WebMD 1:01: Why Does an Orgasm Feel Good?
Noah, did you know that the human sexual response cycle has four phases? Excitement, plateau of arousal, orgasm, why what was good last one again?
Where you quietly dress and sneak out. Let's just feels on orgasms and why they feel so good.
Neuroscientist from Northwestern University explains how orgasms feel so good
During sex, there's a measurable activity decrease in the brain regions associated with behavioral control, fear, anxiety, and judgment, clearing the way for orgasm stress-free, good old time.
So while you're getting jiggy with it, thousands of pleasure signals are being sent from the central nervous system to the brain, flooding it with dopamine.
That's a chemical body produces to make you feel nude smal tits. And eventually your body feels so good that for men it leads to an overwhelming crescendo of intense pleasure that can last up to a whole 10 seconds. A woman's orgasm on average lasts 20 seconds, but can be much longer.
And unlike men, women also have multiple orgasms.