Know how to stimulate all your partner’s senses during sex
Do you want to stimulate their senses? Here are few techniques to get you started.
Understanding how to arouse your partner's senses while having sex can be great fun. Our senses enable us to have an increased level of awesome sex.
However, when our senses are alerted, our bodies respond proportionately. So, in order to satisfy our partners sexually and also boost the level of knowledge we serve to our brain, we need to focus on these five sensory organs.
1. The sound
You should make a playlist that reflects the kind of sex you want. Do you want a sweet, soft, and romantic, or do you want wild, erotic, sensual, throbbing bass? If you don’t want music, stimulate your partner aurally with sighs, whispers, and dirty talks.
2. The smell
Essential oils or scented candles will help create the vibe, and you can find nearly every scent imaginable. Some are lemon grass, strawberry and white cotton and you can also experiment to find your perfect blend.
3. The taste
Soothe his or her appetite with finger foods they can nibble from your hands or that you can nibble off their body. Chocolates are a classic erotic treat, as are the juiciest of fruits, but if you want something that can tempt their tongue and is safe for sex.
4. The touch
Sexual, erotic massage can both relax and stimulate, but also experiment with different kinds of sensations. Try things like massaging their scalp or scratching their back, or playing with their erogenous zones.
5. The sight
Moderate lighting can set a romantic tone, so change the bright bulbs for a more romantic, soft pink colour, or use scented candles. You should also consider including more passionate colours in the bedroom to create a sensual environment.
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From the flushed skin, the calmness to the racing heartbeat, sex changes the people involved for at least few minutes. It doesn't really matter knowing about the changes if you are happy with sex life.
However, having a tiny knowledge of what happens within can help especially when something seems a bit off. It'sno doubt that there are so many organs and systems involved in sexual function from the inklings of desire to an orgasmic climax and beyond, so it's not just all about hormones. Below are some hot things that happen to your body when you hit the sheets.
1. The brain chemicals and hormones do their thing
Having sex starts in the brain. The brain doesn't produce estrogen or testosterone, receptors for those important hormones are activated in the brain, while women's excitement stage is above the shoulders, versus below the waist for men. However, as sexual desire rises, adrenaline starts pumping, as do all three sex hormones, the estrogen that accounts for …