We have sex to feel connected to our partners and to express our love, but for most of us, the main reason we're getting it on is for the amazing rush of pleasure we feel once we reach orgasm. It's an indescribable feeling of bliss, but have you ever wondered what happens to your body physically when you climax? If so, then keep reading. Once a woman becomes sexually aroused, her heart begins to beat quicker, she breathes faster and she'll tighten various muscles all over her body. Her breasts will enlarge slightly and her nipples will become erect. Some women's faces, necks, or chests will become flushed a sex flush and her clitoris enlarges.
Human sexual response cycle
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We know that climax generates enormous pleasure, but only few know how your body works when you reach that point of explosive sensations. And that orgasm is not only just expressed externally in what can be translated into moans , but also by various internal reactions that make us feel satisfied with sex. Want to know more? When we feel turned on by any visual or physical stimulus, our body begins to react in a very clear way: the clitoris expands, the vagina lubricates in order to prepare for penetration, and internal muscles of the genital area begin to move, all in order to be ready for intercourse.
What Happens During a Female Orgasm?
The female orgasm is a series of pleasurable physical sensations and feelings which occurs following, and represents the peak in, sexual stimulation. Orgasm in females is a complex multidimensional phenomenon involving both physical and emotional components. However, not a lot of research has been conducted about the female orgasm and the physical and emotional changes which accompany it are not properly understood. Many authors have attempted to define the female orgasm but as yet there is no universally accepted definition, and those which do exist tend to disagree on the about the relative importance of physical and emotional components of the female orgasm.
Good news for men as sexperiment shows lovemaking is often a sprint rather than a marathon. The whole world is obsessed with what constitutes a good sexual performance - and now technology might just have provided the answer. A lusty lady has used her Fitbit heart monitor to record a romp, with reassuring results to the men who worry their bedroom performance is more like a dash than a long distance run. In an chart which has now been viewed more than , times on the website Imgur, an unnamed woman used the gizmo to sketch an unflinching account of her journey from foreplay to orgasm. The chart starts with the moment a condom goes on, before journeying through the peak of pleasure, the "aftershock", her partner's special moment and then the post-coital "breather".