Forget what you knew until today about female orgasm – Sighs νούν mislead

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Forget what you knew until today about female orgasm – Sighs νούν mislead

Hundreds of women before, after, and during menopause completed a questionnaire about their orgasmic experiences in both solitary and partner sex

Researchers studying female orgasm have concluded, according to Sky News, that groaning is not part of orgasm and should be removed from a specific scale used to analyze the phenomenon. The study is published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine.

Hundreds of women before, after and during menopause completed a questionnaire about orgasm experiences both in a lonely and in a companion sexual context.

In the questionnaires there were questions about both Orgasm Evaluation Scale (ORS) as well as for Body Orgasm Scale (BSOS)both of which are used in scientific research on the sense of pleasure.

ORS includes elements such as trembling and a sense of gradual climax, as well as adjectives related to emotional intimacy such as “passionate”, “tender”. The BSOS scale includes reactions related to breathing, lower extremity spasms, sweating, and increased heart rate.

Researchers at the University of Ottawa found that on both scales, body sensation varied and included features such as unsteady breathing, high blood pressure and a sense of excitement.

However, experts recommend that groans be removed from the BSOS, as they always remain in conscious control. The study included 637 women aged 18 to 82 years. Some of the women who took part in the survey reported that “they experience some kind of emotional intimacy during a lonely orgasm. ” They attribute it to “access to a deeper experience of their own body».

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