Who doesn’t love an orgasm? It’s pretty much the best sensational pleasure your body can gift you. Unlike unhealthy ways of feeling good, orgasms are extremely healthy and normal. It’s an all-natural volcanic eruption of “feel good” hormones such as oxytocin, known as the “love hormone,” and dopamine, which is the “pleasure hormone”
An orgasm can be achieved in many ways and can result in various types of climaxes, which we will further explain. But first, let’s talk about what orgasms can do for our physical and mental health. When you orgasm, you’re probably focusing on the immediate pleasure you receive, but orgasms have a lot of other benefits you should be aware of such as:
- Improving your immune system.
- Reducing pain.
- Improving mood.
- Regulating your menstrual cycle.
- Improving heart health.
- Improving your sleep.
- Strengthening your pelvic floor.
- Increasing your libido (the more you get, the more you want).
- Boosting your sexual self-confidence.
- Relieving stress.
Now that you know why you should be climaxing regularly to improve your overall health, let’s talk about the main different types of orgasms that females can achieve and how to achieve them.
Different Types Of Orgasms:
- Vaginal Orgasm (G-Spot)
- Clitorial Orgasm
- Anal Orgasm
Vaginal Orgasm (The G-Spot)
The G-spot orgasm is basically an internal clitorial orgasm because it’s connected to the clitorial network which is the head of pleasure. There are two approximately 4-inch “roots” stemming from the clitoris that reach into the vagina to form a little bumpy-feeling spot called the Grafenberg spot or the G-spot, as it’s more commonly known.
This super sensitive spot is great for pleasure, as it swells during sexual arousal. Many women report that G-spot orgasms are more difficult for them to achieve, but there is no harm in trying! The best way to navigate a G-spot climax is by playing with yourself with either your fingers or a toy. We recommend Love Not War’s LIEBE, that’s specifically designed to target the G-spot with its curved and flexible head. You’ll want to repeatedly press the G-spot with varying pressure. Follow what feels good and see what happens. You may even squirt!
The clitoral orgasm is a go-to for many women looking to climax. Remarkably, but not surprisingly to humans who’ve experienced a clitorial orgasm, the clitoris’s sole purpose is sexual pleasure. The clitoris has approximately 10,000 nerve fibers that you can ignite to receive major satisfaction.
To experience a mind-blowing clitorial orgasm, repetition is your friend. Using your fingers, or your partner’s fingers or tongue, or a toy (we recommend Love Not War’s MEILE) experiment with finding the right pressure and rhythm that grasps your full attention and makes you excited. Playing with the proper repetition for your body’s individual needs is a surefire way to climax.
So, anal is not everyone’s cup of tea, but in the world of pleasure, it’s prominent among many. If you’re curious about anal orgasms or you’re a regular anal climaxer, it’s important to know that an anal orgasm actually stems from the clitoral roots, just like a vaginal orgasm. Again, the clitoris is the leader of female pleasure.
To stimulate your anus, first begin by rubbing the outside of your anus with your fingers or a toy; the Love Not War MAYA is the perfect bullet vibrator for beginners. Or you can have your partner relax your anus by doing that, as well. Lube is your friend with this one so be sure to some on before you play.
With an anal orgasm, it’s important to go slow and gentle to avoid any uncomfortable pain or irritation. When it starts to feel good, that’ll be your cue to ramp it up.
Ready To Experiment?
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