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

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

Getting your wife, girlfriend or lover really fired up for sex is definitely a priority if you’re looking to give her a lovemaking session that she won’t forget anytime soon. Apart from intensifying the pleasurable sensations she feels when you’re already at it in bed, her chances of achieving an orgasm will also be much higher.

But here’s the situation…

You’re simply noticing that your partner seems to have a tricky time prepping up for action in the bedroom these days. And it’s already making you feel that you’re already losing your touch at getting her sexual mood on.

Now while this issue is no doubt rather upsetting if you’re anything like most guys, I’ve learned a key factor during my extensive research into the female psychology that may be causing this issue.

Let me explain what I mean…

Setting off a woman’s sexual arousal basically involves making her brain activate the hormone-producing glands to produce and release more positive hormones. These hormones are needed to trigger vital changes in her body to prep her up for lovemaking.

Besides making her skin, particularly in and around the erogenous zones like the clitoris, inner thighs, “treasure trail,” back of the neck and breasts, these positive hormones also boost her heart and breathing rates as well as direct a more than usual amount of circulation down there to get her natural juices flowing.

Moreover, as long as this increase in positive hormone levels keeps up, your wife, girlfriend or lover will have an orgasm as you go along in the bedroom.

Now here’s the key factor I’ve learned during my extensive research into the female psychology I was telling you about earlier that is probably the reason why she’s finding it a bit difficult to get her sexual groove on…

Unlike what a lot of guys mistakenly think, firing up a woman’s sexual arousal isn’t just about doing sexual things. There are also ways that you can pull it off without being the least sexual.

According to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Texas at Austin, women can also get sexually aroused by engaging in activities that simulate the physiological changes that take place during the same like having an increased heart rate and a heavier breathing pattern.

Examples of these activities include watching jump-in-your-seat action and horror flicks, riding in a roller coaster and similar exhilarating amusement park features as well as having a vigorous workout together.

How about giving this tip a shot and get her sexual arousal back on track?


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