Ever wondered how a woman receive orgasm when having sex? Sometimes women themselves do not even know. “When a woman reaches orgasm, there are changes all over her body,” said Dr. Michael Ingber, MD, a urologist in Morristown.
How can a woman reach orgasm?
One of the ways women can reach orgasm is through a four-stage goal process, first described by sex researchers William Masters and Virginia Johnson a few years ago.
1. Excitement: In this phase arousal, it means that the woman initiated or agreed to have sex. In the beginning, she found that she focused on sexual stimulation. The blood vessels begin to secrete, stimulating the clitoris, vagina and nipples and creating a sexual sensation throughout the body. Increased heart rate and blood pressure. Testosterone and neurotransmitters such as dopamine and serotonin contribute to these processes, says Dr.Ingber.
2. Plateau: Sexual arousal creates orgasm. The outer third of the vagina, specifically the blood vessels, creates what researchers call “orgasm platform.” Focus on sexual stimuli that express other emotions such as heart rate, blood pressure and breathing continue to rise.
3.Orgasm: Rhythmic contractions occurs in the uterus, vagina and pelvic floor muscles. Orgasm is caused by making love or releasing self-stimulation, and the muscles throughout the body may become stiff. The feeling of warmth usually arises from the pelvis and spreads throughout the body.
4. Resolution: The body will be relaxed. Blood flow from the genitals, heart rate, blood pressure and respiration will return to normal.
For these some steps, you may take into account to make sure you and your partner can get a satisfied experience during sex.
Article by: Health.D Cam
Source: EVERYDAY HEALTH