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Top 7 Female Erogenous Zones For Experiencing Extreme Pleasure At Bed

Posted by on March 30, 2018 in Relationships & Sex with 0 Comments

By Will O’Conner 

Introduction:

While the primary purpose of sexual intercourse may be for reproduction amongst some couples, this activity serves other purposes amongst the majority of couples throughout the world. It is not only couples that desire sexual intercourse, but even those not involved in a relationship. Sex is an intimate act that produces a number of pleasurable emotions amongst the individuals involved, and scientific studies have also proven sex to provide a range of both mental and physical health benefits.

Having sex frequently contributes to a healthier mind, improvements in overall cognitive function, and even reduced severity of depression symptoms. The physiological wellbeing of the body is positively affected through an increase in immunoglobulin A production, as well as improvements in cardiovascular health, reduced blood pressure, better sleep, and sex may even help to alleviate pain symptoms. Additionally, sex also forms part of a healthy relationship ‑ the intimacy shared during this act can help a couple keep that “spark” alive and continue maintaining a strong, healthy and loving bond between the two of them.

Unfortunately, sex does not come as natural to some couples as it does to others. When we look at sexual dysfunctions amongst the general population, we see that there are many problems that can affect the performance of both men and women during sex. Erectile dysfunction is the most commonly mentioned sexual dysfunction. Premature ejaculation can also cause a significant disruption in the sex lives of a couple.

What we want to focus on today is female sexual health and, in particular, how a large number of men are not taking into account what their female sexual partner desires, but rather delivers what they think their partners want. A review paper published in the Journal of the International Society for Sexual Medicine explains that approximately 40.9% of premenopausal women experience some type of sexual dysfunction, with lubrication difficulties and hypoactive sexual desire disorder being the most common. A news publication explains that as much as 75% of women are unable to have an orgasm through intercourse, but require additional clitoral stimulation. Then there is also the fact that up to 15% of women are never able to have an orgasm ‑ at all.

Top 7 Erogenous Zones On The Female Body

There are a variety of reasons why many women are unable to have an orgasm while they are penetrated by their sexual partner. In some cases, vaginal issues, such as painful sex and a lack of lubrication, can cause sex to become uncomfortable and even dissatisfying. This can make reaching orgasm more difficult for a woman; thus she may require additional stimulation after sexual penetration in order to truly experience that elevated sense of pleasure that comes with an orgasm.

It is important that men realize that the problem can also lie with them in many cases. Men need to be able to perform in the bedroom. If you have erectile difficulties, try performing some exercises for erectile dysfunction. Perhaps pay a visit to your physician and discuss the options that are available to you. You should also take into consideration the fact that there may be a possibility that you are simply not doing things right during sex.

With the fact that the problem might be with the man’s performance in the bedroom, it causes a call for concern amongst men. No matter how good you think you are in the bedroom, there is always room for improvement. Talk to your partner and ask her what she likes, what she doesn’t like. Be open and really listen to her.

Intimacy and foreplay, as well as focusing on the right zones of the female body, is a great starting point for getting her to reach an orgasm with ease. Here, we are going to share some of the most important parts of your partner’s body that you should pay attention to. Remember that foreplay is a great way for you to last longer in bed, so do not only focus on these zones of your partner’s body during sex, but also during foreplay and even when trying to be flirty.

1. Her Ears

The ears are a vital part of the body, allowing us to hear, but also contains a lot of nerve endings. The fact that there are so many nerve endings in the ear also means that this part of the human body is extremely sensitive to touch, and to other sensations. Touch her ears, whisper in her ears and nibble softly on her ears. Remember to listen and respond to her feedback, as she may not like the nibbling or perhaps excessive touching.

2. Her Neck

The neck is probably one of the most popular areas of the female body that is focused on when it comes to turning her on, and even as a way to promote intimacy during sex. The neck is also a very sensitive part of the female body ‑ even light touches can drive the libido of some women up drastically. Light touches, kisses and, if she allows it, perhaps even a light nibble. Remember to softly breathe in her neck as well!

3. Her Lips

Lips are the primary part of the body involved in a kiss, and also one of the most important parts when it comes to intimacy and sexual desire, yet this is a particular area that is often overlooked by most men. Men tend to think that their partner has become too “used” to kissing, so they avoid focusing on her lips ‑ in reality, however, this might be something she desires more than anything else while having sex.

4. Her Nipples

While the nipples are often thought of as a “tool” of the female body with the purpose of breastfeeding a newborn baby, but a lot of men fail to realize that the nipples are also a particular part of the female body that causes a similar stimulation in the brain as when the clitoris is touched.

5. Her Abdomen

The stomach is another part of the female body that deserves a mention in our list of top zones that you should pay attention to if you want to turn her on and make her experience higher levels of satisfaction during sex. Lightly touch her abdomen area, followed by soft breathing and perhaps even some light kissing.

6. Her Clitoris

The most obvious part of the female body that requires stimulation for her to experience both pleasure and an orgasm is the clitoris, but a lot of men do not focus as much on the clitoris, except during the actual part where he penetrates his partner. Instead of only penetrating the clitoris, focus on this part of the female body during foreplay as well.

7. Her Inner-Thighs

Finally, we want to finish our list of sensitive areas on the female body that can drive her mad in the bedroom with the inner-thighs. This part of the body is very sensitive to touch, but be sure that you only perform light touches. The wrong move could cause her to become ticklish, which is not something that you may want to set off while you are trying to turn her on.

Conclusion

Sexual intercourse is not always equally pleasurable to both parties, and while a man might think that he has delivered an immense level of pleasure to his partner, she might simply be a good actress sometimes. With most women never reaching an orgasm purely through sexual intercourse alone, men should take care to learn more about their partner’s body and identify ways they can really deliver that intense pleasure and sexual satisfaction every time. In this post, we described seven of the most intimate parts that you should focus on when turning her on, giving you the opportunity to become the alpha male in the bedroom. In addition to the tips we have offered here, using one of the top male sexual enhancers could provide you with further benefits to help boost your erectile strength and firmness, and make you perform better. 

References:

https://www.everydayhealth.com/depression/is-sex-an-antidepressant.aspx

https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/11/18/11-sex-health-benefits.aspx

https://www.smr.jsexmed.org/article/S2050-0521(16)00081-0/pdf

About the Author:

Will O’Conner has been a Health & Fitness Advisor for Consumer Health Digest. He loves to write about General Health & Fitness topics. Will also believes in providing knowledgeable information to readers and constantly motivates them to achieve their goals. He is also passionate about traveling, arts and discovers and writes for people. Connect through: Facebook, Twitter, & Google+.

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