Sometimes it can be hard to, well you know, reach a climax. This isn’t true for just women – men can also face bedroom problems, like a lacking libido, that makes it hard for them to reach an orgasm and overall have better sex.
If you are not satisfied in the bedroom, you might go to desperate lengths to achieve satisfaction (cue the commercials that are filled with products that promise passion in the bedroom). You shouldn’t invest in these short term fixes, or worse, jeprodize your health by putting uncessary toxins into your body. Why? Because there are natural solutions that will help you reach an orgasm and increase your libido. Keep reading and I’ll share five ways that you can have better sex without the use of dangerous sex products.
A study from Indiana University released that 50% of men and women using lubricant claimed that it was easier for them to reach a climax. Now, you might think it is outrageous to consider lubricant. Thoughts like “I’m not going through menopause” or “I’m too young for lube” might be going through your head – but through the many stages of a woman’s life, she might experience vaginal dryness.
According to women’s health expert, Lorna Vanderhaeghe, vaginal dryness can occur at the following times in a woman’s life:
- Right before or after a period
- During pregnancy and breastfeeding
- During menopause
This makes women, of all ages, susceptible to vaginal dryness.
Maybe you are a woman who doesn’t fall into the above categories? Well, vaginal dryness can also occur when you are thinking about it during intercourse. How so? Being worried about vaginal dryness during sex means that your mind is not in a place where you will feel aroused. When you are not aroused, the result is less lubrication and no orgasm, or in other words, not good sex. By using lubrication, you will not have to worry about vaginal dryness.
Even if you do not have a dryness problem, you can still use lubricant. Adding additional moisture to the mix will make for a more memorable, and hopefully orgasmic, experience for you and your partner.
Amp up the Foreplay
Remember those days in high school when your gym teacher would make you run around the field to warm up? Well your teacher wasn’t making you do that for no reason – warming up gets your blood pumping and flowing. Just like other physical activity, you need to warm up before intercourse. Of course, warming up before intercourse doesn’t mean you should go for a 10 minute run, it means you should participate in foreplay.
By just kissing and caressing, you will not only increase your blood flow, but your body will become extra sensitive. This makes it easier to reach a climax, and accordingly, will lead to better sex. Try foreplay for 10-20 minutes before actually participating in intercourse. You'll be surprised at how much better sex can be, after foreplay.
If you find it difficult to reach a climax from vaginal sex, you are not alone. Many women claim that without clitoral stimulation, they find it difficult to achieve an orgasm. Sexologists from around the world, and of course many women, testify that they require clitoral stimulation in order to reach the big O. The simplest solution: oral sex.
Sometimes being satisfied in the bedroom isn’t all physical. It can very much be a mental issue, with one culprit to blame: STRESS. Now, more than ever, people are stressed out. Maintaining your family, friends, work, bills, personal issues, health issues, and all other problems contribute to stress. We are living in a time of constant stress, which leads to chronic stress. The end result is an array of health issues – including low libido and inability to achieve an orgasm and have good sex..
People who are very stressed out, find it harder to become aroused, compared to people who have normal stress levels. If you feel like you are stressed out, you should consider the following:
- Practice an activity that relaxes you, like kickboxing or yoga
- Don’t take on too much work at one time
- Look for natural supplements that can help ease stress in the body
- Find some “me” time
- Ask for help when you need it
Women’s health expert, Lorna Vanderhaeghe believes that there are pro-sexual nutrients that can increase the libido of both men and women. It may be worthwhile to supplement with these natural ingredients to see if it makes a difference in your sex life. Lorna Vanderhaeghe recommends boosting libido with:
- Tribulus terrestris
- Vitamin B5
- Gingko biloba
All of above ingredients can be found in Lorna Vanderhaeghe‘s SexSmart.
See, better sex without the use of dangerous sex products is very much possible. You just have to know what will work for you, and try to eliminate any obstacles that come in your way.