How Orgasms Affect Our Bodies
When we orgasm different parts of our bodies go into work to help us achieve our sexual pleasure. The last day of July is National Orgasm Day, it seems then fit to learn more about orgasm and how it affects different parts of the human body.
Some women have difficulties achieving orgasm but with time and a sense of self-exploration anyone can learn more about their body’s pleasure responses, which will lead to experiencing more orgasms. Taking the time to figure it out will definitely be a worthwhile journey.
Remember that every orgasm is different, and every woman experiences her orgasms differently. However, having a better understanding of how our body reacts to sexual stimulation can help you unlock the knowledge of what gets you there. Take time either alone or with your partner to figure out what you like and find your own rhythm.
But how much do you know about what your body is doing when you reach that bliss? Understanding more about what actually happens in your body during arousal and orgasm might help you reach climax more often.
In the infographic below is a quick summary to what your body is doing while you’re working towards an orgasm. Take a look and see which parts of the body work together when an orgasm takes place.