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Sex therapy tips for increasing orgasms

The big O can seem really big and unattainable for some people. It is possible to increase your chances of reaching climax through some simple sex therapy tips.


Get to know your body


If you don’t know your body and what feels good, you’re probably unlikely to find the right pathway to reach orgasm. Often sex therapists find a big correlation between clients that don’t experience orgasm, aka anorgasmia, and those that don’t know their sexual body well, or are fearful to explore it. Sex therapy can support you to better understand your body processes so that you can give yourself the pleasure you deserve.


Take your time


For vulva/vagina owners, the sexual arousal process can take 20 – 40 minutes of enjoyable pleasure for your body to be actually ready to progress to a climax stage. Often couples don’t spend enough time on foreplay (and that may be things inside or outside the bedroom). Increasing the time you spend in a pleasure state, increases your chance at reaching orgasmic potential.


Harness your mind


It’s often said in sex therapy that your biggest sex organ is your mind. Your thoughts/feelings/beliefs really shape how you behave and your experience of sex. Having greater control over our thoughts, stressors, experiences, beliefs, allows us to free the pathway to pleasure, and focus on what feels good. Sex therapy can support you to overcome mental barriers to sexual pleasure and experience.


If you’re struggling to reach orgasm, and want to explore your sexual potential, sex therapy is a wonderful option to do this. You don’t have to live with painful or unpleasurable sex. You can enjoy sex and find the joy in orgasmic release.


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