HORNY

What does your body go through when you are horny?

You feel like you need to pee.

If somebody is stimulating your area down there, you might feel like you need to go to the toilet because the areas that are being stimulated are near your urethra. If someone is hitting the G-spot, then you might especially feel like you need to pee. Plus, there is a function in your vagina that occurs to stop you from peeing as you are being aroused.  The urethral sponge, under the vulva, swells to prevent you from going to the toilet but the sensation this gives off might tell your brain that you do in fact need to go pee.

Your uterus swells.

As you get hot, your body readies itself for penetrative sex.  One of the many physiological changes that occur is that the uterus lifts, thus lengthening the vaginal canal. This obviously means that there is now enough space to stick something inside.  This is one of the reasons it is important to play around before you get to the main event. According to the (TALKO) sex will be more uncomfortable if the uterus has not yet lifted itself up inside your body.

You get moist.

This is another physiological effect that needs to happen to avoid uncomfortable or painful sex.  A woman needs to be all lubed up for smooth penetration. This happens as you get turned on. Blood rushes to the walls of your vagina, so much so that it causes fluid to pass through. The rush of blood is also what makes you all flushed in the cheeks and maybe on your chest and neck areas.

You get a lady wood.

Obviously, a man stands to attention when he is aroused.  In a way, women do too, but the signs might be less obvious.  As you get aroused your vagina becomes twice as big. The area might even become firm because of all the blood rushing to it. Your nipples and clitoris become erect. Even your boobs swell up and appear bigger. So, your body changes a lot more when you are getting turned on than you may have previously thought or noticed.

Your pain threshold becomes higher.

Another way in which your body responds to you becoming horny is that you become more tolerant to pain.  According to various studies, as you get aroused, your pain threshold is heightened, and becomes even higher as you get closer to the “Big O.”   It is no surprise that sex is recommended as a natural painkiller for migraines or period pain.  There have even been reports of people injuring themselves during sex without realizing it until after the deed was done.

Orgasm headaches.

So, on the one hand sex is known to relieve pain. On the other hand, it has also been known to cause headaches, unfortunately. So-called “Orgasm headaches” happen because of all the excitement going on in your body as you are getting turned on. These headaches might get worse as you are about to climax. Usually, these headaches are not anything you need to be worried about and are more common among people who get migraines already.  But if it starts happening all of a sudden, you might want to seek medical attention.

Is it your brain or your body?

Both sexes can be turned on either psychologically or physiologically. It is thought that there is a closer link between the psychological and physiological reaction in men when they get turned on as compared to women.  According to research, a man's physiological and psychological arousal correlates 70% of the time, while in women it is less than 30% of the time.  Women can be turned on mentally without her lady parts showing the signs of arousal.  Similarly, your lady parts can show the physical signs of being turned on when you do not think that you are turned on at all.

A person becomes more open to try new stuff.

While you are sitting there having your morning coffee, the thought of someone worshipping your feet during sex might gross you out.  However, studies have shown that, in women, the feelings and desires produced by getting turned on overpower feelings of being disgusted.  In other words, you are more likely to be into doing something you might normally find strange and gross if you are turned on.  If you think about it, sex can be a bit gross in general, there are all the smells and sweat and other fluids going on.  But we are not bothered because we're horny.

Your brain goes off the charts.

Loads of different parts in your brain light up when you are getting all hot and bothered.  Hormones are released that give you intense feelings.  For example, dopamine is linked to motivation, so it makes you really want to get it on.  Then, there is adrenaline that makes you all excited and gets your blood pumping.  The hormone oxytocin is released later, during sex, and this is what gives you romantic feelings about the person you are doing it with.  So basically, your brain goes wild and gives you all sorts of thrills.

You can get randomly horny.

Men get erections out of nowhere sometimes. They might be sitting on a bus, in class or at the office when their penis just pops up to say, “Hello.”  This happens to women too; the results are just less obvious. Sometimes we get aroused due to kissing and touching and dirty talk.  Sometimes we start randomly thinking naughty things and get turned on in inappropriate situations.  It happens to all of us, men, and women.  Also, according to the experts, we can have spontaneous climaxes while we are sleeping, just as men do.

Some women are constantly turned on.

It might seem like a wonderful idea to be constantly excited.  But, in reality, it cannot be fun to be aroused all of the time. For example, you are at a family dinner and you get turned on, or you are at the cinema with your friends and become sexually excited.  Basically, just turned on all the time. The condition is called Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder or PGAD and sufferers find that their arousal cannot be contained or controlled and is spontaneous.  According to experts it is a condition that has nothing to do with sexual desire or being a nymphomaniac. It can be problematic in the sense that it is debilitating and painful.

References:
https://www.thetalko.com/14-things-that-happen-to-your-body-when-you-get-turned-on/
https://www.vibe.ng/6-things-happen-body-get-turned/
http://www.refinery29.com/foreplay-tips
https://www.bustle.com/articles/116758-5-weird-things-that-happen-to-your-body-when-you-get-turned-on
https://www.menshealth.com/sex-women/a19526554/girl-boners/

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