Researchers at Rutgers University found that 30% of the brain including those dealing with emotional problems, touch, pleasure, satisfaction and retention greatly affect orgasm.
This research was done to the 8 women who were told to stimulate themselves to sleep under the blanket, called Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), like a machine that is used to detect brain tumors.
Some women can achieve orgasm is less than 5 minutes although some of them reach it within a longer time.
During that time, an MRI scanner to take images of their brain activity every 2 seconds and shows which parts are active during orgasm.
The researchers indicate when 2 minutes before orgasm, the mid-brain is the most active, the area to work when we eat or drink.