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5 tips for having a better orgasm: the female perspective

Most women don’t think achieving orgasm during sex is possible. But it doesn't have to be this way. We’ve researched the best tips you can take to ensure you have more powerful and frequent orgasms.

If you always feel let down by your climax, don't despair. These tips and tricks will not only help you to achieve maximum satisfaction from sex but can also improve your relationship by correcting hormone imbalance and disconnect between you and your partner.

1. Take a Break from Orgasms

This may seem counterintuitive, but taking a break from both masturbation and sex can have a "refresh" effect on your orgasms. Both men and women report more frequent and intense orgasms after going without them for an extended period.

Therefore, try to make an effort to abstain for at least three days and observe the effect it has on your next orgasm. Sometimes all it takes is a couple of steps back to move several steps forward on the pleasure scale.

2. Focus More on Foreplay

Many of us are guilty of speeding through foreplay in a bid to arrive at sexual intercourse much quicker. But reducing the amount of time spent on foreplay could have a negative effect on your sexual climax.

The reason foreplay is so essential to your pleasure is that great orgasms require three key ingredients:

  1. The first is vasocongestion (blood flow to your pelvis region)
  2. The second is myotonia (muscular tension throughout the body)
  3. And lastly, you need your brain to turn on the areas of the brain associated with the opiate system

Foreplay gives your chance for your body to check off everything on that list before heading into full‑blown sexual intercourse. Starting without everything in place can lead to less than impressive results.

3. Time Sex to Line Up with Your Natural Cycle

If you've ever had an orgasm and immediately felt like it sorely lacked the pleasure levels associated with previous climaxes, it could have a lot to do with timing. A women's libido peaks during ovulation, which means that sex had a few weeks either side of that period may be less satisfying.

Therefore, try and time your sex to coincide with the days you're ovulating. You may well observe a noticeable increase in pleasure derived from your orgasms. Remember that if you're not trying for a baby to have contraception firmly in place during this especially fertile couple of days.

4. Use Lubrication to Increase Comfort and Pleasure

One of the easiest and most effective methods for increasing arousal and pleasure is introducing plenty of lube into the equation. By lubricating, couples open up a much more extensive range of positions, activities, and techniques.

Variety has been shown to increase stimulation, excitement, and, ultimately, pleasure from sexual intercourse. Furthermore, it helps to provide relief for those who suffer from vaginal dryness, replacing the pain caused by sex with a one‑way ticket to satisfaction.

5. Make More of an Effort with Cuddling and Kissing

In a world dominated by one‑night stands and drunken adventures, the love aspect of sex is often overlooked. There's a biological reason we hug and kiss our partners before, during, and after sex. Those acts of affection and bonding release a hormone called Oxytocin, also dubbed the "love" hormone.

This hormone has been scientifically proven to increase the intensity of orgasms. Thus, make sure to build up as much of it as you can before both oral and penetrative sex. The natural build‑up will help you achieve a much stronger and more powerful orgasm.

While women might not have orgasms as effortlessly as men, orgasms can be as intense and satisfying for both sexes. Here are eight ideas to help you reach a better climax.

Improve Your Orgasmic Potential with Because Health

Unbelievable orgasms are not accessible for everyone; in fact, up to 45% of women experience little to no arousal during sex. But if your orgasms have been decidedly unsensational, certain products can help you to regain your maximum pleasure potential.

Both our enhance cream and enhance lozenges are packed full of helpful amino acids and hormones such as L‑Arginine, Oxytocin, Dehydroepiandrosterone, and Sildenafil to help create fuller genitals, better lubrication, and heightened sexual pleasure. Just by adding these products to your sexual routine, you will be able to observe considerable differences in the satisfaction you derive from sex.

Laura: Enhance lozenges has been a lovely surprise for my sexual wellness. The most recent time I used it, it gave me one of top 5 orgasms of my life! Mind blowing!

Here at Because Health, we can help you move past sexual health disorders by developing a tailored, physician‑approved treatment plan to regain control of your sexual pleasure.

Because Health Team
Because Health is a nationwide telemedicine platform that connects patients and specialist physicians through video chat, messaging, and/or in-person office consults. Treatments are facilitated by board-certified physicians, premium prescriptions are custom-formulated, and lab tests comply with CLIA and FDA requirements.