Why She's Not Orgasming Anymore

Why She’s Not Orgasming Anymore

Making your wife, girlfriend or lover achieve orgasm when you’re at it in the bedroom is no doubt one of the top items in your sexual checklist.

Besides giving your partner a lovemaking session that she won’t forget anytime soon, convincing her to heat things up in bed the next time you’re feeling frisky won’t be that tricky to pull off.

But the thing is you’re simply noticing that she’s not reaching the Big O like she used to these days. Sure this may be rather frustrating for you, but it doesn’t mean that you’ve already lost your touch in terms of giving her a mind-blowing orgasm.

Chances are you’re just making a simple mistake that keeps her from coming. And that’s even if you’re already bringing your A-game into play during sex. Make sure you follow along to find out more…

Let’s start things off by having a quick rundown on a woman’s body triggers an orgasm.

See, it all begins when the brain stimulates the hormone-producing glands to churn out a more than usual amount of positive hormones that set off key changes to prep her up for lovemaking.

These changes include an increased sensitivity of her skin, especially in and around the erogenous zones, as well as a significant boost in her heart and breathing rates. Your wife, girlfriend or lover is also going to be wet down there to get ready for sexual penetration.

The hormone-producing glands keep on releasing these positive hormones until they reach their maximum level, which the brain translates as the signal to activate her body’s orgasmic responses.

And she’s going to experience an overload of pleasurable sensations that will surely knock her socks off almost immediately.

Now we’ve got that covered, here’s the mistake I was telling you about earlier…

I’ve learned during my extensive research into the female sexuality that a woman’s brain will only ideally stimulate the hormone-producing glands to churn out positive hormones if she feels excited during the action.

This means that if your partner thinks that the techniques you’re using are flat and repetitive, there is a very big possibility that her hormone-producing glands won’t be releasing the positive hormones that they should.

It’s either she will take a longer time to have an orgasm or perhaps not have one at all.

Make it a point to always mix things up when you’re having a sex session. Besides focusing on different erogenous zones while you’re getting busy in the bedroom, varying your techniques each time is also a smart way to go.

Try this the next time you and your wife, girlfriend or lover heat things up in the bedroom and you’ll be surprised with the results.


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