Why She Isn't Enjoying Foreplay Anymore

Why She Isn’t Enjoying Foreplay Anymore

If you’re anything like most guys, I’m pretty sure that foreplay is an essential in your sexual checklist when things get hot in the bedroom with your lover. However, you’re simply noticing that she’s not that into foreplay anymore like she used to.

Even if you’re already putting you’re A-game in action.

Sure this may be rather frustrating for you, but chances are you’re just making a mistake that can be easily fixed to give your partner the foreplay satisfaction she wants. Make sure you follow along to find out more…

However, let me give you a short primer on how a woman’s body experiences pleasurable sensations during foreplay first to really help you understand why your lover isn’t finding the whole thing as satisfying as before.

See, it all starts in the brain.

Besides keeping track of every bit of stimulation you’re doing during foreplay, the brain is also the one calling all the shots when it comes to releasing mood-altering hormones that are needed to make your partner feel good while you’re at it.

One key factor in this process is the brain’s ability to jumpstart the endocrine glands to produce and release the necessary mood-altering hormones that excite a woman’s senses. The more of these hormones are let loose, the more pleasurable things are going to be.

If there’s only too little of these hormones churned out, your lover won’t be that fired up for foreplay no matter how hard you try.

What’s really interesting is the brain won’t stimulate the endocrine glands to produce and release the right amount of mood-altering hormones if it feels that the techniques you’re using are repetitive.

As I have emphasized earlier, your lover’s brain keeps track of every bit of stimulation you do when you get into action during foreplay.

If it gets the notion that you’re simply pleasuring the same erogenous zones and using the same techniques, the brain will think that she’s already experienced these sensations and won’t be jumpstarting the endocrine glands to work like they should.

And this just results to a foreplay session that’s quite bland and boring for your lover.

Turning this situation around isn’t that complicated though. Make it a point to “surprise” your partner’s brain during foreplay by mixing things up in the process. Avoid establishing a pattern. Focus on different erogenous zones. Vary the stimulation you do.

And you’ll just be surprised with the results when you start working your foreplay magic the next time you and your lover are at it.


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