Saturday, June 13, 2015
What Does A Female Orgasm Feel Like?
By Jennifer Elizabeth Masters
Your Brain On Orgasm
Multiple orgasms are a continued flow of energy upward and downward throughout the body. Wave after wave of pleasure ebbs and flows. Multiple orgasms can be more body focused, than genital, with undulating body movements and jerky limbs. Some women can allow continued stimulation during her orgasm to continue. More often than not, a woman's body is so highly sensitized at this point that even the slightest touch could send her body into involuntary convulsions and jerky motions. Some women have such an intense release that they black out or feel faint after orgasm. This is why the French call an orgasm la petite mort, "Little Death."
Some intense orgasms can actually cause cramping in the colon, rectum and anus. This can be caused by lactose intolerance, constipation or other issues. When I experienced this, it was due to pizza as melted cheese is especially difficult to digest. Pizza is off my diet plan, as I prefer pain free orgasms!
When a woman is having an orgasm she may want all stimulation to stop, as her clitoris, nipples and abdomen can become highly sensitive. Oxytocin is released which flows through the body giving her an intoxicated feeling of mellow enjoyment and bliss.
Jennifer Elizabeth Masters is a love and passion coach. Her expertise lies in addiction, codependency and self esteem. Her work helps you let go of the need to be perfect, anxiety, depression, control and fears. Her first book, Odyssey Victim To Victory is the story of her personal journey and recovery from severe health issues, negativity and all of the above.