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Sexual Arousal – Male and Female Erogenous Zones

Sexual Arousal | Testosterone Deficiency | Testosterone Replacement Therapy | Aphrodisiacs | Anaphrodisiacs | Sexual Response Cycle | Sexual Response | Female Orgasm | Male Orgasm | The GSpot | Multiple Orgasms

There are many factors that influenced sexual arousal and these include hormones, emotion, fantasy, senses, intimacy between two people and many other influences.

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Hormones play an important part in our sexual desire and arousal. Hormone such as testosterone increased both male and female sexual desire, however woman produce much smaller amount of testosterone compare to man because woman’s body are more sensitive to testosterone and only require a small amount to stimulate sexual desire.

Hormones have no impact on sexual functioning which means a person may have low level of testosterone as this would only affect their level of sexual interest and they are fully capable of achieving erection and orgasms.

Our senses also play an important role in sexual arousal and this vary from person to person with regards to touch, sight, smells, sound and taste.

Touch

Our bodies have numerous nerves ending distributed evenly throughout the body that is very responsive to touch. The part of the body that is highly responsive to stimulation is known as erogenous zones. There are two areas of erogenous zones, primary and secondary.

Primary erogenous zones consist of dense concentration of nerve endings and these include buttocks, perineum, anus, genitals, breasts, nipples, inner thighs, armpits, naval, neck, ears, mouth, lips and tongue. Secondary erogenous zones include all other areas of the body.

Vision

Research indicated that male are more arouse and responsive to visual stimuli than female. Men who watch porn films and videos are sexually excited where as women found these videos to be offensive and not sexually arouse.

Smell

Some people are sexually aroused by the smell of genital secretions of their partner and this varies from people to people. In some European area women use the odor of their own genital secretions which they place behind an ear or on the back of the neck to sexually arouse their partner.

Taste

Some people also get sexually arouse from the taste of genital secretion of their partner. Some women’s partner gets arouse by the erotic taste of vaginal lubrication during oral sex. Some man’s partner gets arouse by the taste of droplet of fluid that appear at the tip of penis during oral sex.

Hearing

During sexual interaction some people get arouse from hearing their partner’s erotic conversation, moan, and orgasmic cries. However, others prefer their partner to be silence during sexual interaction.

Testosterone Deficiency Testosterone deficiency is caused by insufficient production of testosterone and it can affect both male and female.

Testosterone Replacement Therapy Testosterone replacement therapy is use to treat testosterone deficiency in both men and women but it is more commonly used in men.

Aphrodisiacs An aphrodisiacs is a substance that increases sexual desire and sexual arousal.

Anaphrodisiacs Anaphrodisiacs is a substance that inhibits sexual desire and sexual arousal.

Sexual Response Cycle Based on Master and Johnson’s analysis there are four phases of sexual response cycle and these include excitement phase, plateau phase, orgasm phase, and resolution phase.

Sexual Response Sexual response in aging men and women takes more time and effort compare to younger men and women.

Female Orgasm Female orgasm is caused by muscle contraction of the sex organs that occur at a rate of 0.8 seconds.

Male Orgasm Even though male orgasm is associated with ejaculation, but these two processes are not the same and do not take place at the same time.

The GSpot The GSpot is the area on the front wall of the vagina underneath the urethra and surrounding gland.

Multiple Orgasms Multiple orgasms occur when individual experience more than one orgasm in a short period of time.

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