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Electrosex stimulation. Most people have played with some kind of vibrator. Do you remember the first time you applied one or had one applied to your genitals? Felt pretty good didn't it? At the least, it was something new and different. Electrostimulation is a lot like that only even more unique. It's a wonderful way to add some new fun to your sex life. The proper electric current causes both the stimulation of nerve endings and involuntary muscle stimulation. Both of these effects can be combined for a very erotic experience.
First, the sort of play I'm talking about is very different than being shocked by household current or an electric fence. Unfortunately, such things are often the only point of reference a lot of people have when it comes to "feeling" electricity. Proper electrostimulation is done with devices made for use on the human body and feels entirely different than what a novice might imagine.
Another common myth is electro play can force someone to have an orgasm. While it may certainly assist in having one, an orgasm cannot be induced against someone's will. It's true some people can orgasm from just electro play but most require additional stimulation or erotic electro stimulation least the electrostimulation must be part of an erotic situation. There are ways to electrically stimulate the prostate in most males to produce an involuntary ejaculation, but the procedure is more painful than pleasurable it's usually done under anesthesia and doesn't really qualify as an orgasm.
The final myth is that the nipples are a good area for erotic electrostimulation. Nothing could be further from the truth! Please see Section 5 on Safety. These devices all erotic electro stimulation a pulse type waveform that is deed to safely stimulate muscles and nerves. This is arguably the safest form of electrostimulation. B Electrostatic Stimulation: Here very high voltage devices are used to generate a spark which can be made to jump to the body. The most common example is the high frequency ultraviolet wand.
Safety of these devices is questionable. They work by ionizing the air between the device and the body. This small amount of superheated air is both very hot and contains a lot of ozone which is very reactive and destructive to human tissue. Most of these devices also give off intense ultraviolet light right next to the skin which is known to cause damage and skin cancer. These devices typically leave red marks where they're used from the hopefully temporary damage to the top skin layers.
The sensation is generally a lot like walking across carpet and touching a metal object except it can be sustained. The more these devices are held in one area concentrating the heat, ozone and UVthe more dangerous they are. At erotic electro stimulation they don't generally represent a risk to the heart but they still shouldn't be used by those with a heart condition.
In general, these are the most dangerous forms of electrostimulation. They were not deed for use on the human body and typically can generate far too much power to be safe. Many are also not properly isolated. They can cause burns, electrochemical changes in human tissue, muscle damage and even be fatal. The effect is also often far from erotic.
The contacts are often called electrodes. Some devices use a monopolar sometimes called unipolar or monophasic output and some are bipolar also called biphasic. With a monopolar device, the current flows mainly in one direction and will generally be felt more as it enters the body compared to where it exits. With a bipolar device, it will be felt more equally in both locations. The current will generally follow the shortest possible path between the two electrodes. Dry skin has a fairly high resistance.
Most electrodes do not work well on dry skin and if they do, the effect will usually be rather sharp and painful.
It's best to wet the skin first. Plain water is usually sufficient although electrode gel or adding a tiny bit of baking soda to KY or water is usually even better. The better the contact, the more deeply the current will usually be felt which is generally much more pleasurable. Another important thing to remember is the current is spread out over the area of the electrode. Small electrodes concentrate the current making it feel much more intense.
Large ones distribute it over more skin. If one electrode is larger than the other, most sometimes all of the sensation will be perceived in the smaller electrode. Erotic electro stimulation example, if a large ring is used around the base of a male's genitals, two rings connected together on the shaft of the penis might form the other electrode. This will result in the current being felt at all three locations instead of mostly just in a single, smaller, electrode on the shaft.
The most important thing to remember is to NEVER create a path for the current anywhere near the heart. See the next section on Safety for more information.
The heart, being a powerful muscle, is sensitive to electrostimulation. If current is passed through the heart area, it could cause ventricular fibrillation, cardiac arrest or other serious heart complications. A person can easily die if medical personnel are not present to set things right. So, the most important rule is to never get the current near the heart and electrostimulation should never be used by someone with a pacemaker or other heart condition. Sometimes it's easier than you might think to inadvertently pass current through the heart area.
For example, if one electrode is attached your genitals, and you pick up another electrode with your hand while the unit is turned on, guess what path the current follows? It travels along your arm, through your chest and down to your crotch. Another example would be from one hand to the other. You should always make connections with the unit turned off, and erotic electro stimulation general, the connections should always be below the waist.
It's generally not safe to try and wire up two people to one device. Trying to put one electrode on each person is inviting trouble. It's too easy to have inadvertent contact with the other person causing current through the heart area. I get a lot of questions about nipple electrostimulation. To pass current between the nipples or from a nipple to nearly anywhere else, gets dangerously close to the heart. A few companies sell something called "bipolar nipple clips". These have two electrodes each, and used properly, most of the current will be confined to the very small bit of flesh trapped between the clamp's jaws.
In theory, this is relatively safe and often painful I might add. The problems is some electrical devices do not have fully isolated outputs. If you wire up both nipples, you can get current flowing between them and past the heart even though you're using the special bipolar clips. In summary, these clips are only safe if you're sure the device you're using has fully isolated outputs or you stimulate only one nipple at a time or you use two completely separate devices--one for each nipple.
If you have any doubt about what you just read, or the equipment you're using, just stay away from the nipples and upper body all together. Another safety concern is the powerful muscle contractions that electrostimulation erotic electro stimulation can create. In general, this isn't a problem when the unit is connected to the genitals, anus, etc. But if electrodes are used elsewhere say on the legs it can be.
Erotic electro stimulation increase current levels to avoid sudden, surprising stimulation. This is especially important if you're applying the stimulation to someone else. Don't stimulate say the legs if someone is standing up--you could cause a fall. If bondage is involved, keep in mind what muscles could contract and if that might create any problems. NEVER try to adapt other devices such as animal training products, stereo equipment, telephone equipment, train transformers, electric fence units, etc.
In general, it best to use devices powered from a small 9 volt battery such as TENS units. The amount of power available from such a battery is inherently limited even if something should fail in the device. Even though they were made for use on the body, I'm not a big fan of ultraviolet wands. They were invented a long time ago before the dangers of UV, free radicals and ozone on the human body were well understood see Section 3.
Finally, this is not a common issue, but electrostimulation should NEVER be used on the neck or head. There are some very good medical reasons as to why not. If you follow the "always below the waist rule" this is, of course, not an issue. The safest and perhaps best all around device is the battery powered TENS unit.
These devices generally output a pulse type waveform that is adjustable in current level or amplitudepulse width energy and frequency rate. The more advanced and expensive devices offer a few different modulation options to vary the output. Nearly all TENS units are limited to a maximum output of 80ma which is 0. TENS units are available from several sources and usually start around a few hundred dollars.
They typically offer two isolated channels so you can wire up two different areas of the body at once and independently adjust the level to each. These range from cheap Asian made units sometimes called "electro massagers" or "body toners" to high quality professional grade devices. The latter, in particular, typically have much higher current output than TENS units. They're available with anywhere from two to eight channels.
Unfortunately, they typically don't offer much variety in their output. Still, some find them suitable for erotic purposes, and those who want more power than a TENS unit, have few other choices. Current output ranges from around 50ma for the inexpensive units to over ma for some of the high powered ones. The cheaper ones are usually monopolar while the better ones are bipolar. The final option are devices made specifically for erotic play. These include the P. Most of these devices offer two channels which may or may not be isolated see the Section 5 on Safety. Some have other adjustments but they're otherwise a lot like EMS units.
All of them, to the best of my knowledge, are monopolar which is a disadvantage. One advantage many of these have is using a standard jack to make connections. I've tried all the erotic units list above and the PSG is perhaps the most pleasant feeling but also one of the weakest less current than a TENS unit. Most people eventually turn it all the way up and still want more. The Max, in particular, feels quite rough and sharp. The P. Box falls in-between in power level but is somewhat overpriced for erotic electro stimulation you're getting.Erotic electro stimulation
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