The orgasm is widely regarded as the peak of sexual excitement. It is a powerful feeling of physical pleasure and sensation, which includes a discharge of accumulated erotic tension. It’s a no-brainer that the female orgasm is still a mystery to many men.
Some of the many questions include: how does it work? What is all that stuff down there? How do you make a girl orgasm? How much do you know about the female orgasm?
Check out the list below for 5 of the most interesting facts scientists have discovered about women and their orgasms. Which one is your favorite?
Fast facts on orgasms
Orgasms have multiple potential health benefits due to the hormones and other chemicals that are released by the body during an orgasm.
- Orgasms do not only occur during sexual stimulation.
- People of all genders can experience orgasm disorders.
- An estimated 1 in 3 men have experienced premature ejaculation.
- Trans people are able to orgasm after gender reassignment surgery.
Medical professionals and mental health professionals define orgasms differently.
Although there are different ways in which some women can experience orgasm during kissing or exercising but the percentage is very low that is about 10%. Every woman can experience it through different ways. Some women achieve it on a treadmill while others can get it by just reading some intimate or adult stuff. Also Read: Top 10 Mistakes Men Make in Bed Acc To Women & How To Avoid Them
Women are able to experience multiple orgasms
In fact, scientists believe that most women are likely capable of this because women, unlike men, usually don’t have a refractory period upon reaching orgasm. Men can have multiple orgasms too, but it is rare, and most guys who have experienced this report far fewer orgasms. Also Read:
The Female Orgasm Isn’t That Hard To Come By
Women can orgasm from five distinct areas –the clitoris, the G-spot, the cervix, nipples, and earlobes, which is why you shouldn’t confine your hands to just her clit. Wander a little and see what happens. Also Read: Top 12 Sex Mistakes Women Make in Bed, According To Men
Some women have orgasms while they exercise (i.e., “coregasms”)
About 5% of the women he surveyed reported one or more exercise-induced orgasms, but more recent studies have found even higher numbers of women reporting this. However, orgasms aren’t just reported during core exercises—women have also reported them during yoga, running, weight lifting, jazzercise, and more.
As the clitoris is full of nerve endings approximately 8000 and it is also a very sensitive part of the body, hence easier to achieve orgasm through it. Stretching your body in a certain manner during clitoral stimulation could be more helpful in the same or tightening some parts of the body makes it faster and easier. 10 Tips To Maintain Your Sexual Health & Have A Healthy Sex Life
Orgasms Can Make Your Aches and Pains Go Away
A recent study found that 48% of regular headache sufferers had their pain cured by an orgasm. Getting off actually worked much faster than painkillers! (There goes the “Not tonight, I have a headache excuse.”)
There’s more: many women find that the pelvic contractions of an orgasm help relieve menstrual cramps. They also release a hormone that ups your pain threshold, and can help block chronic back and leg pain. It has long been suspected that morning sex can cure hangovers and if an orgasm can alleviate pain, this may actually prove this to be true.
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