What Really Ruins Her Orgasm

What Really Ruins Her Orgasm

If you’re anything like most guys, chances are you’re looking to give your wife, girlfriend or lover a mind-blowing orgasm when the two of you are at it in the bedroom. It’s not even uncommon if this is the top item in your sexual checklist, too.

But here’s the situation…

You’re simply noticing that your partner is finding it rather tricky to reach the Big O in bed like she used to these days. And it’s getting you really upset that perhaps you’re already losing your touch during lovemaking.

There’s no need to worry just yet, though. I bet you’re simply making a simple mistake that may be keeping your wife, girlfriend or lover from achieving an orgasm during a sex session. Let me explain what I mean…

An orgasm is basically the result of the process that gets sets off as soon as your partner’s brain detects a stimulus that she considers sexy. It automatically activates the hormone-producing glands to churn out a more than usual amount of positive hormones like dopamine and oxytocin that are needed to trigger prominent yet temporary changes in her body when they surge.

Besides making her skin temporarily extra sensitive, especially in and around the erogenous zones, these positive hormones also pick up her heart and breathing rates. When these hormones reach their peak amount, the brain translates this as a cue that it already needs to trigger her body’s orgasmic responses.

As for the mistake I was pointing out earlier…

However, the brain tends to do one other thing during sexual arousal: it remembers the sensations a woman’s body experiences when the action’s hot in bed.

If you just do the same techniques each time you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are having a sex session, there will come a time when they won’t be as pleasurable to her like they used to. Interestingly, this will also significantly affect the amount of positive hormones being released during sexual arousal.

And when your partner’s body doesn’t produce as much positive hormones like she should, it’s either she’ll have a tricky time achieving orgasm even if you’re already bringing your A-game into play during lovemaking or not being able to have one in the process.

Make it a point to always mix things up in the bedroom. Apart from using different techniques when you pleasure her erogenous zones like the clitoris, inner thighs, nape and breasts, varying the way you thrust is also an option you can go for.


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