Sex is an intense sensation, but how exactly does it feel? We've all heard about the 'feel-good' hormone or the 'passion play', but what exactly makes sex feel so enticing? It feels like an intense passion play, or it might even feel as if something is inside you! Read on to learn the secret behind sex and its effects on your body.
Feel good hormone
The 'Feel good' hormone is responsible for many of the feelings that are associated with sexual intercourse. It acts as a mood enhancer and also plays a role in bonding. In fact, it floods the system of a woman during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Intimate touch and sex increases this hormone. Boosting the levels of these hormones during intercourse is essential to ensuring a long, satisfying relationship.
In the animal kingdom, this 'Feel good' hormone affects the brain, promoting social grooming and enhancing sexuality.
Although little is known about the role of endorphins in human sexuality, it appears to be a key player in the pre and appetitive phases of intercourse. Further research is needed to determine the exact role of endorphins in human intercourse.
One of the most important roles that oxytocin plays during intercourse is in increasing the amount of endorphins in the bloodstream.
Natural pain killers, endorphins help decrease the sensation of pain in women with dyspareunia. While this hormone is not a primary trigger for sexual intercourse, it has been shown to reduce anxiety and boost orgasm intensity. Several ways to increase oxytocin levels are available and have many beneficial effects.
Like a passion play
When you think of sex, do you see it as intense or passionate? Or do you see it as purely mechanical? Those who view sex exclusively as passionate are unlikely to find lasting satisfaction with their partner, as intense sex will be largely wasted.
Sexual passion has many similarities to physical intimacy, with the additional addition of affection and emotion. If you think of sex as purely mechanical, you are likely to be disappointed and frustrated and miss out on all of the benefits of your relationship.
This revolutionary book will teach you how to create a passionate intercourse with your partner and transform your relationship. It teaches you new techniques to improve your sex life by bringing excitement and pleasure to your interactions.
The author offers specific instructions on depth, thrust, rhythm, and more, so you can be creative with your partner. This book is an invaluable addition to any woman's relationship library. You will be amazed at how much more passionate you will be after you read 'Sex Feels Like a Passion Play'.
Like a kiss
There is a saying: 'Sex feels like a kiss.' It may be the most romantic way to start a relationship, but what exactly does it mean? A kiss is a simple gesture of affection between two people. The intent of a kiss is not to turn the other person on. Instead, a kiss comes from care and sweetness. So why is sex so different for men and women?
The mouth is a highly sensitive organ and contains nerve endings that stimulate feelings of closeness. A kiss triggers love chemicals in the brain, including oxytocin, a hormone that makes us weak at the knees.
Although sex is increasingly casual, kisses have been found to be a gateway to intimacy and deeper relationships. This is not just the case for couples with young children.
In fact, the act of kissing can be an important part of foreplay and arousal. In addition to heightening the pleasure senses, kissing enhances arousal, which makes sex so addictive and satisfying.
Kissing has a huge role to play in lovemaking, and is a critical part of foreplay. It is an important part of intimacy in a relationship and keeps the flame burning.
In the case of foreplay, a kiss on the neck can also arouse intense passion. Ear play is one of the most erogenous parts of the body, so a kiss on the neck can quickly turn into steamy action between the sheets.
If the kiss is meant for foreplay, it may be a subtle hint to a crush or a partner. This simple gesture is also an ideal way to communicate how passionate your relationship is.
Like something is inside of you
Ever wondered what your partner is feeling during sex? If you've been with someone long enough, you've surely wondered what they feel when they're with you. Often, the only way to get close to describing how they feel is to ask them.
Here are some things to keep in mind when asking your partner if sex feels like something is inside of you. When you're truly turned on, the feeling may even be so intense that you feel like a lump in their stomach.