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This process is known as the sexual response cycle. Experts usually categorize the sexual response cycle in four phases spanning from the second you get turned on mentally or physically to the blissful, tapped-out close of events. Different bodies of thought proceed through the sexual response cycle in slightly different ways, with some separating certain parts of the sexual response cycle that others lump together.
The Cleveland Clinic lists desire, or the feeling that you want to have sexas the official start of the sexual response cycle, and for seriously good reason: It can be a huge part of getting mentally and physically ready for sex for some people. So, for some people with vaginas especially when in a shiny new relationship or when getting together with a new, exciting partnerdesire might set off a sexual domino effect. But for others, desire may not kick in until after the sexual stuff has commenced consensually, of course.
Your heart rate speeds up. You might start to notice your skin flushing in areas like your chest and back. This triggers effects like increasing blood supply to various parts of your body, including your vagina and cervix, he explains, which in turn le to a multitude of other changes.
First up: the phenomenon sometimes called tenting, which is when your vagina dilates. The purpose of that dilation is theoretically to make it easier for a penis to fit in there, says Dr. Made of the same kind of erectile tissue as a penisyour clitoris has the ability to get "erect" once it begins receiving that extra blood flow.
This can make it more sensitive to stimulation. Your labia minora inner vaginal lips also swell with extra blood. That extra blood flow also helps to increase vaginal lubrication, which can make insertion happen more easily and feel better to boot. Also due to that excess blood flow, your nipples may become erect and feel more sensitive. In fact, all areas of your breasts might feel more sensitive the more turned on you get, so encourage your partner to explore. Your muscles start tensing up in the buildup to eventual orgasm and the resulting physical release.
Everything that was already happening before generally keeps happening, and a few new developments in on the fun. As Dr. Abdur-Rahman explains, there's increased neurological activity in certain parts of the brain that are connected with sexual enjoyment. Although this is a research area that could benefit from some more scientific exploration, it appears as though parts of your brain like the amygdala which helps you process emotions may be involved.
This is often the phase where you get swept up enough that everyday stressors are fading into the backgroundwhich is often a key part of making way for orgasmsays Kerner. Your vagina is undergoing some seriously incredible changes, like your vaginal walls turning a deep purple color. Your clitoris is becoming even more sensitive than it was before. Knowing what's good for it, it retracts under your clitoral hood to avoid becoming overstimulated.
Aaand we're here. Sometimes it can even be both.
If you do climax, everything basically goes off the rails physiologically in the best way possible. Your heart rate, breathing, and blood pressure hit the ceiling. Oxytocin is a neurotransmitter related to, no surprise, increased feelings of pleasure and bonding. Your muscles are convulsing hard. From your uterus to your vagina to your feet, muscles across your body are really going all out when it comes to those spasms. Depending on how your body works, you might squirtalthough when it occurs, it doesn't always happen in conjunction with orgasm.
Sometimes that release might be so strong you nearly black out, other times it might be a gentler whoosh—it just depends. While this resolution phase usually le to a refractory period for people with penises as in, a time when they physically can't have sexthat's not necessarily so for people with vaginas. You might be able to reach orgasm again quickly, the Cleveland Clinic explains.
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