After stimulation and excitement, the feeling ought to peek to the point of orgasm, that is a release of pleasure from head to toe.
However, most women do not get to experience this. If a woman does not experience orgasm, she will be less enthusiastic about s£x.
But what is she doing wrong, and why can’t she reach a climax? Well, read on and find out.
(1) Not enough oxytocin:
Oxytocin is known as love hormone. It is released during s£xual activity. If her body isn’t releasing enough oxytocin, then orgasming might be difficult for her.
Most women will most likely experience orgasm when they are experiencing feelings of love and affection.
She can increase the rush of oxytocin by whispering affectionate words, looking at her partner in the eyes or holding their hands.
(2) She isn’t well lubricated:
Lack of lubrication makes s£x painful and tedious for women. If she does not get well lubricated naturally, she should get a lubricant. It will make s£x easier.
(3) Erogenous or G spot:
Most women get stimulated by their cl*toris, neck, or br*asts. But it isn’t the same for everyone, discovering what she likes or what turns her on would help her climax.
(4) She doesn’t say what she wants:
A closed mouth doesn’t get fed. Women have to be participatory and not expect satisfaction to fall on them.
Sometimes what this means is being vocal during foreplay. If things aren’t going the way you want, you should say it. If you want certain things, then say it.
(5) Anxiety and overthinking:
When you have a lot on your mind either about s*x or life in general, it would be hard to orgasm.
Also, if you make s£x too goal-oriented and all about achieving orgasm, you are less likely to do that.
So, clear your mind and just enjoy the experience.
S£x involves your mind and your body, if either one is out of place, it would be difficult to experience orgasm.