Vibratory Stimulation for Sex Arousal
Jul 03,2022 | Lovevib
It is activated in males by pressing the glans penis while observing an increase in the muscle mass of the back. In addition, higher-level processes that include brain signals play an essential role in normal sexual functioning and reflexes like the bulbocavernosus reaction help to provide the explanation for the reason why digital (hand) or oral sex toys, vaginal and vibratory stimulation play significant roles in eliciting sexual erections, as well.
Here are some significant sex-related variations that may relate in the application of sexual vibrating. First females have a higher ability to experience multiple orgasms in an extremely short time, i.e. the sequential orgasm or multiple orgasm. This multiorgasmic capability could be a result of the combination of psychological and physical characteristics. One of these may be the different contribution of the autonomic nerve system during penile and vaginal g-spot stimulation ). Although the moderate level of activity in sympathetic nerves (i.e. insufficient withdrawal of the sympathetic nerve) can reduce penile Arousal ) However, moderate levels of sympathetic activity are believed to help and increase the arousal of vagina (. The different autonomic patterns allow significant vasocongestion as well as the sensitivity to be maintained on the vagina. However, they do not affect on the penis after an the orgasm.
Contrary to the initial stages of arousal, an orgasm can be associated with a substantial increase in the flow of sympathetic blood in both women and men ( the increased sympathetic activity persists for between 2 and 10 minutes following the orgasm. It is therefore possible that the sudden surge in sympathetic activity that is associated with an orgasm can trigger negative feedback that blocks long-term vasodilation (and therefore the sexual erection) for the penis, but not in the vagina. Additionally, because sensations are both more intense and felt to be more enjoyable when there is a higher level of genital blood pressure post-orgasmic, sensitization is likely to remain within the vagina but not in the penis. The high levels of sympathetic activity reduce the clitoral stimulation as it does for the penis . However, there is evidence in animal models showing that paracrine elements (such as the action of leptin in vasoactive intestinal protein) can keep clitoral orgasms going when there is mild sympathetic stimulation (). It is therefore possible that the structure of the vagina and clitoris enable the retention (or even the increase) of arousal after the sympathetic burst that is associated with orgasm.