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

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

Getting your wife, girlfriend or lover really fired up for action in the bedroom should definitely be a top priority in your checklist if you’re looking to give her a sex session she won’t forget anytime soon.

Besides ensuring that your partner is going to be ideally lubricated down there, getting her really sexually aroused first before you take things up a notch guarantees that she’ll experience loads and loads of pleasurable sensations while the two of you are already at it.

However, you’re simply noticing that she’s taking a bit longer than usual to get going in bed these days. That’s even if you’re bringing your A-game into play as well.

And it’s already getting you worried that you’re already losing your touch when it comes to firing her up for lovemaking.

Now while it feels rather disappointing to not get your wife, girlfriend or lover going for sex as quickly as you used, there’s no need to worry just yet, though. Chances are you’re just making a mistake that’s preventing her sexual arousal levels to really go off the charts.

Let me explain what I mean…

If you’re anything like most guys, chances are you probably already have an idea of the erogenous zones that your partner likes to be pleasured as well as how they should be stimulated.

It could be stroking the back of her neck and inner thighs in a certain way or perhaps putting just the right amount of pressure on her nipples and clitoris.

Although keeping these in mind the next time you’re having a foreplay session is sure to help her get ready for lovemaking, simply doing the same things again and again isn’t going to cut it. This is because the brain tends to make a pattern out of them sooner or later.

See, I’ve learned during my extensive research into the female sexuality that the more frequent you pleasure a specific erogenous zone in a certain way, the more the brain is inclined to consider it as a “routine stimulation.”

Now while the erogenous zone in question will still be able to produce pleasurable sensations when you stimulate it, the satisfaction and excitement they’ll give your wife, girlfriend or lover will gradually diminish over time.

And that’s until she will start to think that stimulating it already feels a bit awkward, which somewhat hampers her from getting sexually aroused in the process.

Make it a point to always change things up when you’re having a foreplay session with your partner. Keep in mind to focus on different erogenous zones and stimulation techniques each time and you’re sure to fire her up for lovemaking in no time.

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