When women emit deep, low sounds from their abdomens and with their mouths wide open this can sometimes lead to longer lasting, powerful orgasms and even female ejaculation. Contributors control their own work and posted freely to our site. If you need to flag this entry as abusive, send us an email. It's fairly gorgeous in Sonoma County this time of year and the days are getting warmer. This afternoon I rode in my car with my windows down and the radio blasting. And you have to open up your chest and throat, too.
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Share1K Shares 1K Living a life of stress and constant mental stimulation can lead us down a path of symptoms and medical conditions related to high stress. These people are often dealing with fatigue, food sensitivities, anxiety, poor digestion, brain fog and poor sleep quality. Those who suffer with these symptoms often suffer from lower Vagal Tone, meaning that they have a lower ability of the vagus nerve to be activated and perform its functions. So what is the Vagus Nerve? It is not the only nerve controlling our ability to decrease stressors, but it is by far the single most important nerve due to its far reaching effects.
Women and Orgasm: Facts About the Female Climax
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Just like any other area of the body, the genitalia contain different nerves that send information to the brain to tell it about the sensation that's being experienced. This helps to explain why the sensations are perceived differently depending on where someone is being touched. A clitoral orgasm, for example, differs from a vaginal orgasm because different sets of nerves are involved. All of the genitalia contain a huge number of nerve endings the clitoris alone has more than 8, of them , which are, in turn, connected to large nerves that run up through the body to the spinal cord.