People's sexual desires are not fixed. Sometimes people seem to have a strong libido, but sometimes they don't seem to want to have sex at all. This is because everyone's sexual desire has a physiological rhythm, sometimes high and sometimes low, which is called the sexual rhythm. Research has shown that there are gender differences in sexual rhythms, with differences between men and women.
1、 Desire also has a physiological cycle
Both men and women have a physiological cycle of sexual desire. The libido cycle refers to the optimal time between sexual activities and achieving the most harmonious results. For men, androgens in their bodies are the main substance that promotes sexual desire, reaching their highest levels in the morning, which makes them energetic and active, and ready for love at all times. Then it changes continuously throughout the day, and at night, androgen levels decrease, and sexual ability also decreases. Some men may feel very tired after love.
2、 Female sexual arousal period
The androgens in a woman's body change over a one month physiological cycle, similar to the ovulation cycle. Women have two periods of intense sexual desire during each 28 day menstrual cycle, one two to three days before menstruation and the other eight days after menstruation - these two periods last for nine to three days. In these two stages of strong sexual desire, women not only have strong sexual demands, but every love will naturally feel excited from the heart.
Women's shyness is directly related to their sexual cycle, which is also one of the basic conditions for courtship. At first, shyness can be said to be a manifestation of women refusing to socialize before reaching orgasm; However, when orgasm is reached, this shyness, combined with other sexual impulses, becomes a vague, half welcoming, and half rejecting flattery behavior. Careful husbands should easily ignore and feel their wives' demands based on their sexual experiences, and respond promptly.
3、 Male sexual desire is strong
Men also have sexual seasonality. Single men ejaculate during sleep, providing us with interesting evidence. Further research has found that the male sexual cycle is 28 days (some believe it is 29 days and 5 days), during which there are two orgasms, with the main climax occurring at the full moon and the secondary climax occurring at the new moon; The carnival of primitive peoples is also related to the absence of the moon, indicating that the climax of sexual activity is consistent with the experience of primitive people. There is also an independent cycle of sexual activity, with one week as the cycle and Sunday as the climax, which may be based on social systems.