A sexual arousal can be felt not only in your body but also in your mind. It can present quickly the moment you see someone with a lot of sexual attractiveness or imagines a hot intimate scene-or it can happen slowly over several hours as you allow someone’s voice to seduce you or the way they treat you or touch you.
Because all people are different, what can be sexually stimulating for someone may not be for someone else. Sexual arousal is essential if you plan to have sex with someone. During this period the body prepares for penetration: the penis hardens, and the vagina gets wet.
The sexual act can be difficult if you are not physically preparing. Continued sexual arousal through physical stimulation often leads to orgasm, especially if you are relaxed and open-minded. Too rough stimulus can end sexual arousal.
Becoming excited may require 5 minutes to half an hour or more. This lapse will depend on each person, even in yourself, it can vary from one day to another depending on your mood and state of mind. Some people feel that sexual play that leads to the excitement is the most satisfying part of sex, even more than climaxing.