Here’s a link to a draft am working on, those of you on ‘Academia.edu‘ may I have your feedback.
Arousal in general can be due to a stimuli be it mental or physical, & the internal variation of hormones. Sexual arousal has many stages.
What may make men aroused differs from what makes women aroused, from my readings many studies had been done in labs to find out what turns on each sex, some studies had shown that heterosexual men were turned on from merely watching sexual activity going on between (a man & a woman), on the other hand one study states that some women were turned on from watching sexually activity taking place between (women & animals), but the study didn’t exactly specify or state what was the sexual preference for those women.
I also came across another expert that mentions the following ‘Physical arousal isn’t a proof that a woman is turned on & that in order to get a woman hot & bothered, you have to start from top.’
So what makes a woman turned on? This varies from one woman to another; it’s unique for each one, more like how each individual has their own finger print, preferences, & also sexual experience. It’s also important & worth mentioning that women do vary in the amount of time needed in order for them to be fully aroused, this can range from 20 to 45 minutes.
There’s one key hormone which plays an important factor in female sexual drive although it might be thought of as a man hormone (TESTOSTERONE), this is a very important hormone for female sexual drive & also for arousal (It’s said that there’re still studies taking place to determine the importance of the hormone for female sexual drive), & as women grow older their bodies produce half the amounts that it used to produce when they were younger. Absence of or low amounts of testosterone in women is said to lead to low sex drive according to some studies.
According to one Relationship Counsellor and Sex Therapist there’re four types of female arousal:
Females can also suffer from various forms of arousal disorders.
The grey matter is a very crucial part of the brain, it’s one kind of the tissue that constitutes the central nervous system, and an increase in it can lead to a boost in human IQ to an enormous levels. Such the importance arises from the wide range of activities that it does for us humans, much of those activities lead us to function normally. Those activities vary from ones that are concerned with (Learning, memory, seeing, hearing, impulse control, speech to ones which deals with decision making, & many others.)
There are a number of issues that can lead to the decline of the (Grey Matter) among them:
So how can one boost (Gray Matter)? This can done in a number of ways through: