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domingo, 17 de julio de 2011

¿Cómo saber cuando estoy excitada?

La temperatura corporal

Cuando comenzamos a sentirnos excitadas, la temperatura de nuestro cuerpo aumenta. Comenzarás a sentir más calor a lo largo de todo tu cuerpo, al mismo tiempo que tendrás la sensación de que tu cuerpo emana un aire caliente.


Otra señal clara de que estás excitándote es una sensación de cosquilleo en la zona genital. Esto se debe a una mayor concentración de sangre que se acumula en esta parte de tu cuerpo durante la excitación sexual.

El olor

Al momento de excitarte también podrás notar un olor distinto saliendo de tu piel. Estas son las famosas feromonas que emanan un olor característico, estimulante y muy sensual durante el proceso de excitación.

La lubricación

Este debe ser sin duda el signo más claro y distintivo de la excitación femenina. Tu vagina comenzará a producir más flujo, lubricándose de modo de prepararse para la penetración.

Los pezones

Tus pechos también son sensibles a la excitación, en especial los pezones. Cuando estás excitada los pezones se endurecen y erectan, quedando más sensibles al tacto y a cualquier estimulación.

What happens during the sexual excitation?

With the woman the excitation formation is in the genital range a complicated interaction of feelings, fantasies and physical reactions. The sexual reaction is divided generally into four phases (after Masters and Johnson, Sexologists):

* Excitation phase
* Plateau phase
* Orgasmic phase
* Recovery phase

Excitation phase

In the excitation phase the tension in the body rises. This tension, which is felt positively, is released by stroking, affecting, Petting, in addition, e.g. by sexual fantasies.

Physical sign is of the sheath. The sheath will further and longer, the sheath skin becomes “juicy”. The large labia swell on and unfold so the entrance to the sheath. The small labia will support thick and red and an opening of the sheath entrance. The Clitoris increases in size and extent and steps out from its environment easily. At the same time the nipples set up themselves, the breasts can easily swell and become larger. It comes to automatic muscle twitching, pulse and blood pressure rises.

Plateau phase

The excitation phase changes into the plateau phase. The excitation is strong and remains one while stably, before the orgasm is reached. In this time the outside sheath third narrows itself. This is called “Orgasmic Cuff”. In this range the strongest attraction expenditure-practices by back and forth the moving penis on the acorn. The clitoris withdraws itself few. It is indirectly excited by the movement of the penis. Blood pressure, pulse and breathing frequency rise. The muscle twitching are strengthened.

Orgasmic phase

The Orgasmic phase takes only some instants. It comes to muscle contractions and/or twitching, which can sometimes seize the whole body. Whereupon absolute relaxation follows. Similar to the man some women can have a kind ejaculation. From the urethra something liquid (no urine) can withdraw – one speaks in this case of the female ejaculation.

In the difference to most men the woman can come several times in rapid succession to the orgasm. Experiencing of the orgasms can be very different and is coined/shaped of many influences. The physiology is however always the same.

What still happens with the orgasm? The outside sheath third begins itself to pull rhythmically together, same takes place in the uterus. The closing muscle of the after contracts itself likewise like the “Orgasmic Cuff” of the sheath. The muscle tension is not limited only on the basin range, but seizes the whole body. Pulse, blood pressure and respiration rate increase in relation to the plateau phase only little.

Recovery phase

To the orgasm and/or the orgasms the recovery phase comes. The body needs a certain time relax from the complete excitation to. The blood must redistribute itself again. The labia achieve again its normal size of, the clitoris step out again easily, the sheath seal regress. The uterus swells off and shifts the used position.

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