Random orgasm really exists
We are talking about orgasm that comes without sex. Yes, this is possible. True, some girls will now say with indignation: “Yes, even during sex it’s such a rarity, how so?” And we will agree.
Some people reach the peak of sexual pleasure during a workout, during meditation, or even when they get too stressed out. We’ll talk more about strange types of orgasms later.
Orgasm can be obtained in a dream
Here it is necessary to make a reservation: men most often get an orgasm in a dream during puberty, that is, in adolescence. And women have an advantage – a “sleepy” orgasm can be obtained at any age!
Orgasm possible even during childbirth
How to combine incongruous? It turns out that it can be. True, very rarely. There are only 0.3% of such women.
Your brain literally goes crazy before orgasm
Our genitals send a signal to the brain (the emotional control center), then activity increases, and finally the hypothalamus and nucleus accumbens are activated when you cum.
Worried about weird facial expressions during sex? There is a scientific explanation for this.
During orgasm, activity in the cerebellum steadily increases, and it is responsible for muscle tension in response to sexual stimulation. There is also some activity in the areas of the brain responsible for pleasure and pain, which explains why we wince during orgasm.
Orgasms may also reduce the risk of prostate cancer
Do you know what the prostate is? Scientists and sexologists have shown that men who orgasm 21 or more times a month have a lower risk of developing prostate cancer than men who cum just a few times a month.
Discharge after sex doesn’t always mean orgasm
That’s it, girls. A recent study showed that people can come, thinking that this is the same orgasm. But in fact, this is a mixture of urine and other fluids that are sometimes released when the G-spot is stimulated.
The use of lubrication can help achieve orgasm
So run to the sex shop! More than two-thirds of men and almost as many women used lube during sex, according to research from the Indiana University Center, which, according to scientists, helped them achieve orgasm.
Not reaching an orgasm every time is absolutely normal
And there is no one’s fault – neither your boyfriend, nor yours. Seriously! A recent study in the journal Sexual Medicine concluded that women experience peak pleasure only 62.9% of the time they have sex with a regular (yes, regular!) partner, while men get an orgasm 85.1% of the time.
It turns out that in lesbian couples orgasm happens more often
Than in a hetero or bisexual relationship. We assume that this is due to the fact that “a girl will not offend a girl”, because who, if not us, knows for sure what women like?
Some people never have orgasms
You wouldn’t wish this on your enemy, honestly. However, anorgasmia is defined as the difficulty in achieving orgasm after adequate sexual stimulation. This can happen throughout life. But remember: after adequate sexual stimulation. So maybe you haven’t figured out what gives you pleasure yet.