There are several ways to improve and increase the intensity and pleasure of your sexual experience. These practical pieces of advice will help you enjoy a great sexual relationship with your partner.
Every relationship is built on love, however, intimacy plays a great role in emotionally and physically connecting two partners. After all, making sure you're satisfied in bed is just as important as ensuring the relationship you share is happy and wholesome.
Partners can use a variety of methods to enhance their sexual pleasure. Different varieties of foods, foreplay techniques, exercises, etc can help you improve your sexual experience and attain the most satisfying orgasms. According to a report by Cleveland Clinic, it is harder for women to attain orgasm. Statistics suggest that only 10 percent of women attain orgasm in bed with their partners. While conversations with your partner about the need for better sex may help, there are other things you can do to ensure you have a satisfying sexual relationship.
Just like any other activity, timing plays an important role in sex. According to Gabrielle Lichterman, author of 28 Days: What Your Cycle Reveals about Your Love Life, Moods, and Potential, the first two days of the menstrual cycle is one of the best times to have intercourse for women. The testosterone levels are high and other parts such as the libido, breasts, and clitoris are also very sensitive during this period. This makes it easier to achieve orgasm. The best times to have sex is in the morning when the testosterone levels are high in men or in the afternoon when women ovulate.
You may find it hard to believe but exercises can help. Sign up for any competition, be it a marathon or a tennis game. According to a study published in the journal Evolution and Human Behavior, merely thinking of competition can lead to a 24 percent increase in the testosterone levels in women. Maire Claire also states that working out can increase the blood flow to the genital area, enhancing the mood and increasing desire.
Sometimes it's not the perfect bedroom setting with candle lights and roses that will set the fire. Its all about spontaneity and fun. Quickies are a great way to create that bring about that unexpected spice into your sexual life. “Some people think the scene has to be set perfectly. They need to be showered, the sheets need to be clean, and the kids have to be with a babysitter,” says Holly Richmond, Ph.D., a sex therapist in Southern California. He added that quickies can be more exciting than any planned sexual activity.
Orgasm is all about blood flow. According to Bustle, proper circulation of blood is vital for the blood even to the genitals. So eating foods that aid blood flow will help you gain your highest level of pleasure. Inclusion of foods like hot peppers, garlic, fish, etc will help do the magic. Substitute your regular oil with olive oil as it increases the production of testosterone in women. Garlic contains allicin that improves blood flow to the genitals and fish contains omega-3 that will help you get in the mood.
While orgasm refers to the climax, the highest level of pleasure. It is important not to race to the finish line. Delaying the end result is known to improve the quality of the orgasm. The term which is called "Edging" refers to bringing the person to the brink of orgasm and then intentionally backing off. Doing this a couple of times is known to increase the nerve sensation and result in an intense, powerful and satisfying orgasm according to Women's Health Magazine.
Setting the mood is vital, especially for women. Foreplay not only sets the mood but also prepares your body for what's to come as it increases the oxytocin levels in the blood. According to a study published in the journal Hormones and Behavior, couples who were given a nasal spray with oxytocin were found to have intense orgasms. Spending time with your partner, cuddling, kissing and other small gestures can increase the oxytocin levels and set the mood for a great sexual experience.
It is a good idea to take a break from sex and masturbation in order to experience a mind-blowing orgasm. “I've noticed in both men and women that they report stronger orgasms during masturbation after taking a short break,” says New York City sex therapist Ian Kerner, Ph.D. She added that the simple reset may just heat up things between the partners.