It’s been said that women are not capable of having an orgasm or if they say they do, they’re most probably faking it. However, according to recent scientific studies, women can have a so-called “super orgasm,” which lets them experience sexual climax up to 100 times during intense moments of pleasure.
The experiment was featured in the documentary titled, “The Super Orgasm,” which aimed to address the “myth” that women are capable of having multiple orgasms. To bust the myth, scientists took in five female volunteers for the study.
A super orgasm is an ability to achieve multiple orgasms — about 100 times — in a row.
One of the findings stated that that multi-orgasmic women tend to release more oxytocin.
Oxytocin, or the love hormone, facilitates the bond between the woman and her sexual partner.
In the first part of the study, investigators monitored the effects of watching porn on the volunteers’ bodies. Those who are capable of experiencing super orgasms are usually those who have excellent blood circulation on their genitals.
In the second part, volunteers were asked to masturbate as their bodies are being scanned through an MRI. Investigators monitored what part of the brain gets activated when a woman is aroused or has an orgasm. The brain scans revealed that “super orgasmic women have high alpha waves throughout the arousal period.” In other words, women feel relaxed the entire time. In contrast, women who only have single orgasms are found to have low alpha waves levels. With these findings, researchers came to a conclusion on how a woman can experience the super orgasm.
It's about "turning off the brain, becoming less engaged, and letting go."
Gents, what this means is that your woman should be free from stressful thoughts when doing the deed. Take into consideration her physical needs and surely, she’ll appreciate you for the satisfying sexual experience.
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