9 Faster Ways to Orgasm
Everybody’s sexual needs are different so it may take more time to have an orgasm. These tips will help you get orgasm quicker Climax.
1. Prioritize your pleasure. Communication is key to sexual health and well-being. Be open with your partner about what you want and when. When instructing your partner in sex, be positive. Instead of saying “Touching me like this isn’t working,” say “Want to find out what would really turn my on?” “I’d love to feel that you do X.”
2. Masturbation is something you can practice. You will have a better understanding of your body and be able to orgasm more quickly. Next time you are masturbating, take the time to examine your body and discover what you love most. Try out new sex toys and anal play. It’s easier to relax when you are solo exploring and to focus on the pleasures that lead to your orgasm.
3. Increase clitoral stimulation. Most vulva owners need clitoral stimulation to have orgasm. Make sure that your partner is attentive to your clitoris. You should be familiar with your clitoris in order to communicate what you want to your partner. Next time you masturbate, rub your clitoris in various directions–clockwise, counterclockwise, up and down, side to side–and at different pressure levels so that you know exactly what kind of clitoral stimulation turns you on.
4. Use more lube. It is difficult to have orgasm if there is not enough lubrication. Lubricating your sex will make it more comfortable and increase the feel-good feelings.
5. Get kinky. Variety is key to great sex. Role play, dirty talk and sex toys can add some spice to your sex life. Variety can make sex more enjoyable.
6. Foreplay is the most important part of sex. A quicker orgasm can be achieved by being aroused before you start having sex. To get closer to the climax, try engaging in 20 minutes of foreplay prior to your next sexual encounter. Sensual massages, dry-humping, and making out are all examples of sexual foreplay.
7. End with oral sex. Many vulva owners don’t have intercourse. To speed up your climax, talk to your partner about cunnilingus.
8. Use a vibrator. A vibrator provides intense stimulation and is a great tool for those who just want to get sex. A vibrator can be used for masturbation or you can ask your partner to use it while you have sex.
9. Talk to a sex therapist. See a sex therapist or sexologist if you are having trouble orgasming and it is affecting the relationship. These professionals can help you identify the root cause of your problem and create a plan for addressing it.
5 Tips To Help You Climax
Frustrating. According to a study published by the Journal of Sexual Medicine, 67% of females suffering from FOD (female orgasmic disorder) use this word to describe their lives. FOD means the inability to have orgasm when stimulated. Failing to climax doesn’t seem to be a common sexual complaint among women.
The survey’s funding did not stop the company from testing drug solutions. Dr. Ian Kerner, PhD, author She Comes First, says that drugs should be used only as a last resort. These five (drug-free) tips will help you get started. These are some ways to increase your chances of reaching climaxing.
Be the boss. Women report that having an orgasm is more common when they are at the top. Dr. Kerner says that this position stimulates the clitoris and gives you more control over the rhythm.
You can forget about work and your kids …).. You won’t reach the climax if you don’t have time to relax. It’s not easy, we know. You can start by getting to bed an hour early so that you don’t feel rushed and exhausted. This will make it easier to relax and let go of the pressures of the moment.
Eliminate distractions from your bedroom. It’s difficult to enjoy the moment when your bedroom doubles up as an office, theatre, or dining room. Consider the bedroom as your private sanctuary. It is not the place to put your dog’s mattress. It is not the place to put your computer. It’s also not the place to view this week’s Breaking Bad episode. Living rooms are meant for that purpose.
Rethink your foreplay. Foreplay can be part of your everyday life. We don’t mean touching in public. But, enjoying each other’s company and trying new activities together can make you feel closer. Really.
Encourage deeper penetration. Do you want a vaginal orgasm, This trick will allow you to get deeper penetration.
Do you want a vaginal experience? These 6 orgasms are your best bet to celebrate.
People with erogenous vaginas can have multiple types of orgasms thanks to their array of erogenous areas. You may find that you prefer one type to another. So take the time to get to know yourself and your body so you can unlock its full pleasure potential.
Here are six types of orgasms that you can have with your vagina. Also, tips on how to achieve them.
1. Clitoral orgasm
Britney Blair, PsyD, a sex therapist, and Chief Science Officer at the Lover app, said that the clitoris contains approximately 8,000 nerve endings. It’s not surprising that stimulating the clitoris can cause orgasms and feel so good.
