After testing a variety of noises, including human speech and musical instruments, the only other sounds that appeared to activate the brain in a similar way were car alarms and police sirens, the study found — perhaps explaining why they are so unpleasant to listen to and almost impossible to ignore. David Poeppel, a professor of neuroscience at New York University who led the work, said: In normal spoken conversation, volume fluctuates around four to five times per second Hz. The roughness of screaming is much higher, at between Hz. The rising and falling volume is so rapid that it is not perceived as such, but is ultimately what makes screams sound so shrill and unpleasant. Having pinpointed the acoustic quality that elicits our emotional response to screaming, it would be theoretically possible to design even more gripping alarms or to tailor the audio from horror film screams to make them more frightening, according to Poeppel.
How To Make A Woman Scream In Bed - Eligible Magazine
I am NOT responsible if your neighbors complain about the noise. With sexual trust a woman is most likely to scream in bed. As men, we really, really like it when a woman totally loses control of herself from coming so hard, and she just screams her head off. Well, I make them scream— And you can too.