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The Science of Sex Sounds

by Jekaterina Gussarova July 27, 2022 5 min read

The Science of Sex Sounds

The Science of Sex Sounds

What kind of sounds do you make while having sex? Are you vocal, or do you prefer being silent during sex? Making noises during sex is completely normal and happens for different reasons. This article has well explained the science of sex sounds.

Sex sounds are a sign of power-up in the bedroom. One breathless grunt is a nonverbal cue that things are going just fine. Letting out those sounds can point to more satisfying sex life. Adding a few moans to your play can be stressful, especially if you haven't done it before. The last thing you want is to sound like you are bored. The thought of sex might sound a bit off for some people, especially those with roommates. This article will help you understand the science of sex sounds.

Why Do People Make Sounds During Sex?

Sounds during sex are normal, especially if you are turned on. Women produce sounds during sex to communicate to their partners that they enjoy sex. Think of it as a pleasure-filled response to show one's partner is doing things right. However, some people produce sounds when they are uncomfortable or bored. A partner shouldn't have to interpret your pain moan from pleasure sounds. Tell your partner if something is hurting or making you feel uncomfortable.

Do People Get Sexually Turned on By Noise?

Moans and screams are noises. Moans are a bit low, but screams are louder. Moans and screams seem to be noises expressing pain and suffering. Such noises might be essential for pleasurable experiences. They indicate that one's partner is not indifferent if noises during sex are genuine. According to Grinde (2022), some people consider noise during sex valuable communication. Some people enjoy moderate noise, while complete silence is harmful.

How Can Moans Make Sex Feel Better?

Aultma (2022) noted that the deeper you are into sexual experience, the less your sex may sound. The sounds you produce during sex may serve to enhance your arousal. The best sex is producing sounds when the urge comes to you. It helps release your inhibitions so you can be immersed in total pleasure. A woman's throat opens, breathing slows, and the pelvic floor muscles relax when she produces sounds during sex, which can lead to a mind-blowing orgasm.

Does One Have to Produce Sounds During Sex?

You do not have to produce sound if it's not your thing. Some people remain silent during sex and prefer being silent. Sounds help some people get turned on and experience pleasure; for some, it gets in the way. Loud moans fit the mood, and you'd rather enjoy sex quietly. Nothing is wrong with being quiet during sex but upping your volume is worth a try. One benefit of sex sounds is that they help you breathe deeply, which promotes circulation and could lead to an orgasm. However, this doesn't mean you miss out on anything if you stay silent during sex. According to Boiko & Carrez (2022), people might be quiet during sex because they concentrate on their sensations.

What To Do When You Want To Start Moaning?

Moaning when having sex should not be hard. A person should get comfortable moaning. The next time you decide to have a solo play, let yourself moan. You can start by taking deep belly breaths and let them out slowly with a sigh. That might enhance your experience. It's worth a try when you are with a partner. Talk to your partner first if you are still unsure about it. It will certainly be fun for you and them.

Is There a Right Way to Moan?

You might wonder if you moan right or moan too loud. It would be best if you did not have to overthink. You will never enjoy the moment when you are too much in your head or being your critic; nothing about that is fun. You must take a deep breath and let your body and mouth do what it wants.

Can One Make Their Moan Sexier?

Whatever sound comes out, it is bound to turn you and your partner on. Use your breath as the lead during moaning if you want to be specific. While exhaling, let your voice come out just a bit. You can try to send your breath and moan down to your pelvis. It will feel like tantric sex. When you doubt, let yourself be; everything will flow as it should.

Are Moans and Screams Genuine?

Holz et al. (2022) noted that moans and screams are beneficial for enhancing sexual satisfaction. Some people fake their moans while others. Rasmussen (2022) showed that out of a hundred, 66 percent of people moan to speed up their partner's orgasm, and 87 percent moan about pretending they are approaching climax. The study above also showed that women moan when they are bored, tired, or uncomfortable during sex to make the man get turned on and climax faster. While most women experience orgasms during foreplay, they mostly make sex sounds before and during male ejaculation.

It may be difficult to differentiate between faked and genuine moans. It's easier in cases of extreme screams. It seems that faking moans can be beneficial if this idea is combined with the greater value of making sounds over being silent during sex. Furthermore, such moans increase the excitement of one's partner and the moaner.

Conclusion

In intense love, actions speak louder than words. In a love where the heart dominates, moans and screams carry less weight. Sounds are beneficial for sex. Staying quiet during sex may make your partner wonder if you are enjoying the sex. Although moans and screams are helpful in sex for many people, it's not the case that the more moans and screams, the better sex you will have. Balance is important. Excessive moaning may make your partner question your genuineness, and some people can't stand screaming in bed or any other place. Avoid pretending to enjoy sex since it doesn't add sexual pleasures. Moan when necessary.

References

Aultman, J. M. (2022). The Illness Of Sex Is Depicted In The Film—Routledge Handbook Of Health And Media.

Boiko, O., & Carrez, L. (2022). THE BLOODY STIGMA IS STILL HERE, PERIOD.

Grinde, B. (2022). The Human Passion For Music. Encyclopedia, 2(2), 1119-1127.

Holz, N., Larrouy-Maestri, P., & Poeppel, D. (2022). The Variably Intense Vocalizations Of Affect And Emotion (VIVAE) Corpus Prompt A New Perspective On Nonspeech Perception. Emotion, 22(1), 213.

Rasmussen, E. S. (2022). Queeritage: LGBTQ Family Legacy In American Dramatic Narratives 1979–2021 (Doctoral Dissertation, Harvard University).

Jekaterina Gussarova
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