This Is One Big Reason She Isn't Orgasming Any Longer

This Is One Big Reason She Isn’t Orgasming Any Longer

Giving your wife, girlfriend or lover a mind-blowing orgasm is definitely one of the most crucial items in your sexual checklist. And when she’s getting her socks knocked off during lovemaking, chances are it won’t be that tricky to convince her to heat things up in bed with you when you’re feeling rather frisky.

But the thing is you’re simply noticing that your partner doesn’t seem to reach the Big O like she used to these days and it’s already getting you frustrated. There’s no need to worry just yet, though.

Interestingly, I’ve stumbled upon a key mistake that a lot of men unknowingly make that can easily sap a woman’s ability to achieve orgasm during lovemaking. There’s even a big possibility that you’re guilty of doing this as well. Let me explain what I mean…

A woman’s orgasm is basically the finale of a process that gets set off when she gets sexually aroused.

As soon as her brain detects a stimulus that gets her fired up, it activates the hormone-producing glands to churn out a more than usual amount of positive hormones like dopamine and oxytocin that trigger significant yet temporary changes in her body when released.

Besides boosting the sensitivity of a woman’s skin, especially in and around the erogenous zones, this surge in positive hormones also increases her breathing rate and overall circulation, which directs more blood flow to her pelvic region to get her natural juices flowing down there.

This rise in positive hormone levels carries on as you go along during lovemaking. When these hormones reach their peak numbers, the brain translates this as a cue to activate her body’s orgasmic responses and she experiences a mind-blowing orgasm almost immediately.

Now here’s the mistake I was pointing out earlier…

Although sexually penetrating the vagina is a key factor in making a woman orgasm during lovemaking, a lot of guys seem to forget that stimulating other erogenous zones is also crucial to get the job done.

They simply stick to vaginal penetration the whole way, which just makes them miss out on the pleasurable sensations that other erogenous zones like the back of the neck, breasts, inner thighs and the “treasure trail” or lower abdomen can provide.

Fixing this issue isn’t that complicated, though. You simply have to give her other erogenous zones the TLC that they truly deserve when you’re already at it in the bedroom to intensify the pleasurable sensations that she’s going to experience.

And the more pleasurable sensations that she’s going to experience, the higher her chances are of reaching the Big O as you go along.

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