For many women, reaching orgasm during sex is sometimes difficult. It's not uncommon for some women to achieve vaginal orgasm during sex only after their thirties.
For many women, reaching orgasm during sex is sometimes difficult. It's not uncommon for some women to achieve vaginal orgasm during sex only after their thirties. Unfortunately, some of them don't even try to develop their sexual fantasies, they just dream about vaginal climax and fake orgasms all their lives. The female body provides many opportunities to reach orgasm, although it is not as easy a path as for men. A multiple orgasm is defined as several orgasms during one sexual act, and it doesn't matter whether they are in rapid succession or spaced apart. There are several "helpers" to achieve such an orgasm.
Having an amazing and paralyzing orgasm is not just about sex alone. It takes a little practice and practice. A firmer pelvic floor not only helps to have a better orgasm, but also prevents incontinence problems or reduces menstrual cramps.
Kegel exercises help "pump" more blood to the pelvic floor (which is great for arousal) and create stronger contractions - providing longer and more intense orgasms.
Simply pull the muscle you use to hold your urine, hold it for two seconds and then release. Do this 20 times, 3 times a day.
It is said that amazing things happen to those who are patient, reaching orgasm is no exception. Learn to wait rather than rush forward and reach climax as soon as possible.
Peaking means getting close to the point of orgasm, waiting for your arousal to subside, and then climaxing again. This trains you to stay in a state of great arousal, following the pattern of the "wave" orgasm. Edging is a technique that, where there is no beginning and the goal is orgasm, arousal takes place in waves that result in a powerful orgasm. Incidentally, edging is very popular in erotic massage.