As many enterprising people with clitorises know, there are various things you can try to have a better orgasm—and twice as many that will get in the way of it happening at all. Even if you're a pro at the O, experts say you might be hampering your climaxes without realizing it. To determine whether you fall into that camp, mentally transport yourself to those moments when you realize, oh yes, you're about to orgasm , there's absolutely no going back. Now, focus on what your breathing is usually like when you're right on the brink.
Does a woman's breath smell different when she's "in the mood"?
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Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the effects of aromatherapy on blood pressure and stress responses of clients with essential hypertension. Method: There were fifty-two subjects divided into an essential oil group, placebo group, and control group by random assignment. The application of aromatherapy was the inhalation method of blending oils with lavender, ylangylang, and bergamot once daily for 4 weeks. To evaluate the effects of aromatherapy, blood pressure and pulse were measured two times a week and serum cortisol levels, catecholamine levels, subjective stress, and state anxiety were measured before and after treatment in the three groups. Results: The blood pressure, pulse, subjective stress, state anxiety, and serum cortisol levels among the three groups were significantly statistically different. The differences of catecholamine among the three groups were not significant statistically. Conclusion: The results suggest that the inhalation method using essential oils can be considered an effective nursing intervention that reduces psychological stress responses and serum cortisol levels, as well as the blood pressure of clients with essential hypertension.
Dr. Lauren Crigler.
As one of the stranger symptoms of COVID, losing your sense of smell or taste can be a dead giveaway that you've contracted the virus. In fact, a recent article in The New York Times reported that up to 87 percent of patients experience this surprising symptom. And, according to the Vanderbilt University Medical Center, in roughly 25 percent of people diagnosed with coronavirus , it's the first and only sign that something is amiss. Knowing that this symptom—medically referred to as anosmia—can serve as a key indicator for diagnosis, one study set out to find particular smells could serve as bellwethers for a COVID-positive test. Because the study originated in India, the researchers chose five scents that were often available in Indian households.
The common fear that your vagina smells "bad" is rooted in sexist, old-fashioned culture rather than fact. Beyond understanding that the smell of vagina is normal, many guys are incredibly turned on by the scent. We made out and fooled around, but kept all the touching above underwear. The thing was, her panties were super thin, and she got super wet.