ORGASMS: Why Cowboys and Cowgirls Will Gravitate Towards A Partner Who Brings Them The Most Pleasure
When two bodies collide intimately, our bodies react in the most primal of ways. When ready for sex, humans naturally become aroused.
A huge element at play is the natural level of pheromones that attract partners to one another and influence sexual behavior. Pheromones can stimulate arousal, desire, lust and even fertility.
From swollen or enlarged genitalia, to the chemicals and hormones released from our brain.. as humans we crave that euphoric feeling of pleasure. Of that release where everything else falls away but the “feeling”.
From a scientific standpoint though, what are those hormones exactly?
What chemicals does the brain release during intercourse, and how does this affect the physical act?
When one has sex, the brain releases two primary hormones: oxytocin and vasopressin.
Oxytocin is released at orgasm and is associated with both sexual pleasure and emotional bonding. Oxytocin, dopamine, and serotonin are often referred to as our “feel good or happy hormones.”
When you are attracted to another person, your brain releases the chemical dopamine, your serotonin levels increase, and oxytocin is than produced. This causes you to feel a certain ‘euphoria’ so to speak.
In males, vasopressin comes into play in the arousal process. The increase of vasopressin while erect is directly associated with increased motivation to have intercourse.
Now that we have a bit of the science behind the chemicals and hormones.. lets talk a bit about why finding a partner who is sexually compatible (pleasure wise) is important for a healthy sex life. Lets be honest, not everyone has the same level of sex drive. Some people are older, more tired, more out of shape or just don’t need as much sex or pleasure as others.
When two partners have different sex drives; one’s needs are fulfilled less. Whether it simply means partners aren’t having as much sex as one needs, or one partner isn’t making sure the other orgasm’s as well, an in-balance is created.
Those hormones we brought up before? They actually can become addicting. Many can become “hooked” on that oxytocin, dopamine or serotonin release during orgasm. Once not being given pleasure, some can be left not just unsatisfied but feeling a form of withdrawal from the high of arousal.
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Or if you don’t necessarily want to try to better your sex life with your partner, you can always go out and find a new partner who has similar sexual needs and desires.
Either way, enjoy that pleasure, that orgasm and those amazing chemicals and hormones released during sex. You deserve to feel good.