Hot Orgasm - How to Experience Blissful Moments in Bed

You can increase your orgasm odds and experience blissful moments in bed if you understand that having a hot orgasm is a learned technique. Research shows that the more you bring yourself to climax by any means, the better you become at it and the more your sex drive intensifies. Regular orgasms help you become aroused more easily, and enhance your sexual self-esteem and satisfaction.

What is an Orgasm?

Call them clitoral, G-spot, blended, sequential, oral, anal, multiple, or whatever else you like, all orgasms come anatomically from the same place. In other words, there is only one physical type of orgasm for both men and women, which is simply our body releasing blood back into the bloodstream after it has been pumped to pressure point to an aroused area. You may get to that point through various means, including manual stimulation, oral sex, using a vibrator, anal play, or even indulging in erotic daydreaming, but the technicalities basically remain the same. That does not mean the feelings registered in the brain are identical. In fact, some orgasms are barely more than a feeble few pulses, while others are forceful enough to leave you weak in the knees.

What makes for explosive orgasms? A powerful cocktail of desire, passion, timing, experience, skill, patience, chemistry - and yes, love. The more of these factors come into play, the better the results.

How to Create a Hot Orgasm

Creating exquisite orgasms is all about hitting the right nerves. There are two genital nerves that enclose the pelvic floor muscles giving two types of erotic feeling. The first is a sharp spasm that happens when the clitoris or base of the penis is erect and stimulated. The second is a warm, melting sensation that occurs when the inside of the vagina or the shaft of the penis is excited to orgasmic peaks. A blended orgasm happens when you experience both types during a single love-making session and it can last a long time - sometimes as long as an hour.

It is unnecessary to put enormous pressure on yourselves as a couple to have simultaneous orgasms. Think of an orgasm as a reflex, just like a sneeze. Trying to have an orgasm at exactly the same time is a bit like trying to sneeze simultaneously. It is not impossible, but your time is better spent celebrating the quality of individual orgasms rather than focus on the timing.

In the end, creating a hot orgasm is like any other exercise. The more you do it, the better you become at it and the more enjoyable it becomes - the chemicals in your brain assure this. The more frequently you have sex, the more the chemical communication between brain cells accelerate and intensify due to the impulses moving on a well-beaten course. The prize is more orgasms with less effort. This is especially important in the case of women, as sexual abstinence causes what is known as 'vaginal atrophy'. This refers to a drying and closing-up of the vagina to the point where penetration becomes close to impossible. Women who continue to be sexually active - either through solo sex or with a partner - clock in more orgasms.

When it comes to having a hot orgasm, practice really does make perfect.


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