One Possible Reason Why She's Taking Longer To Get Sexually Aroused

One Possible Reason Why She’s Taking Longer To Get Sexually Aroused

Unlike guys that can get ready for lovemaking at the drop of a hat, women need time to prep up for action in the bedroom. And perhaps the most important item in your checklist when you’re looking to get your wife, girlfriend or lover going for sex is pushing her buttons the right way.

However, you’re simply noticing that your moves aren’t hitting their mark on her anymore these days.  Your partner doesn’t seem to be as receptive to your techniques like she used to. And that’s even when you’re already bringing your A-game into play while at it.

Now while this issue is no doubt extremely frustrating for you, this doesn’t mean that you’ve already lost your touch in terms of heating her up for a sex session. Chances are you’re just making a simple mistake that keeps her from really getting in the mood for lovemaking.

Let me explain what I mean…

As soon as a woman’s brain detects that things are already getting extra steamy in the bedroom, it activates specific glands in the body to start churning out positive hormones like dopamine and oxytocin.

Besides promoting an increase in her heart and breathing rates, these hormones also direct an extra boost of blood flow in and around her erogenous zones, which not only jumpstarts their sexual function, but also make them more sensitive to stimulation.

As long as there is a steady stream of these positive hormones in her body, getting her in the mood for sex won’t be that tricky to pull off.

But the thing is I’ve learned during my extensive research into the female sexuality that the amount of positive hormones a woman’s body can produce and release tends to fluctuate from time to time. Sure you may already know the stuff she likes to get sexually aroused, but the results won’t be that ideal if she’s going through one of these fluctuations.

However, there’s one technique you can use to boost the amount of positive hormones when you’re already at it in bed. You can use the power of words to get the job done.

See, encouraging words and compliments actually help the brain stimulate the hormone-producing glands to produce and release positive hormones. Admiring her body or telling her how she smells actually goes a long way if you do it properly.

Just keep in mind to avoid repeating the same words again and again since it can make her think that you’re already being insincere, which will only result to the opposite.

(Now here’s a useful tip the next time you stimulate her clitoris.)

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