Sex and relationships educator and author Tracey Cox wades into the great orgasm debate and offers her climax tips. The female orgasm continues to be under intense scrutiny and the subject of extensive scientific interest. Experts endlessly puzzle over the myriad of ways women can orgasm, and the potential obstacles that could be preventing them for hitting the big O. Having trouble hitting the high notes? During intercourse — with no clitoral stimulation going on at all — around half of all heterosexual women orgasm sometimes and only 30 per cent orgasm regularly.
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Achieving consistent, mind-blowing orgasms is kind of like winning the lottery. Sounds amazing, but basically a pipe dream, right? Not necessary: There are little tricks that can help you learn how to have a better orgasm. Yes, more frequently, too. Hell, it might even improve your relationship.
Real Women Share 9 Tips For How to Give Them an Orgasm
Some facts of life are sad but true, and one of these facts is that climaxing for many women is anything but easy. Anyone who deals with anxiety can tell you that it often causes intrusive thoughts and an extremely busy mind, and this can often lead to an inability to orgasm. According to Dr. Grant Hilary Brenner, a recent survey showed that whopping 58 percent of women attribute their inability to orgasm to their anxiety. And because of the complex nature of anxiety, it's impacted by other factors that can be heightened during sex.
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