Orgasm, or Persian orgasm, comes from the Greek word Orgasmos, which means excitement. And a very strong sensation is created in the person, which is called orgasm.
In men, orgasm is usually the result of physical sexual arousal of the penis, which is usually accompanied by ejaculation. However, orgasm is different in women because the stimulation is usually focused on the clitoris.
Actual control of orgasm occurs in the central nervous system, so there is not much understanding of the actual mechanism and evolutionary goals of orgasm.
The ability to reach orgasm and its intensity are very different in men and women. Actual control of orgasm occurs in the central nervous system, so there is not much understanding of the actual mechanism and evolutionary goals of orgasm. In recent years, a lot of effort and research has been done to understand and clarify the true secret of orgasm. Statistics show that 70-80% of women can reach orgasm by directly manipulating part of the clitoris, and the Mayo Clinic has shown that the intensity of orgasm can vary between women; That is, the frequency of orgasms and the amount of stimulation needed to initiate it can vary significantly between people. Anatomically, the clitoris has more than 8,000 sensory nerve terminals that help experience the ultimate sexual climax. It is also interesting to note that although the number of nerve terminals in the penis is the same, the response to physical stimulation is very different.
There is also evidence that the lips of the vulva and vagina play an important role in women’s orgasms. Recent studies have shown that the labia minora and urethra are particularly sensitive, so part of achieving a satisfactory result should involve both limbs. In addition, the scientific background confirms the fact that 25% of women reported difficulties in reaching orgasm and that 10% of women did not have an orgasm at all. This condition is called “lack of orgasm in women.”
In a 1994 study, researchers found that 74 percent of men and 29 percent of women reported being able to orgasm with their wives. Many women have said that their most satisfying sexual experiences have been in close relationships with their husbands and their husbands’ love for them, not based on reaching sexual orgasm. Women’s sexual health is never easily understood and orgasm should never be considered the only achievement of sex. When your spouse is ready to talk about any shortcomings, this is the first step towards a satisfying relationship that may even lead to happy endings in the future.
Source: Ni Ni Ban