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Physical Characteristics of Orgasm in Men and Women

Physical characteristics of Orgasm in Men and Women.

Jakarta, unlike in men, women tend to be more difficult to feel an orgasm. In addition, many people still misunderstand the physical characteristics of orgasm in women. What are the differences in male and female orgasm?

Not a few husbands who think that orgasm in women is characterized by ejaculation or vaginal discharge. It turned out to be wrong, because the female orgasm is not marked with ejaculation, as happens in men.

Peak of orgasm or sexual satisfaction in men is characterized by ejaculation or squirted semen containing sperm, but not marked in women with vaginal discharge of ejaculation in men.

“In women who make the vagina wet lubrication is a sign of a woman aroused and ready for intercourse. But if orgasm, women experienced vaginal spasm, in which the penis will feel the pressure with such rhythmic squeezed and released several times,” said Zoya Amirin, M. Psi, psychologist Sexual and lecturer in the UI College of Public Health, in consultation detikHealth health care, Wednesday (11/01/2012).

In addition, brain scans of women and men during orgasm also showed significant differences in how each reached sexual pleasure.

“For men, the touch is the most important. For women, it is not so important,” said Gert Hostage, Neuroscientist at the University of Groningen, as reported by Medindia.

The scientists found striking differences in how men and women view sex. Men assess the need for physical stimulation is a key factor to achieve orgasm, while the female orgasm comes from feeling comfortable, relaxed and without worries.

For women, mood, comfort and a sense of closeness plays a much bigger role than in the erogenous zones of physical stimulation to achieve orgasm.

Brain scans of men and women during sexual activity reduces the activity described in the amygdala, which is part of the brain that controls fear and anxiety.

In men, increased brain activity during sex is most prevalent in the secondary somatosensory cortex, which implies a high value attached to physical sensations. In contrast, the female brain scans showed only a slight increase in activity of the primary somatosensory cortex.

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