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Semenax and Ejaculation Exercises
This simple exercise might be harder than it seems or easily overlooked, but understanding what you want to get out of this course can be one of the most powerful things that you do here.
The Male Orgasm
The western medical definition of orgasm is a climax that consists of involuntary muscular contraction of the pelvic floor muscles. In men there are rapid contractions in the prostate, urethra and the muscles at the base of the penis. These contractions can cause the expulsion of semen. Usually the orgasm lasts from 3-30 seconds in the male body. It is possible to have an ejaculation without an orgasm and an orgasm without and ejaculation.
Yes, you heard that last part correct. I remember the first time that I heard this, I was sitting in my massage therapy class and we were studying the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system. Our teacher was really great and she was always using great examples to help us remember things for our exams. On this day she said something that I use daily when I teach to my students. Orgasm is controlled by the parasympathetic nervous system, which is related to relaxation. Ejaculation on the other hand is related to the sympathetic nervous system, which is more of the ”fight or flight” response in the body. It made total sense to me and from then I on I began teaching my partners that it was possible to separate the two from each other.
There are actually many different types of orgasms that a man can experience, especially if we look at the ancient sacred sex systems of the east and let go of the limited western thought that an orgasm is limited to 3-30 seconds of rapid muscular contraction. Let's start with our typical male orgasm. Most men have experienced an orgasm accompanied by an ejaculation. It feels good for a few seconds, there is what I call a ”genita| sneeze” and then a let— down and refractory period. This ”crash” after ejaculatory orgasm is usually caused by a dopamine spike (that's the hormone that makes you feel really great) and then a dump of prolactin (the hormone that make you feel like rolling over and going to sleep). Learning to control ejaculation and prolong lovemaking can actually help over-come this hormonal teeter totter.
Some of you may have experienced an orgasm without ejaculation and most likely if you have it has been involuntary. Some people call this a ”dry orgasm”. I am sure that if you have experienced this type of orgasm it made you curious. You may have wondered how you could achieve that type of orgasm again. The good news is that you can learn how to do this and the first step is simply believing that it is possible. And by learning how to have orgasms without ejaculation your can become a mu|ti—orgasmic man.