Why She Isn't Getting An Orgasm These Days

Why She Isn’t Getting An Orgasm These Days

If you’re anything like most guys, chances are your top priority when you and your wife, girlfriend or lover are already at it in the bedroom is making her reach the Big O as you go along.

And unlike what self-proclaimed “sex gurus” are saying these days, pulling off just that isn’t about doing an ultra-secret technique when you’re getting busy in bed or perhaps saying a trigger word that will instantly make her orgasm at a drop of a hat.

Now while I’ve emphasized in an earlier post that prepping her up mentally as well as varying your techniques during lovemaking can help boost your chances of getting the job done, there is one key factor that a lot of men tend to overlook that can prevent their partners from reaching the point of no return during a sex session.

There’s even a big possibility that you’re making the same mistake as well. Let me explain what I mean…

At its simplest, an orgasm is triggered when a woman’s body experiences an overload of positive hormones that gets released the moment she gets sexually aroused. These hormones are needed to set off the physiological changes that are crucial in getting her ready for a lovemaking session.

These changes include picking up her heart and breathing rates, directing a more than usual amount of blood flow all over her body as well as making her skin, especially in and around the erogenous zones like the clitoris, lower abdomen, vagina, breasts, and back of the neck, temporarily extra sensitive.

Besides preparing your partner’s body to rock and roll in the bedroom, all of these physiological changes also make her enjoy the ensuing the activity that you’ll be engaged in shortly.

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

Although you may already have an idea of the things that your wife, girlfriend or lover likes when you’re getting the action going in bed, communication is still very important if you’re looking to really knock her socks off in the process.

See, the stuff that your partner likes during sex can change from time to time. There’s a chance that she wants to try new things when you’re at it in the bedroom. This is the reason why you need to ask for her inputs as you go along.

Simply asking her what she’s in the mood for usually does the trick.

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