Why She Isn't Having An Orgasm Anymore

Why She Isn’t Having An Orgasm Anymore

If you’re anything like most guys, chances are you’d like to give your lover a mind-blowing orgasm each time things get hot in the bedroom. However, you’re simply noticing that your partner isn’t having one anymore when you make love these days.

You are just noticing that she’s not reaching the Big O even if you bring your A-game during your lovemaking session. Not even if you stimulate her favorite erogenous zones or perhaps do the sexual tricks she likes when you get busy in bed.

Sure this is quite disappointing for you (not mentioning your partner), but you can easily fix this problem by just keeping a very important pointer in mind during sex. And this is mixing things up whenever you and your lover get in action in the bedroom.

Now while this may sound rather simplistic right now, you’re sure to remember pulling this off the next time you and your partner start getting frisky when you follow along…

At its simplest, an orgasm is basically the result of a very significant spike in mood-altering hormones in the body. These hormones are let loose when the brain sends neural messages to the endocrine glands to produce and release them.

The brain automatically does this when it detects that you and your partner are already getting busy in bed. As long as it thinks that what you’re doing to your lover is sexually arousing, her brain is going to keep on telling the endocrine glands to churn out mood-altering hormones.

When these hormones peak in number, it causes a rush of sensations that ultimately culminate in an orgasm. And what’s even more interesting is you can make a woman experience one orgasm after another if these mood-altering hormones continue to build up in her system.

However, something else happens when your sexual checklist is a bit monotonous…

Although the brain still translates the sexual stimulation you’re doing during lovemaking as pleasurable, it doesn’t order the endocrine glands to produce and release as much mood-altering hormones as before. It’s either your lover is going to take longer to reach orgasm during sex or perhaps she won’t achieve one at all.

This is because the brain already becomes somewhat unaffected with your sexual techniques since it knows the erogenous zones you’re going to stimulate and how you’re going to do it. As it turns out, the number of mood-altering hormones released by the endocrine glands mainly depends on how excited the brain is.

If the brain thinks your moves in bed are rather boring, the hormones released aren’t going to be enough to make your lover orgasm.

So make it a point to mix things up the next time things get hot in the bedroom. Surprise your partner’s brain by focusing on erogenous zones you don’t normally stimulate and don’t crimp up on your sexual moves when you finally get in action.

She’s sure to have a mind-blowing orgasm sooner or later if you play your cards right.


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