Female orgasm clarified: Study computes how to excite every part of a woman's human body (actually nipples, ears and FEET) to reach the Large O.

The female orgasm is definitely a source of fascination.<br />

The female orgasm is definitely a source of fascination.

Some say a woman can climax with vaginal stimulation alone. Many say the clitoris has to be involved.

Nonetheless, a brand new study calls to enlarge our comprehension of how a girl can be aroused

With the right type of rhythm and touch, a woman can experience orgasms from the clitoral, the G-spot, the cervix - and non-genital areas such as the lips, nipples, ears, neck, fingers, and toes.

It is specific to each woman.

While the erotic body map of a guy does not transform, a girl's 'cause zones' are continuously evolving over time.

Distinct partners, settings, sounds, and experiences also play an important part as a woman builds up into a finish in laying the bases.

'Unlike men, women can have a remarkable assortment of orgasmic experiences, which evolve through the lifespan,' said senior writer Jim Pfaus, a psychology professor.

WHY DO ORGASMS FEEL SO GOOD?

Dr Adam Safron of Northwestern University has mapped how rhythmic stimulation alters brain activity.

In a nutshell, sexual stimulation focuses our neurons in such a way that we are sent into a trance, blocking out everything else and concentrating solely, intensely on the sensation alone.

We lose our usual self-awareness and consciousness of other noises, feelings, and smells around us.

No other natural stimulation could recreate this level of concentration.

Stimulating nerves in a particular way at a particular speed over and over again focuses our neurons.

They begin to synchronize their activity. This focusing process is called neural entrainment.

Eventually, if stimulation continues long enough, this synchronization can spread throughout the brain making us more focused than ever.

This may be crucial for allowing for a sufficient intensity of experience to trigger the mechanisms of climax.


'A woman's sensual body map is just not etched in stone, but rather is a continuous process of discovery, experience, and building.'

Together, they examined how a clitoris-vagina stimulation debate has grown since the Victorian times.

Fundamentally, they ignored the notion that there's one set region for stimulation, and one set formula of the best way to arouse a girl.

A crucial part of achieving a 'whole' orgasm is a woman intimately understanding how each part of her body reacts to different sensations

'Orgasms don't have to come from one site, nor from all sites. And they don't have to be the same for every woman, nor for every sexual encounter even in the same girl, to be valid and whole,' Pfaus said

'With encounter, all of these triggering zones or stimuli of one are integrated into a 'whole' set of arousals, sensory inputs, motions, body positions and discriminative stimuli related to circumstance.

'That combination of sensory stimulation is what faithfully induces climax and enjoyment during intercourse and masturbation.

'That said, we think it's probably this changes across the lifespan, as girls experience different types of orgasms from different types of senses in different contexts and with different partners.'