Your breath is an essential aspect of your orgasm. As discussed in my pelvic floor essay , your muscles tense up around your sexual climax and then release. While a certain amount of tension is necessary to experience an orgasm, relaxing these muscles brings a whole new sensation. Have you ever felt sinus pressure, ringing in your ears, or just general pressure in your head after an orgasm? I sure have. This phenomenon occurs when you hold your breath and tense your muscles to experience an orgasm.
This Simple Breathing Trick Can Give You Better Orgasms
Tantric Breathing Techniques For Sex When You’re Looking To Spice Things Up
Deep breathing seems simple enough, but mastering the art of inhales and exhales could in fact be the key to an amazing orgasm. Deep breathing is amazing. In fact, if everything we've heard is true, breathing exercises can help you look younger , reduce stress, and boost energy. And according to our experts, it can make your sex life better too. In part, that's because of the technique's aforementioned ability to slash stress.
As many enterprising people with clitorises know, there are various things you can try to have a better orgasm—and twice as many that will get in the way of it happening at all. Even if you're a pro at the O, experts say you might be hampering your climaxes without realizing it. To determine whether you fall into that camp, mentally transport yourself to those moments when you realize, oh yes, you're about to orgasm , there's absolutely no going back. Now, focus on what your breathing is usually like when you're right on the brink.
You do both all day long without even thinking about it. But did you know that simply paying attention to how you breathe between the sheets could be the difference between so-so and sensational sex? Give these Tantric sex—inspired breathing techniques a spin to feel more tuned in—and turned on—when it counts. Most women breathe rapidly and shallowly during love-making, and then hold their breath during an orgasm.