Men, Here’s How You Can Have Multiple Orgasms Too

Written by on February 19, 2018 in Conscious Living, Relationships & Sex with 6 Comments

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By Sarah Jacobsson Purewal | Men's Health

Your girlfriend is lucky: As a woman, she’s practically built to have multiple orgasms in a single session. You, however, have a pesky refractory period to deal with—which lasts 30 minutes or more on average, says Jonathan Stegall, M.D., founder and president of the Center for Advanced Medicine in Atlanta.It’s virtually impossible for men to have multiple ejaculatory orgasms with no refractory period, Stegall says. But not all male orgasms are ejaculatory in nature, just as not all female orgasms are g-spot orgasms. You can get closer to multiple rounds of happiness yourself—as long as you follow these three rules.
Check your T-levels
The key to harder erections, shorter refractory periods, and better orgasms? Optimal testosterone levels. “Low T is often thought of as an older man’s problem, but I see it in a significant portion of men in their 20s, 30s, and 40s,” says Stegall. Even if your sex drive isn’t particularly low, once you’re around 30 years old Stegall says it’s a good idea to get your T-levels checked with a blood test by a doctor who specializes in anti-aging medicine and hormone replacement therapy. (So you know, normal testosterone levels are between 300 and 1,000 nanograms per deciliter of blood.)Signs of low T include fatigue, decreased libido, fat gain, difficulty gaining muscle, mental fogginess, and depression. “If a lot of guys in their 20s and 30s are honest with themselves, they’re probably dealing with at least some of these issues,” says Stegall. If your testosterone levels are less than optimal, you can up them naturally by eating a diet that’s high in proteins and fats—the right kinds—by getting at least eight hours of sleep, and by lifting weights three to six times per week. You can also try these 5 easy ways to improve your manpower.Strengthen your PC muscles 
“While some men experience multiple orgasms accidentally, others can learn to invite such a reaction,” says sexologist Yvonne K. Fulbright, Ph.D. You can do this by trying your own set of Kegel exercises, which strengthen the pelvic floor muscles and your ability to control your orgasmic and ejaculatory responses in the heat of the moment, she says.


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  1.' Revolution de Mind says:

    Sweet :/

  2.' Egan A Kingston says:


  3. Anonymous says:

    nobody got time for that

  4.' Dar Ney says:

    Conscious Life is a huge waste of time, I am out of here for good. I had hoped they would have something to say worth reading.

  5.' M Liam Narod says:

    Men have have multiple O’s… when you are in your early 20’s!

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