How to have mind-blowing orgasms with your partner. Tonight!
Establishing a happy, exciting and romantic relationship, and achieving an interesting and excitement-filled sexual relationship, requires experimenting and truly understanding what each of you desire. Let’s don’t kid ourselves. Sex plays a huge part in building a relationship with a lover, at least a satisfying one, and having the confidence in yourself, as well as in your own sexuality and your ability to please a partner, is important to have a mind-blowing sexual bond with someone you want to take to the highest levels of ecstasy.
Surprisingly, very few couples truly, and I mean truly, enjoy the kind of “hanging off the chandelier” sex that all of us were meant to have. It’s not a secret that very few women achieve orgasm via direct sex with their lovers. Many women have to resort to alternative methods including manual masturbation or partner masturbation. Achieving a mind-blowing orgasm is not always the goal of women as it is for men. Women derive pleasure from the act of being close with someone they love, or someone they just met if loneliness is an issue.
If you’re one of the millions who rarely, if ever, reach the heights of pleasurable sex, you may not know how to achieve a mind-blowing orgasm. Pleasurable and repeatable great sex is not achieved like throwing the switch on a light. And if you’re in a relationship, you may have to train your partner, yes, train your partner, on what is most pleasurable to you and what you hope to accomplish during a session of lovemaking. There are bunches of ways you can get the point of having mind-blowing orgasms every time you are with your partner and even on those nights when your partner is not available and you need release. There are, however, a number of ways on how to maximize and experience an overwhelming orgasm.
Foreplay Doesn’t Start In The Bedroom
In order to achieve mind-blowing orgasms, both partners need to learn to relax, shut off the day’s problems, and enjoy intimate time with each other. The goal, at least at first, should not be on achieving an orgasm. Both partners should focus on the other’s body and how it responds to touches, kisses, licks, you get the picture. Truly concentrating on the moment, your partner’s body and how it reacts to sensations can be a real act of amazement to someone who has never taken the time to do just that. And remember. Foreplay can start while you’re having a nice meal at an intimate restaurant, or just sitting on the couch with a glass of wine talking about each other’s day.
One thing both partners might want to try during foreplay, especially if there are any problems with vaginal dryness, would be a lubricant of some sort. One I’m familiar with, but by no means the only one on the market, isVigorelle cream, an all-natural product specifically designed for a women's pleasure.Vigorelle can help take you over the edge towards mind-blowing, explosive orgasms. One thing I caution against, is avoiding what I call the “heat of the moment” sex, where you and your partner start mauling each other shooting right past foreplay. This type of sex is fun, at times, but can easily lead to taking the easy way where sex becomes “wham, bam, thank you mam” and the woman never achieves the mind-blowing orgasms she deserves. For you and your partner to experience mind-blowing orgasms, foreplay, and plenty of it, has to be part of the night’s, or day’s, festivities.
Tell Me What Your Fantasies Are
Fantasies. We all have them, yet most of us are afraid to tell our partners our deepest and darkest secrets when it comes to fantasies. Fantasies are perfectly normal and can be a great way to have that mind-blowing orgasm we’re all looking for. Wish that she would dress up in a French maid costume and let you take her as she bends over the kitchen island? Tell her. Get moist every time you see a fireman? Tell him. Amazon has plenty of costumes for every taste and is more than happy to ship them straight to your door. Acting out your fantasy, or role-playing, is a perfectly normal way to increase the intensity of your orgasms. Believe me when I tell you this!
There’s Nothing Wrong With a little Self Love
One of the quickest ways to achieve a mind-blowing orgasm with your partner is by truly knowing what turns you on and masturbation is one of the sure fire ways to learn what you like or don’t like. Masturbation shouldn’t be thought as dirty or something you should be ashamed of. It can help you determine where your body’s pleasure spots are and once you’ve determined that it’s much easier to guide a willing partner. These are the times that a lubricant can come in handy, for both women and men, so remember to use a little Vigorelle or some other lubricant, to increase your pleasure!
When self-exploring don’t forget that it’s perfectly normal to use toys and other sensory heightening objects. Vibrators can be found in every city in the world and the internet us full of places where you can order them and have them delivered to your home in a non-descript box. Experiment and determine what type of toy or equipment works best for you. Men, on the other hand, can use masturbation to train themselves to last longer when they are with their partner.
Take Care of Your Health and Enjoy Great Sex!
Being healthy and in good shape can ensure a more fulfilling and sensual sexual relationship with your partner. Being in good shape and maintaining a healthy body will help you participate in longer and more intense sexual activity. It’s true that one of the most important senses when it comes to sexual attraction is eyesight. Humans are naturally attracted to others by what they see initially. Being in shape will ensure that the trip to a mind-blowing orgasm will be one sought by many.
In conclusion, partners enjoying incredible orgasms together is not that difficult to achieve. Remember to let your partner know what turns you on, turns you off, and what your fantasies are. Role play on occasion and remember. Sex should be fun and is a wonderful opportunity to solidify the bond between you and your partner.
From the Desk of Dr. Karen Vieira:
Women interested in enhancing libido, lubrication and overall sexual pleasure will find Vigorelle™ to be the safe and effective solution they need. Combining a unique blend of herbal and natural food-based topical ingredients, Vigorelle™ is truly the next generation of sexual enhancement for women.
The formula begins with L-Arginine, helping to restore proper blood flow to the vaginal region and to increase relaxation, which is necessary for restored sexual desire. Ginkgo biloba also increases blood flow and oxygenation to act as a sexual stimulant. Damiana, Wild Yam Root and Suma support sexual response via enhancing vaginal lubrication and improving hormone levels. Vitamins A, C and E are strong antioxidants to support improved circulation and healing to the genital tissues.
A blend of natural oils and lubrications, including nourishing aloe vera, highly-absorbable olive oil compounds and moisturizing shea butter create a soothing environment. Additionally, peppermint helps improve skin absorption of the other ingredients.
With a lowered sexual response due to aging, stress and a less than optimal diet, many women can really use a boost in the bedroom. Vigorelle is a topical solution that significantly increases pleasure by optimizing several sexual health parameters, including blood flow, oxygenation, relaxation, hormone balance and lubrication. Vigorelle™ has a minty fresh smell with a smooth consistency and a long-lasting sensation. It may be the perfect solution for couples who have a lack of sexual fulfillment due to her lack of libido and sexual enjoyment.
Vigorelle is safe and has no significant side effects. It is a topical sexual enhancement product that I recommend to all women interested in a boost in libido and sexual pleasure.
Dr. Karen Vieira
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