Scientists created a MATH equation to help men orgasm
SCIENTISTS have created a math equation to help men orgasm.
Men who are struggling to cope should make sure they “don’t think about it too much,” University of Sussex researchers said.
The formula multiplies how aroused a man is on a scale of one to 100 and multiplies it by the level of stimulation from sex.
This is then subtracted from the amount a man is mentally aroused – how much he thinks.
dr Konstantin Blyuss said: “We developed the first successful mathematical model of sexual performance.
“An important finding is that too much psychological excitement early in the process can inhibit the chance of a climax.
“Put simply, our findings can be summed up as ‘don’t think about it.'”
Erection problems affect one in five men in the UK, which is around 4.3 million men.
Men, on average, do not orgasm every time they have sex, which can lead to frustration between both partners and with conception.
The study, published in the journal Chaos, analyzed data from previous research to create an orgasm equation.
Researchers looked at two different aspects of arousal: mental and physical.
They fed hundreds of thousands of numbers into a supercomputer for a week to come up with the formula.
When a man is most aroused and sexual stimulation is at its highest while mental stimulation is kept low, physical arousal rises rapidly before falling, they said.
This trajectory almost guarantees a man’s orgasm, the research team added.
Men should be mentally engaged before sex, but not once it’s started, to prevent them from overthinking and becoming anxious, the team said.
dr Yuliya Kyrychko said: “Our results shed light on a societally taboo topic that we believe may have useful applications for the clinical management of sexual dysfunction.
“They also offer the general public a tested formula to improve their sex life.
“With what we have learned from this study, we intend to mathematically model the female sexual response, which is physiologically more complex than the male response.”
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