Sunday, April 3, 2016

6 non-sexual ways women can reach orgasm

In one of the previous posts, we were investigating different ways to experience orgasm, and among them where few approaches, like mental orgasm and dream-gasm do not require any sensual stimulation. In a way to explore, what might be other possible approaches for women to reach orgasmic experience, I have located the scientific and user reports on having been stimulated to the “emotional sexual pick experience” through mostly uncommon and unconditional practices.

Definitely, when talk big numbers, clitoral stimulation works for the waste majority of the people, nipples stimulation may not be so efficient, but still fairly common. The methods, covered below, less known, less common, and might not be applicable to you at all. Read them, try imagine yourself applying them, and create some mental inventory of the personal experimentation: feel free to reject those, which do not look “your methods” right away, leave under doubt “may be”, and, the most important, think about your own unique experience, listen your body, care for your body, and learn to record signals, your body is sending you.

In this World, there is much more than old traditional sex. Not that I am somehow against it. Not a bit. But if you would be able to find new ways to make your life more colorful, more sensual, and more satisfying, why not?

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1.                   Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response

This could cause embarrassment at the salon, but a phenomenon called Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response causes women to have an orgasm-like experience that is restricted to the head. ASMR is most often prompted by haircuts, but other women achieve these mind orgasms by watching clips that tap into strange fantasies – such as people checking for lice or applying make-up.

Other people claim that the sound of whispering or tapping fingernails can cause pleasurable tingles, associated with ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response). This tingling sensation can be accompanied by feelings of euphoria and relaxation.

Aside from whispering and hair cutting, some of the other things that can trigger the sensation include tapping or scratching sounds, the sound of rain, or white noise. Some people report outstanding ASMR experience, when getting an ear exam or any other kind of close, personal attention.

People, who make YouTube videos for ASMR (they call themselves ASMRtists), shape them around different triggers, to try to appeal to different people. Some play videos showing people playing with a friend’s hair, other “role-play” videos have a person pretending to do your makeup, or give you an eye exam.

The further investigation shows, that here are two main types of ASMR, Type A and Type B. Those with Type A claim to be able to trigger successfully ASMR through meditation, or just thinking about a “turning-on point”, while Type B people need to actually experience the trigger. People who practice ASMR admit the experience is very personal, and there is next to impossible to predict the effect on the individual.

“The strongest type of tingle…feels like sparkles or little fireworks going off,” one of the ASNRtist says. “The strongest one would give you the feeling of being exhausted, pleasantly tired, satisfied almost you want to say. Then there are much less strong tingles, and they feel just pleasant. Almost like sand is being poured down your spine. [Or] like when you get the funny elbow, when you hit it and it feels like it just goes off everywhere.”

The ASMR is so new to the World, that so far the only one research paper has been published on the phenomenon. In March 2015, Emma Barratt, a graduate student at Swansea University, and Dr. Nick Davis, then a lecturer at the same institution, published the results of a survey of some 500 ASMR enthusiasts. “ASMR is interesting to me as a psychologist because it’s a bit ‘weird’” says Davis, now at Manchester Metropolitan University. “The sensations people describe are quite hard to describe, and that’s odd because people are usually quite good at describing bodily sensation. So we wanted to know if everybody’s ASMR experience is the same, and of people tend to be triggered by the same sorts of things.”

The study asked a range of questions about where, when and why people watch ASMR videos, whether there was any consistency in ASMR-triggering content, as well as whether individuals felt it had any effect on their mood. There was a remarkable consistency across participants in terms of triggering content – whispering worked for the majority of people, followed by videos involving some sort of personal attention, crisp sounds, and slow movements. For the most part, participants reported that they watched ASMR videos for relaxation purposes, or to help them sleep or deal with stress.

Only 5% of participants reported that they used ASMR media for sexual stimulation, which is counter to a common perception of the videos found online. “There are a lot of people who watch onto some ASMR videos involving attractive women and dismiss what we found to be a very nuanced activity as exclusively sexual. Our findings will hopefully dispel that idea,” explains Barratt. “The fact that a huge number of people are triggered by whispering voices suggests that the sensation is related to being intimate with someone in a non-sexual way. Very few people reported a sexual motivation for ASMR, it really is about feeling relaxed or vulnerable with another person,” adds Davis.

In March of 2012, members of the “I Am ASMR” Facebook group designated April 9-th as the “International ASMR Day.

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2.                   Mushrooms Smell

Scientists have discovered unique and special mushroom that, when sniffed, can give women an immediate orgasm. The Dictyophora species, which grows on dried lava in Hawaii, smells disgusting to men. But, when sniffed by female volunteers, more than half experienced spontaneous orgasms.

The mushroom's aphrodisiac powers were first discovered in 2001, but scientists John Halliday and Noah Soule have now brought it back into the public eye in the recent article on IFL Science.

It is yet to be discovered the exact reason, on why sniffing the fungi has such an extreme effect, but Halliday and Soule say it has hormone-like compounds, which may be similar to those released during sex.

3.                   Barefoot on the Grass

At least one woman in the Netherlands can reach a sexual climax simply by walking around barefoot. It started after she suffered nerve damage that left her unable to differentiate between her feet and her vagina – and medical experts say this is not an uncommon affliction.

In another reported case, a 55-year-old woman experienced up to six orgasms a day, all of which originated in her left foot, for about a year-and-a-half before visiting a doctor. She did not even need to feel any kind of sexual arousal for her orgasm to start in the foot, creep its way up to behind the knee, and end in the vagina. Although MRI scans of her brain and foot showed no abnormalities, researchers found in another test that the nerves differentiated between her left and right feet. After receiving an anesthetic injection into the spinal nerve that receives sensory information from the foot, she has not had an orgasm since.

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4.                   Yawning

If you take the antidepressant Clomipramine, you are in for some pleasure: one of the well-known side effects of this drug is having an orgasm from yawning.

How does this work? The theory is simple, the drug got affinity for lots of receptors. Not all of these receptors are in the brain, but most of them exist throughout the body and contribute to the side effect profile of the drug. The specific adrenergic receptors are also located in your genitalia. And this may be where clomipramine is having its unexpected, though pleasurable, side effect.

5.                   Fitness and Yoga

Scientists recently discovered that around 40 per cent of women have experienced orgasms mid-workout at least once. Researchers failed to figure out why this happens, particularly as there is no direct stimulation or fantasies involved in the phenomenon.

Yoga, in particular, is known to give some pleasant moments for devoted yoginis. Some yoga instructors encourage the ability to achieve orgasm while nailing positions, hailing it as a stress-relieving bonus. Whether it is the downward-facing dog or the leftward seagull, many yoga enthusiasts have revealed the orgasmic benefits of the practice.

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6.                   Stimulating Your Belly Button

This is not talked about very often, but there are people in the world who are really, really turned on by belly buttons (it is called naval fetishization). It is so intense that they can actually have an orgasm. There is not a lot of research on it, but people have theorized that belly button stimulation can hit the vagus nerve, which connects your brain to your cervix. This is the nerve that makes it extremely painful for a dude to be hit in the balls, but for women, it is the nerve that can actually make them orgasm.


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