5 Ways to Power-Up Your Orgasms
Relationship status doesn’t matter where orgasms are concerned. Whether you fly solo, you have a long-time partner, or perhaps a more casual arrangement; mind-blowing orgasms are something we should all try out a little more often. You can never really have too much a good thing, right?
While national orgasm day is not until July 31st, we wanted to share five tips to help you reach those dizzy heights in the most enjoyable way in this post.
1 – Foreplay, Foreplay, Foreplay
Foreplay isn’t just a wonderful to build-up suspense in your mind. It also feeds the nervous system with a much-needed sense of what’s to come. However, to be able to fully reap the rewards of any type of or time spent on foreplay, it’s vital that he or she is able to shut-off completely from any thoughts that could be serving as a distraction.
According to Women's Health Magazine, a typical female requires at least 10-20 minutes of oral or manual pressure. While many will move on before this time, they’re usually doing so in an attempt to make sure their partner doesn’t lose interest.
Stick with the foreplay for as long as you can! Every signal that shifts from the pelvis to the brain through the central nervous system all adds to the power of the orgasm a person will inevitably experience.
2 – Mindset Matters
Being in the right frame of mind matters so much. Never underestimate the power of the mind, and this applies to both partners equally. If you have something else on your mind, you feel self-conscious, or you’re subconsciously thinking about something else, then you’re going to find it even harder to attain an orgasm.
While the logistics of an orgasm are vital, and we’re going to cover them in the next couple of points, being able to switch off from the noise, quieten your mind, and focus on the here and now is key. The sooner you can do this, the better.
If you’re feeling tense in any way, shape, or form, make sure you tackle it before you get to the bedroom.
3 – Multiple Routes to the Same Destination
There’s no big secret about the fact that most men tend to able to orgasm quicker than women. However, the female body was indeed built for pleasure, and this section covers the three different types of orgasm we ladies can have.
Is it really worth searching for? Yes, yes, and YES. It is usually located around 2-inches inside the vagina wall, up towards the topside. It’s much easier to find when you are already feeling aroused. It has a slightly bumpy texture. Its precise location does vary from person to person.
It can usually be found by placing two fingers into the vagina with your palms facing the sky, then gently straightening and bending your fingers back and forth. Almost as if you are moving a computer mouse back and forward.
Did you know there are more than 8000 different nerve endings in the clitoris? Yes, that teeny tiny thing is its very own organ. It’s probably the most ‘accessible’ way for a lady to reach an orgasm, yet most sexual positions fail to embrace this little gem and give it the attention it deserves.
If you want to try and reach a clitoral orgasm, take two fingers (usually your middle and the finger you use to point), and place them onto the clit and its hood. Just start with a basic circular movement, and take it from there. Listen to your body, and ramp things up or slow them down as required.
Exactly how it sounds, this type of orgasm is where the g-spot and clitoris are simultaneously stimulated. As you can imagine, when this happens, the end result is what can only be described as mind-blowingly insane. It is the most powerfully intense type of pleasure a woman can feel during sexual stimulation.
Clitoral vibrators are a great tool to help you achieve a blended orgasm. Combine this type of sex toy with the spooning or doggy position for the best results. Having your partner perform oral sex to engage the clitoris while using their fingers on the g-spot is another way you can reach orgasm before sex even begins.
Now, before you shrug this off, remember that your partner will be aroused more at the thought they are arousing you and that by helping you reach your own climax, this is likely going to help them climax quicker and more powerfully.
4 – Masturbate Alone
In order to truly figure out what works best for you, make sure you go on a solo journey of discovery first. Not only is this going to be a lot of fun, but it will also eventually help your partner, as you can guide them more effectively when you know what works well for you. Aside from this, you can also lend a hand during sex to help you achieve more orgasms with your partner.
Sex toys, specifically vibrators, are a great way to do this, but there’s nothing quite like the sense of achievement you get when you fly solo and do it all by yourself.
5 –The Multiplication Effect
After your initial orgasm, once your pulse and blood pressure have started to settle down, then it’s actually a prime time for a woman to push for a second orgasm. While it’s possible for men to do this, blood has a tendency to leave the penis far faster than it does from a vagina. Sure, you need to wait until your clitoris has stopped feeling super sensitive, which for some will take seconds and for others a few more minutes. However, if you don’t leave it too long, and you start to receive stimulation immediately, either orally or manually, then you’re going to be able to find it easier and quicker to reach your second orgasm.
Listen to your body, and make sure you stay attuned to how you’re feeling at all times. Secondary orgasms can be had more frequently in women than people think, and you’ll often find you reach the second one much quicker than the first. However, they’re not a given, and if you just want to stop and cuddle, then you’ve probably hit the limits for now.
We hope you’ve enjoyed reading this post and that you can take some practical guidance for different ways to power up your orgasms in the future, be those with or without a partner.
Have fun – and if you’ve any other orgasm tips of your own, please feel free to share them!