The science behind the "heater"

Science is behind all our actions and of course the sex it is no exception.

We all know what the concept known as sexual tension or, more vulgarly, hot. It can happen in many situations: when you see someone you like very much, during an insinuating conversation, when you see a risque movie or, if you are a teenager, basically always.

However, it is true that when that sexual tension ends up being resolved, by whatever means, the excitement It decreases completely, especially in the case of men and, therefore, it takes a longer or shorter period of time until it repeats itself. This is curious, isn't it? How can it be possible to go from zero to one hundred and from one hundred to zero in such a sudden way? As I was saying, these questions have an answer and their protagonist, as always, is the science.

What do we know about the science of sexual arousal?

The main hormone associated with libido, is testosterone. Many people think that this substance is just a matter of mens, but nothing is further from reality. I know it is true that they synthesize it in larger quantities, but we also produce it.

However, at the level of sexual desire it intervenes in a different way. It is known that in men it is in charge of maintaining the erection.

As a curiosity, the levels of this hormone are usually very stop in the morningWhich is why men often wake up with a surprise under their pajamas. In addition, it also maintains the sexual desire.

As for the women, testosterone is also directly related to excitement; but in this case they intervene more factors. In fact, according to a study by the doctor John Randolph, the psychological factors have an even greater relevance than those of hormones, so it is essential that there is a emotional well-being.

Why does desire diminish after being satisfied?

Usually after a orgasm We all need a short break before we go in search of the next one, especially men.

This is due to the secretion of a hormonal cocktail, consisting mainly of endorphins, oxytocin and prolactin. The former are responsible for the feeling of well-being and the laughter of fools that, sometimes, we have after sex.

On the other hand, oxytocin produces dream, so perhaps from now on you should not be too hard on your partners if they fall asleep earlier than you would like. Finally, prolactin decrease the weight, so it is her that you should blame for the lack of desire afterwards.

This cocktail acts with more intensity on men, producing what is known as refractory effect. However, the truth is that sometimes the difference seems even more evident due to the simple fact of erection.

We don't externalize arousal in such an obvious way, but I do know that after orgasm lubrication May decrease; so, although sex is possible, it is also more painful.

Therefore, it is best to take advantage of this moment to rest, chat or whatever you feel like. Thus, you will take the next one with much more desire.