Log in or register to post comments She experiences tremors after orgasm. Sometimes, this problem occurs much later than the orgasm. What is happening here and how can she stop it? I get the shakes and shivers after my orgasm. Sometimes I will go to sleep and get them later in the night. Can you help me, please? After sex, many chemicals in your body drop significantly.
This is normally not a problem, but in specific people, or in specific situations, it can cause problems. The precipitous drop off in oxytocin post-sex has left you with high levels cortisol—the stress hormone. Up and Up Dopamine, testosterone, cortisol, and oxytocin all build during sex. At orgasm, they are released in one glorious burst of pleasure. Cortisol, however, has significant staying power, and will outlast its sister neurochemicals, creating problems for you later.
Oxytocin is known as the bonding hormone as it occurs when a human touches or is touched by someone in a pleasant manner. Oxytocin bonds mother to child and lover to lover. Just being held will cause your body to pump out this positive hormone, which is so necessary for loving relationships.
It is responsible for addiction because of the delicious sensations it creates. Just as drug users suffer once they stop using, so, too, are you going through minor withdrawals due to the lack of this chemical buffer. Let the Herballove Community Help You We want your voice and opinions heard, so share your story and details with the Herballove Community to receive expert and member advice, support for your recovery and solutions to your orgasms.
If you have a specific question regarding your health, leave me your comments below. Better recovery, better help from our experts. There are two routes to take. You can do this by asking your partner to gently pet you, or to hold you close, or anything that keeps you in close and tender contact. This practice must start immediately after orgasm to prevent your shaking from coming on. The Nose Knows Your second option is to try some homeopathic self-soothing.
Stress Relief with Aromatherapy Aromatherapy has been shown to have a positive effect on people suffering from panic attacks and on insomniacs. This is because when inhaled through the nose, odors interact with the brain through the limbic system, which controls heart rate, blood pressure, stress, hormone balance, and memory formation. Lavender, sweet orange, and vanilla are very commonly used for relaxation, and could certainly protect you from your spasms.
You might try keeping a small oil diffuser near your bed to light directly after sex. What to do Fragrant herbs allay stress, enhance emotional outlook, and recover from fatigue. Certain oils blend well together and provide the emotional balance needed.