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Flout all the Challenges that Restrict you from having Big O with these Tricks

There are a lot of factors which contribute to mediocre sex sessions. Now you can easily defy all of those factors and achieve the big O each time you have sex.

Snr By Vasudha Bhat / Jul 04, 2014

Secret to the Big O

It has been widely known that women are capable of faking orgasm with sheer brilliance. But, a recent finding showed that men too are really good at it.  
So, does this mean that both the genders are destined to have mediocre sex all their lives? Well, to your relief the answer is no. The secrets to having the big O are no more secret.

Here are some effective tips from experts which will help you to hit the right spots. So, take control of your pleasure button and have a memorable love-making every time you get between the sheets.

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Instruct your Partner

According to Laura Berman, PhD, assistant clinical professor of psychiatry and OB-GYN at the Feinberg School of Medicine at Northwestern University, it is necessary for you to inform your partner about their moves. They must know when they are doing it right and when they are losing track.

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Know your Body

To instruct your partner, you must first know what turns you on. Danielle Cavallucci, a sex coach with sex information company Sexuality Source says "to train your body to be orgasmic, you have to masturbate".

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Practice Kegel Exercise

Sex educator Dorian Solot says "kegels are the classic exercise for women who want to transform feeble orgasms into fabulous ones". You must locate the muscles in your pelvic floor. While you take a leak, stop peeing in the middle and then tone the muscles by pressing them tightly when you are not peeing. Kegels should be practiced few times a day.

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Take Risks

Research has shown that when you indulge in risky activities like adventure sports or watching a horror movie, your juices begin flowing.

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Go Slow

According to Solot, when you delay the pleasure, it builds up the orgasm level. When you feel that you are almost there just slow down a bit and repeat it a few times for an unimaginable explosion of the pleasure hormones.

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Watch Adult Movies Together

Watching adult movies together can build up to a steamy love-making session. Also, reading erotic books can arouse both of you and help you have better orgasm.

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Add Creativity to Foreplay

Foreplay does not necessarily mean that you have to be together physically. You can have a steamy sexting session to warm up for the night.

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Check your Medication

There are chances that your anti-depressants have been interfering with your sex life. If the trouble persists, talk to you doctor about it.

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Visit a Health Care Provider

If orgasm is a far distant thing for you, it is time for you to consult a health care provider. There are chances that nerve damage or a low testosterone level can be the reason.

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Relieve Stress

A recent French study conducted on over 500 women showed that more than 70 per cent women had problems in their sex lives due to work-related stress.

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