Your pain threshold rises.During sexual arousal, a woman’s pain threshold rises and she can tolerate more pain than those who are not so sexually active.
You become more susceptible to sexually transmitted infections.Most sexually active women at some point experience sexually transmitted infections. Infection occurs when a bacterium (most commonly E. coli) that surrounds a vaginal opening enters the bladder — during and after sex. To avoid this, you need to bathe and wash the crotch before and after sex. This will reduce the number of bacteria there.
You begin a state of deep relaxation.Sex relieves stress, stress levels and provides a full sleep. The fact is that during orgasm, the cerebral cortex is turned off. Then other parts of the brain send each other signals to urgently release sexual arousal. As a result, soothing and relaxing substances are produced - serotonin and opioids, which literally lull.
You may feel the urge to go to the toilet,even after urinating after sex.This is possible because of the pressure on the bladder during sex, which also intensifies the swelling point G.
You begin to blush.During sexual arousal, the hypodermic blood vessels dilate, causing the chest and face to turn pink. This is a normal reaction of the nervous system, which means that everything functions correctly.
Sex leads to more frequent sex.The more positive sexual experience women have, the more it will be located in the future. For women in menopause, it is very important to maintain sexual arousal and sex, to avoid dryness and narrowing of the vagina, after which sex will become painful.