there, but with more and more stimulation they can have multiple orgasms.
If you want this you should keep contracting your pelvic muscle on your own as you hold your urine, this keeps blood flow, high which increases the sensitivity and you can easily achieve number 2, 3 or even 4 orgasms easily.
Orgasm of women are following types
1. Ejaculatory orgasms (standard orgasm)
In this, man having sex or masturbate and cum and ejaculates the semen. This work for most of the men about 99% of the time.
2. Multi-Ejaculatory orgasm
In this, men ejaculate multiple time, but with the time period between them called a refractive time period.
This time period is generally 15 to 20 minutes long, but also depend on individual and age. This time mostly comes during sex, not masturbating.
3. Retrograde orgasm
With this man start to ejaculate but prevent it from coming out by pressing his perineum. This is a great way for a man to experience small multi orgasms.
4. Non-Ejaculatory orgasm
This is completely non-ejaculatory orgasm. In this, man prevent himself from beginning to ejacuate.
In this, semen cannot come to the Perineum part This can be done by squeezing the muscles and contract the muscle around the tube to prevent the semen come out.
It is difficult for new men, but it is the best orgasm I ever had. You should definitely give a try to it.
You can do this by stopping sex while orgasm just start. you can also do it while masturbating.
5. Prostate orgasm
This is man G-spot orgasm. In this prostate, is stimulated and this orgasm is much more internal just like female g-spot orgasm.
This deeper, internal and can also turn in full body orgasm. This makes man ejaculate much harder and in much more quantity.
6. Nipple orgasm
In this, nipples are stimulated and can be intense if the man having love feeling for the person who is doing the simulation.
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- Orgasm has health benefits due to hormones and other chemical released in the body during orgasm.
- People of all genders can experience orgasm disorder.
- 33% of men have experienced premature ejaculation.
- The most orgasms documented in hour 16 for men. 134 for women.
- Orgasm can relieve pain by 75% due to the release of oxytocin and endorphins.
- The average refractory period (recovery time) is 30 minutes, but it is less than 20 if you are 18.
- It reports that 30% of women have trouble achieving orgasm and up to 80% struggle to reach orgasm through vaginal intercourse.
- An average man needs 2 to 10 minutes and average women need 20 minutes to climax.
- It reported that 15-20% of American women never have an orgasm.
- Very dew individual is able to reach orgasm simply by thinking’
- In a study found that up to 94% of women say that they can reach orgasm via anal penetration.