Two Ways to Pleasure Women. Orgasm Secrets Explained Scientifically

May 17, 2011 by AboutAllThings  
Published in Women

For men, orgasm is a mystery, and for some women it’s frustrating, because we fail to achieve. Now, a study of the brain help scientists to uncover the secrets of orgasm.

For men, orgasm is a mystery, and for some women it’s frustrating, because we fail to achieve. Now, a study of the brain help scientists to uncover the secrets of orgasm.

Using the scanner to see which parts of a woman’s brain are active when they are excited, researchers at Rutgers University in New Jersey have found that there are at least two paths to women’s full enjoyment.

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One of these pathways are activated when the woman is single and has fantasies with imagination. Other “hits” when the woman is physically stimulated by a partner during sex.

To achieve relevant results, researchers have made two studies. One of them was that single women and other subjects on which it has targeted those who have a partner. Thus, they found that single women is a 30% increase in activity in brain areas including prefrontal cortex, an area that controls functions such as decision-action, imagination and control emergencies.

In contrast, in women stimulated by a partner, the same area of ​​the brain “freezes” during orgasm.

These two aspects suggest that an orgasm is reached with a partner when the woman reaches a so-called altered state of consciousness, in other words gets carried in a sort of trance. Women’s inability to do so, one can prevent orgasm.

Researchers say they do not believe that orgasm is an unconscious act, but he changed consciousness. When people are charged wonder how orgasm, they describe it as a feeling of loss of control.

The second and more recent studies highlight the following aspect: women’s brains have alternative ways to experience sexual pleasure according to their status: single or involved in a relationship. This, even though there is some difference between one who seeks sexual stimulation at the mental level and someone who receives direct stimulation from a partner.

Scientists believe that further studies about the orgasm and the role that it plays the prefrontal cortex could help women who have difficulty achieving orgasm.

On the other hand, there were attempts to sepsis and studies in men, but no conclusion was reached because of technical problems. Male orgasms are much shorter and fewer women would be surprised to discover that men use their brain much less than them during sex.

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