Why She's Not That Excited For Lovemaking Anymore

Why She’s Not That Excited For Lovemaking Anymore

You’re noticing that your lover isn’t that excited anymore when you try to get things hot in the bedroom these days. No matter how hard you try, it seems that she is taking longer and longer to get ready for sex.

There’s no need to worry just yet though. You are probably making a simple mistake in bed that can be easily corrected. Let me explain what I mean…

During my extensive research into the female sexuality, I discovered that the brain plays a key role when it comes to a woman’s sexual arousal. Its function is so significant in getting her ready for lovemaking that chances are she won’t be in the mood for sex if you don’t give it the “stimulation” it needs.

Now while I emphasized in my previous post that pulling this off is as easy as sending naughty messages to your lover’s email or mobile phone, there is also one thing that you may be unknowingly doing already that prevents her from really becoming receptive during sex.

And this is doing the same foreplay techniques over and over. I know this sounds a bit odd right now, but you’ll definitely think up of new ways to excite your lover during foreplay when you follow along.

See, the female body is full of erogenous zones that can easily take her sexual arousal from zero to full throttle in no time if properly stimulated. These erogenous hot spots include the breasts, inner thighs, clitoris and the back of the neck.

When you lick, caress or kiss these erogenous zones the way your lover likes it, the brain becomes excited and fires up the endocrine glands to produce and release mood-altering hormones that set off changes in the body that convert the stimulation you’re doing into pleasure signals.

However, something happens when you do the same foreplay techniques again and again each time you’re trying to get your partner frisky in the bedroom. Instead of getting excited, the brain becomes rather used to the stimulation you’re doing.

Sure you may already know the erogenous zones that your lover prefers and how they should be stimulated, but they won’t be that effective any more at getting her in the mood for sex. This is because the brain won’t fire up the endocrine glands as much and they won’t be releasing the ideal amounts of mood-altering hormones to get your lover really sexually aroused.

There’s a way to fix this though…

And all you have to do is stimulate erogenous zones that you don’t normally have in your checklist of spots to stimulate during foreplay. You’ll surprise her brain with new sensations, which will get her endocrine glands churning out a lot of positive hormones.

This simply means you won’t have a problem getting her ready for sex when you feel frisky.



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