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Sex on the brain: What turns women on, mapped out | New Scientist
We know that having an electrode zap your pleasure center on command will cause you to neglect your work and friends, and become a dried husk of a human being. But at least it makes you feel pleasure. Or does it? The B experiment is one of the most famous muddles in psychology. In , Heath tried the same technique with a human being. The subject was called B B was a severely depressed gay man.
What's It Really Like To Have Your Pleasure Center Stimulated?
Women can create life, nurture life through their bodies, and pleasure both men and women with their vaginas. Here are some helpful tips on where to find these nerve filled pleasure points. From the top, two of the most common pleasure points are located on the outer ear that carries a lot of nerve endings that can become stimulated by sound or touch. The other common pleasure point is the neck which does not carry a ton of nerve ending, but each nerve ending in the neck is extremely sensitive. There is also a pleasure point above the shoulders that many are not aware of; the scalp!
The finding, published in the October 18 issue of the Journal of Neuroscience, may help explain why people are more likely to acquire a drug addiction during times of intense stress in their lives. It may also yield clues to why some, but not other chronic pain patients may be prone to developing addictions to certain pain medications. The study, which involved 25 healthy men and women, showed that dopamine was active in areas of the brain region known as the basal ganglia, the same region where it has been observed to respond to positive stimuli, such as food or sex. That effect persisted even after the researchers controlled for the negative emotional effects caused by the actual research setup, which included a needle inserted into a large jaw muscle, and the expectation of pain and repeated questioning.