Sunday, October 02, 2005

Resources website gave a simple breakdown of the four phases in the sexual response cycle. It provided the various body changes for men, women, and for both for the duration of the cycle. website provides an explanation of the cycle and some causes for dysfunction. It gives some answers to the questions concerning disruptions in the sexual response cycle.


There are perks in reading the following text. For one, it is always better to be more educated than to miss the boat that others are already on. This blog will spare you the embarrassment in conversation when others are talking about this and they are definitely talking. Maybe now the experience is an enlightened one for you and your partner.

Some Setbacks

Along this ride to pleasureville, some problems can occur that will negatively affect the sexual cycle. The disruptions can stem from physical or psychological orientations. Regardless of the nature of the problem, any of them can bring the ride to an abrupt halt. Then this becomes a problem for everyone involved.
It is very understandable that some physical issues could interfere with the cycle. Some physical problems are side effects from medications, hormonal changes, or any type of disease like heart or liver. There are medical conditions, so one really needs to be aware of their body and what they are in taking. These and other problems could certainly cause your sexual relationship to decline.
Another component to sexual dysfunction is the psychological aspect. In the sexual response cycle, the mental part plays an important and huge role in achieving an orgasm. Your mood is dependent on your mindset and if that is not right then nothing else will be either. For instance, problems like daily stresses, bad past experiences, or painful sexual encounters can limit the sexual relationship. The psychological issues from within can make it non-existent all together

The 4 Phases

Pay attention those who may not be aware of the essential, sequential order of the orgasm. There are 4 stages or phases leading up to what we know as the orgasm, which is the overwhelming euphoric feeling after intercourse. The 4 most common recognized stages are excitement, plateau, orgasm, and resolution.
In the first stage, excitement, both men and women experience increase breathing and heart rate. This has happened after some type of stimulation. In women, their vaginal area begins to enlarge and a vaginal lubricant is present. Also, the lips of the vagina begin to swell. In men, a slight erection is happening.
In the second stage, plateau, the fun is continuing on in a more intense manner. The male is now in full length of his penis potential. The female there are color changes to her vagina. The website stated, "The tissues of the walls of the outer third of the vagina swell with blood, and the opening to the vagina narrows. The clitoris disappears into its hood." In this stage, both gender experience faster breaths and heart rates.
In the third stage, the orgasm, everything is at its capacity. The little cart has climbed to the top of the ride. Both genders experience muscle contractions in various areas of the body and the breathing is accelerated more. The men release their semen in this stage.
The final stage is the resolution phase. The pleasure filled trip is ending or has ended already depending on your body. This stage varies among genders in terms of duration. Everything that changed bodily has now returned to normal pre-sex cycle size. All the rates are restored back to normal functioning