Orgasm brain chemical
8 Jan For the record, fMRI machines can look at what parts of your brain are lighting up. When people have orgasms in these scanners (for science!).
2 Apr Men and women's brains are not all that different when they have an chemicals that can be used to measure the intensity of your climax.
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Description:Overcome with a feeling of euphoria as a surge of blood rushes to the genitals, what exactly happens to the brain when you have an orgasm? The different nerves in the genitalia communicate with the brain about the sensation experienced. This can help explain why sensations can be perceived differently depending on what part of the body the person is being touched. A French study found women experience two different kinds of orgasms — clitoral and vaginal — that differ in blood flow and sensations. These orgasms also contain a different set of nerves.