Actually, stimulation of the clitoris may be more effective than vaginal stimulation for having an orgasm. According to a 2017 study, 36.6% of women felt they needed clitoral stimulation to have an orgasm.
How to get a clitoral ogasm: Take your time and don’t rush to stimulate the sensitive clitoris. Blair says that climax is a 20-minute period of clitoral stimulation. Blair says that you can enjoy clitoral orgasm starting at:
* Oral sex
* Manual fingering
* Vibrators and other sex toys
Clitoral stimulators are a newer type. They use suction rather than vibration and can be used for clitoral orgasms, according to Indigo Stray Conger (LMFT, CST), a sex therapist at Mile High Psychotherapy. The Womanizer is the most well-known toy in this category.
2. Orgasm with G-spot
The G-spot lies about 2 inches in front of the anterior (or, front), wall. Blair says that even though it is called a spot it is more like a zone and the exact location varies from person to person.
Many women with vaginal problems enjoy G-spot stimulation. The G-spot is an extension of their clitoris. Blair also says that G-spot stimulation can sometimes lead to ejaculation or squirting.
How to have a G spot orgasm. The first step in having a G spot orgasm is to be able to find your G-spot. Blair suggests that you find your G-spot by placing one or two lubed fingertips into the vagina with palm facing up. Next, make a “come-hither” motion with your fingers in order to locate the G-spot just a few inches from the front wall.
Conger says that you can easily stimulate your G-spot for an orgasm using your fingers. However, you might also consider a sexy toy like a pulser, especially a curved one, to hit the G-spot better. Pulsators can easily stroke the G-spot by stroking it with their thrusting motions.
3. Orgasmic mix
Blair explains that a blended orgasm is when both the G-spot and the clitoris are stimulated simultaneously. This creates a double orgasm, which can be more intense.
Conger suggests using a toy that stimulates your G-spot as well as the clitoris. For example, a pulsator with an external piece that vibrates the clitoris. Blended orgasms are made easy with “Rabbit” vibrators.
4. Anal orgasm
Conger explains that an anal orgasm can be induced primarily by stimulating the nerve endings around and in the anal sphincter. This is the opening of your anus. Conger says that anal orgasms might be more accessible for some people than others due to unique pelvic nerve pathways, which may differ from person to person.
These are the best tips for anal orgasm.
* Take your time and use a lot of lube to avoid injuring yourself.
Use a toy, penis, penis, tongue or finger to avoid over-stimulation. Conger says that a pleasurable feeling can quickly turn into pain or irritation. This causes muscles to tighten, and makes it less enjoyable.
* Nerve endings are located at the mouth of anus and not deep within the body. This is where you should focus.
To prevent infection, never use the same toys anally and vaginally.
* Only use toys made for anal use. Avoid toys that could get lost in the body or break (such as anal beads attached to string or dildos without a flared base).
5. Orgasm with Cervical/An-spot
Conger says that the A-spot can be found at the mouth the cervix. It is located a few inches above the anterior vaginal walls from the G-spot.
“Sensations that stimulate the A-spot can be intense. Not everyone likes the sensation of exploring this area. Conger says that stimulating the A-spot in female bodies can increase orgasm to levels never experienced before.
Conger explains how to stimulate the cervical/A-spot area. Conger suggests stimulating nerve endings in the G-spot and clitoris first, before moving up to the cervix.
Conger says, “First, you should try the stimulation that you find most enjoyable on your other parts of the genitalia — vibrations, stroking and thrusting. Then, if the sensation is at all pleasant, move onto other stimulations to see if it shifts.”
You can use your fingers or use something longer if they’re not long enough or you prefer something different. A cervical orgasm can also be achieved by having sex in positions that allow deep penetration (e.g. doggy).
6. Nipple orgasm
You can even orgasm by touching the nipples, which are an erogenous area. This may take some practice.
Blair says that Nipple stimulation sends signals to a similar region of the brain to genital stimulation. This means that if you can focus on pleasure, and not pressure, this may be intensely stimulating.
Blair says that nipple gasms can be very intense and can cause contractions of your genital area.
Blair suggests starting off with gentle touch, and gradually increasing the intensity of stimulation. Begin by gently touching the nipples. Then, you can go on to have your partner lick or suck them. You could even use nipple clamps and vibrators.
People with vaginas can experience pleasure in many ways. There is no one way that’s the best. You can experiment with different stimulation methods to find the most enjoyable for you. Then, relax and enjoy.
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