The phenomenon of orgasm is somewhat abstract and magical.The huge problem about sex is nobody wants to talk about. Sex is one of the most basic physiological needs. In this article Impulsive Info will clear your doubts about orgasm with scientific facts. Watching porn would never tell you anything about orgasm. There are many such interesting facts which you would find really interesting and worth knowing. Here are the best 10 of interesting facts about orgasm:
Before starting let us know what is orgasm…
Orgasms feel generally similar for men and women. The two body parts primarily involved in orgasms, the penis and clitoris, are homologous, meaning they both originate from the same tissue in the developing embryo. Additionally, the spinal cord and brain are connected to the penis and clitoris by the same nerve route—a pair of pudendal nerves.
Interesting Facts About Orgasm:
1. orgasms are affected by cognitive, psychological, and pharmacological variables.
2. Men’s orgasms stimulate the same area of the brain as does heroin in an addict’s brain, strongly suggesting that sex can be addictive.
3. Multiple orgasms are orgasms that occur in close succession, from a few seconds to a few minutes apart. Multiple orgasms are more frequently associated with women; however, men can experience them as well.
4. Using condoms does not affect the quality of an orgasm. A woman is equally likely to experience an orgasm with or without a condom. If a man is resistant to wearing a condom, partners may consider manual stimulation first.
ACCORDING TO PLANNED PARENTHOOD, 30% OF WOMEN HAVE HAD TROUBLE REACHING AN ORGASM. AS MANY AS 80% HAVE DIFFICULTY REACHING ORGASM THROUGH VAGINAL INTERCOURSE.
5. Orgasms can be elicited from various regions of the body—including the penis, clitoris, vagina, G-spot, cervix, prostrate, nipples, breasts, and anus—as well as from visual stimulation, auditory stimulation, and mental imagery.
6. Orgasms do not stop at a certain age. Some people can experience orgasms past the age of 90.
7. The time it takes to reach an orgasm varies considerably. Orgasm also depends on a variety of factors such as age, sexual experience, and drugs. Men typically require 2–10 minutes to reach orgasm (though men who experience “delayed orgasms” may need an hour or more of stimulation). While women typically require a more prolonged period of stimulation before an orgasm (often 20 minutes), some women can have an orgasm within 30 seconds of self-stimulation.
8. Approximately 15%–20% of American women have never had an orgasm.
9. In one study, 85% of men reported that their partner had an orgasm. However, only 64% of their female partners reported experiencing an orgasm, creating what some sexologists call an “orgasm gap.”
10. Anorgasmia means “lack of orgasm.” This condition, where a person cannot achieve orgasm, can affect both men and women.
11. For some women, stimulation of the nipples and breasts can increase the likelihood of having an orgasm and increase its intensity. However, in some women, this stimulation has no effect or a negative effect.
12. Orgasms can relieve pain, albeit for only about 8–10 minutes afterwards. However, even thinking about sex can relieve pain.
THE WORLD RECORD FOR A WOMAN MASTURBATING TO ORGASM IS 6 HOURS AND 30 MINUTES. THE WORLD RECORD FOR MAN MASTURBATING TO ORGASM IS 8 HOURS AND 30 MINUTES.
13. Approximately 47% of women experienced their first orgasm through masturbation. The average age to experience it is 18.
14. Two types of fluid are associated with women’s orgasm: vaginal lubricant and female ejaculate.
15. Women who feel less secure in their relationship are less likely to orgasm.
16. Scientists are unsure why some men experience significantly increased sensitivity and even pain of the penis after orgasm.
17. Men can have an orgasm without the stimulation of his penis. In fact, most men have experienced an orgasm while asleep (also known as a wet dream).
18. Ancient Egyptians believed that the god Atum created the world through masturbating and that the Tigris River was formed by the semen of a god.
19. A typical orgasm produces about 5 ml, or 1 teaspoonful, of semen.
20. An orgasm burns just 2–3 calories, though a person can burn around 50 calories in the activity leading up to the orgasm.
21. For men, having an orgasm two or more times a week is a sign that he is more likely to live longer.
22. Research indicates that 67% of women fake orgasm.
THE RECORD FOR THE MOST FEMALE ORGASMS IN A SINGLE MASTURBATION SESSION WAS REPORTEDLY 49 FROM A WOMAN IN LONDON IN 2006.
23. Around 75% of women need clitoral stimulation and are unable to orgasm through intercourse alone.
24. Some scientists believe that not every woman has a G-spot. The G-spot is typically believed to be located 1–2 inches up on the inside wall of the vagina. It is usually pea-sized but can grow to be the size of a walnut.
25. When a woman orgasms, her body produces four times the normal amount of oxytocin, the chemical that stimulates bonding.