How To Achieve Orgasm
Orgasm, is the climax of s3xual excitement, which comes with intense muscle tightening around the genital area, this is experienced as a pleasurable wave of tingling sensations through parts of the body; which leads to a feeling of complete fulfillment after a s3xual activity or experience.
There, however, could be physical or emotional reasons you are not experiencing a s3xual climax; with the right diagnosis and possibly a s3x therapy you can learn how to orgasm and have a satisfying s3xual relationship.
Some people feel the issue of not having orgasm is absolutely for women only, this is wrong because, both men and women experience this problem. The good thing, however, is that, help is available for both s3xes. While some women may have difficulty achieving orgasm, men also can have orgasm difficulties as well, especially if there are physical or emotional issues at play in the relationship.
The reasons some people cannot have orgasm or climax during s3x, include; Not having anorgasm at all, having a delayed orgasm; taking a long time or needing a lot of stimulation to achieve orgasm, not having a satisfactory orgasm, delayed ejaculation and ejaculation without orgasm
Some potential causes of these problems in women and men could be as a result of problem/ problems in the relationship, boredom in the bedroom, emotional or physical trauma, like rape or abuse. Others include, health conditions that affect nerves or hormone levels, being shy or embarrassed about s3x.
Another explanation; the physiologically aspect; this could be that they are not getting the right stimulation. If either a man or a woman is used to achieving anorgasm with his or her own hand; masturbation, someone else’s touch and body part might seem strange and this could hinder s3xual climax or orgasm.
If you are experiencing difficulty achieving anorgasm, seeing a s3x therapist may help root out the reason and get the right treatment. A s3x therapist can also help determine if you are having a physical problem, and recommend that you see a physician.
To help identify the problem, a s3x therapist will ask about your s3xual history. Be prepared for topics to include a frank discussion of your current partners, masturbation practices, and the nature of your symptoms. A s3x therapist will also ask about your expectations of s3x and what you want to achieve in your s3x life.
If there is a medical problem, your doctor will prescribe the appropriate treatment. And if the cause is psychological, working with a s3x therapist can help.
For the female orgasm, a woman should learn how to orgasm by herself and realise exactly what kind of stimulation it takes, including whether she needs to fantasise in order to have anorgasm.
For men, the process is similar. Part of the solution is the same for men and women when it comes to s3x; you have got to talk about it with your partner. If you want to achieve multiple orgasms or just feel uninhibited in the bedroom, you have to be open about your wants and needs.
While it could be normal to be embarrassed to talk about these intimate issues or be afraid of your partner’s reaction, you have to open up. If you can’t relax because of some unresolved problem between you, even if it is because the house is a mess; you must address it if you want to have a satisfying s3xual experience.
Talk about what you want, what you like, and what you need because if orgasm difficulties are affecting you, they are also affecting your partner. Talking about s3x and intimacy will only bring you closer together, and help ignite the fireworks you are looking for in the bedroom.