LELO How-to: Have Multiple Orgasms
February 21, 2013
It’s true that too much of a good thing can be bad for us, but when it comes to orgasms, we believe that the sky is the limit. And given people within the medical community claim that at least 200 orgasms a year is good for your health, there’s no reason not to at least try having one, two, three or even fourgasms!
Slow Down & Get Comfortable
One of the secrets to achieving orgasms in general, let alone a number of them in one session, is your comfort. Make sure your immediate surroundings are optimal for orgasms – and if that means simply tidying up, then by all means do it.
Once everything’s in place, take your time to tease yourself to the point that you’ve GOT TO have sex. Build that intensity, getting right to the point of climax and then stop. Do this once or twice to heighten the intensity while preparing your body for multiple pleasures.
Change Your Mind
Think plurally, and enter the intimate encounter with a positive outlook that is open to having more than one orgasm. This healthy mindset will get you tuned in to a mind-body connection that keeps you switched on mentally and sexually after your first climax, and ready for more.
Clear Your Mind
Now that you’re thinking about more than one orgasm – stop thinking about it! Avoid going into your lovemaking session with a goal-oriented mindset; forget about your O and just focus on what feels good – more often than not, the rest will follow.
Vary the Technique, Not the Focus
You know how you take your pleasure, and whether G-spot stimulation or clitoral massage is what gets you off, go with what you know.
After your first orgasm is achieved though, switch up the method, but not the focus area. For instance, if you just climaxed via clitoral stimulation, continue that kind of massage, but change sexual positions or the massage stroke and pressure you just climaxed with.
As with everything sex related, however, communication is key for this tip.
Make sure you’re in tip-top shape down there by keeping your Kegels tight and toned, because when you break it down, your orgasm is actually an intense contraction of your pelvic floor muscles.
Keeping them strong will increase blood flow to your nether areas and make repeated muscle contractions possible, so get started on your personal pelvic fitness routine.
We’ll give our final piece of advice in the form of a well-known nursery rhyme about searching for multiple O’s;
*We just made that up.