What is the mechanics of the male orgasm? This is how it all starts and ends: from arousal to rest, men’s pleasure explained!
It all starts in the brain. That’s how it works both with men and women. A man has to see something or think about sex to get aroused in the mind. The brain signals the nerves and it goes all the way down into the manhood.
Hormones affect the whole body. The arteries in the penis open up, and the blood fills in the organ at a high speed. In fact, it flushes in 50 times faster than the usual blood speed in the vessels.
The brain also sends the signal to the veins and they narrow down to prevent the outflow of the blood from the genitals. That’s how men get the erection.
2. Getting ready
A healthy penis needs up to 2 minutes to prepare for the orgasm and ejaculation. During this span of time, all the body muscles tighten, and the heart beat raises to 175 per minute. You can see the fluid starting leaking out of the tip of the manhood. It is called the pre-ejaculate and contains some amount of sperm cells in it.
3. The orgasm
The testicles have special tubes, which start squeezing the sperm up during the ejaculation. Special fluid meets the sperm half way up and fixes up with it. At this point, man loses control of things and cannot stop the ejaculation of the semen.
Once the mix the fluid and sperm reach urethra, the signal of pleasure goes up the spinal cord and back into the brain. Limbs’ muscles and other body muscles start contracting. Penis base muscles also contract and “shoot” the semen out of the manhood. That process takes a little less than a second. And that’s the orgasm.
4. Finishing up
Right after the orgasm penis’ veins relax and let the blood out of the organ. It softens fast and loses the erection. For about half an hour after the pleasurable experience man needs rest, but he can get aroused again and repeat the whole thing.
That’s how the male body works in sex. If you know the mechanics, you can better direct this process.