‘Screaming during sex doesn’t mean a good orgasm – It just makes men feel better’: Sexual health nurse reveals

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No need to disturb the neighbors with shouts of pleasure during the duration of sex to show your partner that you have a good time in bed. There are other – more genuine – signs that you are about to reach the climax. So what really happens during the Big O? reveals Sarah Mulindwa, ‘sexual health nurse’ and host of Channel 4’s The Sex Clinic and The SUN reports.

In movies, porn and basically anything that contains sex, the female orgasm is often presented with the woman screaming in joy (Meg Ryan pretending to orgasm in the dinner scene of the movie “When Harry Met Sally”). Although it is possible to react this way, it is not, however, realistic.

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Screaming is often translated as good sex and the women often do it to reassure their partner he’s doing a great job, claims ‘sex nurse’

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According to the “expert”, whether it’s a few screams during the foreplay or a loud scream when it reaches the orgasm, it usually has nothing to do with how much fun the woman is having. I was not surprised to read that scientists at the University of Ottawa in Canada found that loud voices are not a good measure of female orgasm, said the nurse.

The brain is a powerful force

Their findings, published in Journal of Sexual Medicinesuggest that the female orgasm should be defined as “pleasant satisfaction” with faster breathingincreased heart rate, chills and creepiness being some of the key factors – while moans are not there as a measure of comparison.

“Agree. In my clinical experience, I find that women are “noisy” during sex because they think it will increase sexual arousal of their partner. Ekin-Su started screaming so loudly when Davide massaged her in the ‘Love Island’ villa that some viewers said they had to turn off their TV. We all love a massage to relax our tense muscles, but how many of us have had an orgasm as a result? The answer is close to zero. It’s ingrained in us to make some kind of ‘affirming noise in these romantic scenarios — but as much as Ekin-Su seemed to enjoy it, it’s doubtful that it caused her any genuine pleasure.

For women to better understand how to achieve orgasms, improve sexual experiences and feel empowered to they ask for what they want, it is important to have a good basic understanding of what happens during climax – the chemical physiological changes. A definition of orgasm is “a pleasant release of sexual tension”. It can be defined as the fourth stage of a sexual encounter, after anticipation.

More than 90 percent of of men experience orgasms through her sexual intercourse – much more often than women which achieve it approx half the times. However, we rarely see men on screen screaming with pleasure. Women can experience pleasure in different ways.

We may think of sex and orgasm as a physical act but it’s also a psychological one (mostly for women), according to his nurse sex. It affects our whole body. Orgasm triggers activity in areas of the brain associated with touch, memory, emotions and judgment. THE human brain it affects so significantly that some women are able to reach orgasm just by thinking, without any physical stimulation. As sexual intensity increases, blood flow to the outside of the vagina increases, creating what we call an “orgasm platform.”

Arriving at orgasm, a series of contractions occur in the uterus, vagina and muscles around the women’s sensitive area. The brain releases the happiness hormone -dopamine- and -oxytocin-, the love hormone. This combination is due to pleasure, desire and motivation. Achieving orgasm can be one of the most rewarding and pleasurable experiences for the human body.

As the pleasure increases towards him orgasm, you will notice that your breathing and heart rate increase, while the tension increases in the genital area and often in the thighs. Since all bodies are different, everyone will react in different ways – most often by exhaling heavily. However, you don’t need to scream and wake up the neighbors to prove it you enjoy.

The preliminary gamesIt is the most important part of sex for a woman’s body»

In foreplay saying things like “Oh yeah!” instead of “Could you do that?” it can prevent you from feeling pleasure in bed and create communication problems in your relationship. Not only will it be harder for you to experience genuine pleasure and an orgasm, but you can feel cut off from your partner.

There are great advantages to being silent during foreplay. Putting pressure on yourself to perform, pretending to enjoy it by shouting is something that will only diminish your pleasure. To achieve them better orgasmsthe preliminary games are vital.

We often tend to over-give emphasis on penetrative sex. However, many women need her stimulation clitoris to reach orgasm and find it difficult to achieve this only through vaginal intercourse. This n lack of understanding is partly responsible for the orgasm gap between men and women. Awareness of erogenous zones, including ears, nipples, fingertips, and inner thighs is also essential when considering a woman’s pleasure. By spending time in these areas you will achieve better, deeper and more intense orgasms when penetration finally occurs.

Finally, men, don’t worry if we’re not screaming—it turns out we now have scientific proof that orgasms have nothing to do with nothing with the screaming.

Source: News Beast

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