Just like the term “sexual potency”, the concept of sexual excitability has two meanings. Sexual excitability, estimated by the categories of the body’s reactions to the impact of the environment, especially on interpersonal influence *, indicates the degree of compliance, readiness and ease of occurrence of sexual arousal under the influence of external stimuli. Sexual excitability, estimated with regard to intra-personal features, indicates the speed of the cycle of sexual reactions, i.e. the rate of onset of orgasm since the onset of sexual arousal. Sexual excitability is all the more, the easier it comes sexual stimulation under the influence of various external stimuli and the faster the cycle of sexual reactions from the onset of sexual arousal to the onset of orgasm.

Sexual excitability, determined by the rate of the course of the cycle of sexual reactions, is associated with the severity of sexual potency. People with a pronounced sexual potency are usually characterized by high sexual excitability, if we consider this question only from the biophysiological point of view. However, the appropriate level of sexual experience based on the learning process can determine (by training the speed of sexual reactions) a significant decrease in the rate of these reactions in the sense of delayed onset of orgasm. In men who have significant sexual experience, orgasm can be delayed for a long time and can be caused arbitrarily. There are also cases in which the dependence of this type of sexual excitability on sexual potency does not exist, although the mechanisms underlying this phenomenon have not been sufficiently studied to the present.

Some older men with a significantly reduced level of sexual potency often retains a pronounced sexual excitability, manifested by a very rapid achievement of orgasm (and ejaculation) from the moment of the onset of sexual arousal. The rate of these reactions is sometimes so high that the erection does not have time to reach the desired level, that is, the erection phase “slips” as it were. Sexual arousal causes the appearance of an erection, but before than it will achieve sufficient expression, manifested by the possibility of making an immission, ejaculation occurs, which makes sexual intercourse impossible. A similar pattern of sexual excitability is also observed in the opposite situation, that is, on the basis of a very pronounced sexual potency in young, usually inexperienced men.

Sexual excitability, estimated from the standpoint of the readiness and ease of occurrence of sexual arousal under the influence of external stimuli, is characterized by considerable variability and depends on many factors, in particular, on the severity of sexual desire, sexual potency, the severity and nature of the mental restraint mechanisms, the nature of the external stimuli , The duration of sexual abstinence, etc. The influence of sexual abstinence is very pronounced. The more time has passed since the last sexual satisfaction (auto- or heteroerotic, as well as involuntary, for example, in a dream), the more pronounced sexual excitability. It manifests itself in different ways. The more pronounced sexual excitability, the shorter the time from the moment of the onset of the external stimulus to the onset of sexual arousal.

The severity of sexual excitability is also determined by the so-called erotogenicity of external stimuli. The more pronounced sexual excitability, the wider the range of external stimuli that have erotogenic features. With considerable sexual excitability, sexual arousal can come as a result of the influence of even those “factors that in another situation or soon after reaching sexual satisfaction remain indifferent, having no erotogenic significance at all or very insignificant. All this applies to the sexual partner. The less expressed this moment is sexual excitability, the greater the effort are required from a sexual partner to achieve sexual satisfaction. With severe sexual excitability, the requirements for the partner are significantly reduced and under his influence there is sexual arousal (this is not equivalent to establishing sexual contact with him, since the decision of this kind depends on a lot of personal and situational factors).

If the actual sexual excitability is very high, then sexual arousal can come under the influence of a partner who in other situations not only does not cause sexual arousal, but can be the cause of sexual aversion (due to the lack of erotic attraction or general assessment of it in terms of moral and other Qualities). Sexual excitability can also change the erogenous zones or boundaries of traditional erogenous zones. The more pronounced sexual excitability, the greater the surface of the body is capable of transforming tactile stimuli into erotic ones. Not taking into account Even individual differences in this plan, it can be argued that in cases of severe sexual excitability and those parts of the body that are not related to erogenous zones, can become a source of sexual arousal when you touch them. A certain role in this may be played by the nature of the touch. In a state of strong sexual excitability, sexual excitement can cause not only certain caresses, but also short-term casual touches to any part of the body, carried out by a person who is not taken into account as a sexual partner.

In men in a state of considerable sexual excitability, there may occur a daytime fallout – involuntary ejaculation in a situation not related to sexual contact, and without the impact of immediate, consciously perceived as sexual external stimuli. Daytime pollutions are an expression of strong sexual excitability, under the influence of which emotional and mechanical stimuli, previously sexually indifferent, cause ejaculation without the accompanying erection. However, in the initial period, these pollutions can be accompanied by an erection. With further existence, they can only be accompanied by a partial erection or pass completely without it.

This ejaculation causes various, both positive and negative, emotional states (excitement, fear), as well as mechanical stimuli (rhythmic movements of the body during the movement of the train, dance, irritation of the genitals with trousers, squeezing them with tight underpants, accidental contact with them). In many cases, ejaculation can occur spontaneously as a result of the impact of mental stimuli. It can cause sexual arousal when viewing erotic pictures or films, as well as simply introducing erotic scenes. Ejaculation can be accompanied by a short-term, rapidly increasing sexual arousal and an experience of orgasm. With the prolonged existence of daytime pollutions and their considerable frequency, orgasm may be weakly expressed or absent altogether. Instead, there may be feelings of irritation, fear and dissatisfaction with the current situation.

Sexual excitability in men in general is higher than in women. Men are more likely to experience sexual arousal under the influence of external stimuli, while in women it does not occur so quickly and often, especially if the stimuli are “artificial” (for example, pictures, photographs), manifested simply by a normal good mood (based on
Which is easier to realize sexual contact), rather than sexual arousal with a desire for genital contact. Men usually orgasm faster than women. However, this only applies to relations between partners, since during masturbation, the time to achieve orgasm in men and women is not significantly different. The slower flow of sexual reactions in women is a consequence not only of physiological features of their body, but also to a greater extent due to various mental restraint mechanisms. Elimination of these mechanisms significantly accelerates the course of sexual reactions and the achievement of orgasm.

This is evidenced, in particular, cases of alcohol or drug use. In addition to restraining mental mechanisms, a certain role is played also by the more poorly developed sexual imagination in women. In men, even the very idea of ​​sexual contact with the desired woman can cause sexual arousal and erection and even orgasm with ejaculation, while in women such a representation of sexual intimacy with a man leads to sexual arousal and orgasm much less often; It can rather cause her to have a good mood (otherwise it happens in the process of masturbation: both man and woman can equally achieve orgasm with the participation of imagination). Compared with a man in a woman, sexual excitability is more susceptible to fluctuations, more often in the direction of its decrease under the influence of various troubles and life difficulties due to physical or mental overwork. In addition, her sexual excitability (as well as excitability, understood as the speed of sexual reactions leading to orgasm) depends more on the sexual partner than on the man: on the level of his culture, experience, manner of experience, satisfaction of other, non-sexual Inquiries of women, as well as feelings that a woman feels for him.

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