What Is Orgasm: Female Orgasm, Male Orgasm

What Is Orgasm: Female Orgasm, Male Orgasm

Feeling intense sexual pleasure that happens during Sexual activity is Orgasm, it may called "coming" or "climaxing". It happens both in Men and Woman. It is a psychological experience of pleasure and abandon, when the mind is focused solely on the personal experience. Sometimes it is an explosive, amazing rush of sensations, while others are milder, subtler, and less intense.

Orgasm is the sudden discharge of accumulated sexual tension resulting in rhythmic muscular contractions in the pelvic region that produce intensely pleasurable sensations followed by rapid relaxation. 

Orgasms is different in person to person and for each individual at different times. Several basic physiological changes have been identified that tend to occur in the majority of incidences. The differences in intensity of orgasms can be attributed to physical factors, such as fatigue and length of time since last orgasm, as well as to a wide range of psychosocial factors, including mood, relation to partner, activity, expectations, and feelings about the experience.

                 

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Female Orgasm

An orgasm is that good. Which is why it bites that it doesn't happen more often. According to several major surveys, only 25 percent of women always climax during sex with a partner. The rest of us either hit or miss depending on the night, or never experience a female orgasm during intercourse at all.

There are several ways of Orgasm in Women including:

Clitoris Orgasm:  

The clitoris is a small, nerve-dense structure seated at the top of the vaginal opening, and serves no function other than to provide sexual pleasure.

 

G-spot orgasm:  

The G spot is a hypothesized highly erogenous area on the anterior (or front) vaginal wall of the urethral sponge that can be stimulated during sexual activity, It is the female equivalent to the prostate.

 

Blended orgasm:  

"Blended orgasms are combining clitoral stimulation with some kind of other stimulation, and that can actually be a great way—once you’ve mastered the clitoral orgasm—to figure out what other parts of your body feel like," Marin says. So, theoretically, you could achieve blended orgasm from stimulating your nipples and your G-spot simultaneously, but the most common combination is clitoris and G-spot.

 

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Anal orgasm :

" There are shared nerves from the anterior wall of the rectum to the vagina, so for vagina owners, it may be possible for sexual arousal to occur from rectal stimulation." Plus the legs of the clitoris stretch all the way back to the anus, so backdoor stimulation can fire up the clit, too.

 

A-spot orgasm:  

"Located toward the end of vaginal canal," the A-spot sits near the entrance to the uterus, says Damian Jacob Sendler, M.D., Ph.D., chief of sexology and clinical research programs at Felnett Health Research Foundation for North America.

"The tissue itself is very similar in physiological arousal pattern to the male prostate—in can engorge with blood, becoming slightly bigger during sex, so the penis massages it during copulation."

 

C-spot orgasm:  

The C-spot is your cervix, and involves nerve endings located in the cervix and around the uterus, Sendler says. 

 

U-spot orgasm:  

The U-spot surrounds the urethra—"you can think of it as the hat of urethra, when looking directly at the urethral opening," Sendler says. To find it, find your urethra (just below the clitoris), and touch the surface immediately superior to it.

"The U-spot is composed of contractile tissue, mainly because it has a muscle responsible for closing the urethra after urinating. This muscle, like other clitoral structures, is sensitive to vibratory stimulation," Sendler says.

 

Nipples:  

You probably already know where and what the nipples are, but what you might not know is that some people can orgasm solely from their stimulation. As Health reported, in one study of 213 women, 29 percent reported having had a breast-based orgasm at some point in their lives.

Coregasm:

A coregasm is "when you work out and you have orgasms" just from the physical activity, Marin says.

 

Skin orgasm: 

A skin orgasm is also called "frisson," the tingle that runs through your limbs when you hear a particularly affecting song: Maybe you get goosebumps, maybe your hair stands up, and maybe you get a little shiver.

 

Breath orgasm:

"Sex is often pigeon-holed into a physical act involving the genitals, but the reality is that the hottest sex happens between our ears—and is often enhanced by how we use our breath/lungs," O'Reilly says.

 

Fantasy orgasm:   

"So powerful is the mind’s hold over our sexuality that some people can actually 'think' themselves off," says O'Reilly. This one is pretty self-explanatory: We're talking about fantasizing your way to climax—not touching your body, just flexing your mind muscles until you peak. Often, breath work and fantasy will go hand-in-hand—you may well find that visualizing scenarios and your body's response works best in conjunction with breathing exercises. 

 

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Male Orgasm 

 

Ejaculatory: 

The general type of orgasm that many men experience every time they have sex. It doesn’t require much effort on you to achieve it and it results in the ejaculation of your sperm. There is literally no control over pelvic thrusting or when you reach this orgasm unless you work to control it.

 

Pelvic Orgasm:

Men can actually learn to hold their orgasm and send the energy rushing back into their pelvic region simply by practicing. Self-control is largely an untaught trick in the area of sexual satisfaction, but it really can provide a more intense and pleasurable orgasm if you learn to do it correctly. If you would like to feel a pelvic orgasm you have to relax your mind and control your bodily functions prior to orgasm. Hold back your ejaculation and send it back through your body for a full pelvic orgasm.

 

Non-Ejaculatory (Retrograde Ejaculation)

In a condition called retrograde ejaculation, the bladder’s sphincter does not close off properly during ejaculation, so semen spurts backward into the bladder. This condition is usually found in some men who have multiple sclerosis, diabetes, or after some types of prostate surgery. It can also occasionally occur in men who do not have any serious problems. It is not physically harmful, but it does render the man infertile and he may have a different sensation during ejaculation. A retrograde ejaculation is also known as a “dry come” because the man may experience orgasm, but no semen is released from the penis.

 

Prostate Orgasm (direct stimulation): 

On either side of the prostate are nerves that control erections. These nerves can be stimulated through prostate touching and stroking. This orgasm is conjured by consistently stimulating the prostate gland either with a finger or through a toy. Men can achieve this orgasm only when they are fully relaxed and into the stimulation.

 

Blended Orgasm:

The whole body orgasm stimulates both nerve pathways that are connected to the pelvic region. Once both the pelvic and the spinal regions are fully engaged you will experience a blended orgasm that fully stimulates your entire body. If you want to feel the most amazing sensation you could ever imagine then this is the orgasm you want to experience. You can engage both sensations by getting both penis and prostate stimulation.

 

Energy Orgasms: 

heart, vocal and full-body orgasms.

 

Multi-Ejaculatory: 

most men usually have a refractory period (time in between each orgasm) to deal with—which lasts 30 minutes or more on average. But yes, men can orgasm again and again without having to cool down.  Having multiple orgasms during sex and foreplay is 10x harder.  

 

After Orgasm

After orgasm, however, some important differences do emerge, which might begin to explain why men and women react so differently after climax. Komisaruk, with Kachina Allen, has found preliminary evidence that specific regions of the male brain become unresponsive to further sensory stimulation of the genitals in the immediate aftermath of orgasm, whereas women’s brains continue to be activated: this may be why some women experience multiple orgasms, and men do not.

 


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