Is She Losing Interest In Sex Because Of This Mistake?

Is She Losing Interest In Sex Because Of This Mistake?

If you’re a guy reading this, you probably like to get frisky with your lover in the bedroom as often as you can. However, there is a simple mistake a lot of guys tend to overlook that easily makes their lovers not that excited to get things hot in the bedroom.

And this mistake is not being conscious of their oral health. Sure this may sound rather simplistic, but you’re definitely going to be more watchful of the wellness of your teeth, gums and tongue when you follow along…

During my extensive research into the female psychology, I discovered that one of the key factors of getting a woman ready for sex is making her feel as relaxed as possible. Unless she feels totally relaxed, her brain won’t produce and release the right hormones needed to set off the changes in her body to get her ready for lovemaking.

Now while stimulating a woman’s erogenous zones like the nipples, clitoris, inner thighs and back of the neck help raise her chances of becoming sexually aroused, she won’t be that eager for lovemaking if something prevents her from fully relaxing while at it.

Remarkably, it really doesn’t matter if you’re already very familiar with the erogenous zones your partner likes to be stimulated or her favorite foreplay techniques. If your lover is not fully relaxed, chances are she won’t be ready for sex no matter how hard you try.

And I learned during my research that bad breath is one of the biggest turn-offs women have. If you’re an avid AdviceForHim.com reader, you may have come across my post on how a guy’s appearance and smell contribute significantly to his chances of acing a first date. Interestingly, this also applies to how a woman reacts during foreplay.

The moment your lover smells that something is funky, her brain stimulates the endocrine glands to churn out stress hormones instead of releasing their positive counterparts. This only makes her feel anxious and jumpy, which simply means she will have a tough time getting sexually aroused.

And here’s something that you’ll find interesting…

Having bad breath is usually a sign that you have diseased gums and teeth. If they’re not given the right dental attention, they can promote the formation of lesions inside the mouth that allow bacteria to infiltrate the blood vessels and prevent sufficient blood flow to the pelvic region during sexual arousal.

In short, you’ll have a difficult time getting rock hard on demand. Now while it’s still possible to achieve an erection even when this happens, it won’t be that stable and will tend to fizzle out sooner than you’d like to.


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