Be a Sex Goddess: 5 Tips for More Orgasms
Posted by Girls Guide To on June 15, 2012 at 9:08 PM
Here at Girls Guide To, we believe all women should be sexually satisfied, both physically and emotionally. Below are tips for greater sexual fulfillment; and yes, more orgasms. Enjoy ;)
1. Think About It
What turns you on? What makes you feel good? Are there any positions that allow you to reach climax easier? Any other situations or actions that put you in the mood? Thinking sexually doesn’t make you a perv; it makes you a sex goddess. And most important of all, share these thoughts with your partner! No one is a mind reader and your partner will be more than excited to share a conversation about sex.
2. Then Stop Thinking
Other than our skin, our brains are our biggest sex organ. In order to feel sexy, our minds need to relax. Stop stressing over work, your body, or that argument you had with your sister and just let it go. When we’re focusing on something stressful outside of the moment, it’s nearly impossible to reach orgasm. An easy way to empty your mind is to focus on sensation. Put your thoughts into how great it feels when your partner kisses you and so on.
3. Forget the Rules
There is no “right” way to reach orgasm. It doesn’t matter whether you reach orgasm via penetration or through the clitoris. There’s absolutely nothing wrong if you can’t orgasm through penetration alone, just get there however works for you. And don’t be afraid to try something new inspired by your sexy thoughts from Tip #1.
4. Get PhysicalObviously, these tips are about getting physical in the bedroom, but this one pertains more to the gym. Work up a sweat, and you’ll not only feel better about your body, but research shows exercise improves blood flow to the genitals. In addition, eat healthy and steer clear of excessive drinking, any smoking or recreational drug use. Alcohol and drug abuse affect can affect one’s sexual satisfaction and overall sexual arousal.
5. Talk to Your DoctorDon’t be shy; your doctor is probably one of the best people to discuss your sex life with. We don’t mean anything graphic, but your sexual functioning and satisfaction is an important part of your health. If they don’t bring it up, you should. Obviously, you should be discussing any preexisting medical conditions, but also any medications you’re on. Some prescription drugs affect sexual response, so let your doctor know if there are other medications to try.