11 Shocking Sex Facts About The Female Orgasm

Shocking Sex Facts about the Female Orgasm
Editor's Note: This article has been recently updated with latest information and research studies.
 

Though many do not speak of orgasms openly, there are many benefits to them. Many people know very little about how their bodies work and how an orgasm occurs. After reading this 11 facts, you should feel good that you now know even more about orgasms and just how the human body works.

1. Women Climax Prematurely, Too

When someone thinks of a premature climax, many people would think that it is reserved for men only. However, this is false, as anyone could have a premature climax. This is especially true for those who have gone awhile without any sexual contact. Some people climax prematurely simply because their brains became over excited too quickly and others because stimulation of the genitals was focused upon solely. Though many would like to believe only men do this, women can too. In fact, studies have shown that 40 percent of women orgasm prematurely, without intending to do so.

2. Not All Orgasms Are Earth Shattering

It is well known that no orgasm is like another, and this goes for intensity as well. Many people would like to believe that each orgasm is wonderful, but this isn’t true. Studies have shown that the intensity of a person’s orgasm can be effected by many different things, even what that person was looking at when the orgasm occurred. Because of this, not every orgasm is big, and some may even be so small, they go unnoticed.

3. Are High Heels Orgasmic?

Many designers have made the news by claiming that high heels can put a woman in an orgasmic situation. However, this statement is not that true at all. In fact many scientists have stated that there is no correlation between wearing high heels and orgasms. Though, wearing certain clothing can lead a woman to feel more sexy, which therefore can make becoming aroused easier and could lead to an easier orgasm.

High Heels Orgasmic

4. The Hands-Free Orgasm Is Real

When people think of how an orgasm is achieved, many begin to picture something that looks like an HBO after dark special. Though, studies have shown that someone can simply think themselves into orgasms. This is because of the brains connection with our bodies, and how our brain signals our body to react. Because of this, people have experienced orgasms after just thinking hard enough and becoming over excited. Though this isn’t common, it’s definitely possible.

5. You Can ‘Yogasm’

Not everyone, or really anyone for that matter would think that doing yoga can be a sexual experience. However, because of a woman’s body, it is indeed possible. A yogasm is possible because when a woman stretches her PC muscles, it could cause the tissue around the g-spot to swell, which in turn can cause an orgasm. Many yoga participants have experienced a sudden orgasm while doing certain positions. Again, this isn’t common, but is possible.

Yogasm

6. You Can ‘Coregasm,’ Too

Similar to a yogasm, women have experienced an orgasm while doing exercises which focus upon her core. Again, this is due to where muscles are located and how they are effected during exercise. Though this is still a rather new discovery, it is seeming that more and more women are experiencing what is now being known as the coregasm.

Coregasm

7. Nipplegasms Are Real

Though this term is widely still unknown, a nipplegasm is just what it sounds like, an orgasm which is caused by stimulation of the nipples. However, direct stimulation is not recommended, but a mix up of different light stimulation is. This is because a woman’s nipple is sensitive and can cause the body to react sexually.

8. Oral Is One of the Best Ways to Get Off

It’s quite obvious why many people prefer oral to other types of sexual contact. This is because oral stimulation is perhaps one of the strongest forms of stimulation there is. For obvious reasons being that oral sex is direct stimulation of the genitals, leading to stronger orgasms and could even make many people last longer than they would have otherwise.

9. Orgasms Can Relieve Pain

When in pain, the last thing people think of to relieve their pain would be to have an orgasm. However, an orgasm is one of the best and free pain relievers one could ever try. This is because of the chemicals which are released in the brain when an orgasm occurs, and such chemicals block pain receptors in the brain, making pain vanish. Orgasms also work to help ease menstrual cramp pains, because of chemicals and the fact that an orgasm causes a female’s uterus to contract, which in turn relieves the pain.

10. Orgasms May Actually Get Better With Age

Many people believe that as they age, sex becomes a thing of the past, especially good sex. However, this simply isn’t true. In fact, many older people have shown increased sexual desire as they age, especially in women. Many factors can contribute to this, such as the lack of stress caused by children and more. Many older couples are also more confident, which leads to greater sexual experiences than when they were younger.

11. Turns Out, the Female Orgasm Is Important

Decades ago, the female orgasm was something of a myth, but thanks to modern science we now know the truth. The truth being that the female orgasm is very real, and is actually rather important. This is because having an orgasm keeps your mind and body healthy, while also lowering stress levels and even helping promote heart health. Frequent and regular orgasms also help a woman’s reproductive system stay healthy, among other benefits.

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Expert Author : Mark Simms (Consumer Health Digest)

Mark Simms is a prolific freelance health and beauty writer, independent researcher with a long history and expertise of providing reliable and relatable health content for magazines, newsletters, websites including blogs and journals. He also enjoy exploring men’s and women’s health category writing articles about sex and relationships, product review and providing information on sexual health.

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