Everybody wants to have better orgasms, longer orgasms, faster orgasms, more intense orgasms, g-spot vs. clitoral orgasms (the list could go on). But what it all boils down to is trying to get more of the orgasms that count instead of just any count. Being able to get your partner (or yourself) to climax over and over again has become a standard qualifier for good sex versus bad sex.
According to experiments conducted by Masters and Johnson, women could achieve “five or six orgasms in as many minutes, while men had to leave the field for a ‘refractory’ period of an hour” after every sexual encounter. This was groundbreaking. It meant that women could be just as sexually voracious (if not more) as men. So yes, we can all really enjoy sex… multiple times!
After having an orgasm, everyone goes through a refractory period, in which your body stops being sexually excited and returns to its normal, unaroused state.
For men, this resolution also contains a refractory period in which you physically can’t become aroused, even if your genitals are touched. The refractory period is different for each person and can range from a few minutes to a few days.
In order to help “get your count up” we have created a few tips. These suggestions have helped people achieve multiple orgasms in a single session.
I. Believe that you can
Building arousal and experiencing multiple orgasms in one go round is not just about physical technique, emotions play a big part too. The first step is setting your thoughts and emotions straight. Becoming a multiorgasmic man or woman begins and ends with a mindset more than anything.
It’s as easy as believing it’s possible for you personally to climax more than once. Not just that, believe that you are worthy and deserve multiple orgasms too. Next is learning how to relax: Deeper orgasms are all about a very intense state of release, so you have to be willing to dive into the unknown and “learn to let go” experts say. Once your attitude starts to shift, two or more orgasms may well become your new normal.
II. Spend Time on Certain Areas
Remember, this is not a race! Studies conducted by OMGYES, a website dedicated to providing useful visuals for sexual exploration, found that many women have experienced multiple orgasms by changing it up and treating their bodies like “new bodies” after the first orgasm. When something is “new” you take time to discover it and explore it. The same should be with your bodies, even if