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How Do I Know if I'm Having an Orgasm?
How do women really know if they are having an orgasm? | Life and style | The Guardian
Skip to content. Everyone experiences an orgasm in their own way, time, and to a varying degree. Some people report soaking the sheets and screaming to wake the neighbors, while others may experience a more subdued response. An orgasm is a reflex, usually accompanied by pleasurable feelings, that occurs when the body experiences sexual stimulation. Orgasm reverses the bodily processes of increased blood flow into the genitals and muscular tension that occur during sexual arousal, suddenly releasing built-up tension and allowing the body to return to its un-aroused state. Men and women have different anatomy and accordingly, orgasm in different ways. For both sexes, orgasm is a full body response.
What Does An Orgasm Feel Like? Signs You’ve Had One
Okay, first, there's one thing we can all do to improve our sex lives immensely. It doesn't require technique or encyclopedic knowledge. In fact—it doesn't even require a partner. This one thing and my very first suggestion to you is to stop comparing yourself and your experiences to others!
When you first become sexually active, it can be hard to tell if you're orgasming. Simply put, an orgasm is an intensely pleasurable physical response that results from the release of tension built up during sexual stimulation. There are some physical signals that can clue you in if you're on your way too.