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7 REASONS TO STIMULATE YOUR CLIT IN THE SHOWER OR BATH

7 REASONS TO STIMULATE YOUR CLIT IN THE SHOWER OR BATH

How does sex pleasure feel on self-stimulation? How can an individual stimulate their clit in the shower or bathroom? What are some of the benefits of stimulating clit in the bathroom? This article explains some reasons to stimulate your clit in the shower or bathroom.

You have probably heard before that the best time to stimulate your clit is while you are on the commode, and while that's true, there are even more benefits of doing so in the shower or bath. Contrary to what most people are used to, masturbating in the shower offers a fresh experience rather than the usual bedroom experience. Try it out yourself; try this refreshing experience and explore more about yourself. Whether you are looking to get off quickly or want to add another pleasurable part of your day, these reasons to stimulate your clit in the shower or bath will have you masturbating in no time.

If you are not stimulating your clit, you should be

Dewinter et al. (2016) explained that masturbation is one of the most common experiences of our lives as we grow up. From that moment when you first learned to touch your sensitive areas and felt a very strong sensation that ran down your spine, you became obsessed with feeling good. Stimulating yourself is very important in a healthy lifestyle, both physically and sexually. Stimulating yourself will help you find new sensations that will help make your sexual experiences better. It does not only help keep off some illnesses, but it can also help improve your sexual experience with your lover. If you have been denying yourself the pleasure of stimulating yourself in the shower or wherever and whenever is appropriate, then you should start. Many people don't know that you can turn your normal bathroom experience into a fun little session of stimulating your most sensitive parts. You should embrace that exploring spirit inside you and try out stimulating yourself in the shower; here are just a few benefits.

It feels good

Just because it feels good is a reason enough for you to stimulate yourself in the shower. If you love yourself and give yourself the best, you should try it out. The experience will have you wondering why you have never tried it again before, and the smooth water will gently trickle down your skin as you enjoy an out-of-this-world sensation that you had not felt before. Riggs & Bartholomaeus (2018) explained that touching your most sensitive areas as you enjoy warm water will have you curling your toes as you enjoy the good feeling of stimulating yourself. You can take the notch higher by taking one of your favorite waterproof toys to spice up things more. These easily available waterproof sex toys will give you the stimulation you need to kick start your day; you will feel good the whole day, whether at work or just at home. It's easy to stimulate your clit in a bath or shower is way easier than doing so when you are dry. When you do it out of the shower, you have to make sure that everything else around you is done first so that no one walks into your room while doing what needs to be done. However, when bathing, all those fears go away since there's no chance of anyone walking into your bathroom while you get yourself off. All those worries about being caught are gone and replaced with a new worry; running out of hot water.

Self-pleasure is not selfish.

Masturbation is a normal part of our sexual experience and has varied benefits that you should not miss out on. Although you have a partner, Stimulating yourself a little is not selfish; you can still enjoy stimulating yourself while still having a healthy relationship with your partner. Tokhi et al. (2018) stated that, better yet, it might help you improve your sexual experiences with your partner now that you know where your most sensitive points are located. Because your partner cares about your sexual pleasure, you can even advise them on how you want it to be for a more intense sexual pleasure. Whether they love watching while you give yourself pleasure or join in the act, self-pleasure can be helpful to both you and your partner. We all long for some solo action sometimes too. You're taking care of your body: Stimulating yourself sexually helps release endorphins into your system, which helps promote positive moods. Masturbation also helps decrease anxiety and depression because when we orgasm, we release serotonin which causes us to feel happy. Sex also boosts our immune system, which allows us to fight off infections more easily.

Cleansing yourself is part of it.

Flushing the shower head on your skin as you rub your body with soap and water is part of cleaning yourself. Hadrawi (2016) stated that it can also give you amazing sensations, as you feel the water drop on your clit or penis head will give you a special kind of stimulation. So as you enjoy a good cleaning session, you also get to enjoy a great solo sensation that will have you enjoying your cleaning session more. Vary the pressure of the water to whatever suits you most and enjoy each sensation as the water droplets fall on your skin.

The clitoris is super sensitive.

The clit is one of the most sensitive areas on a woman’s body. Abdulcadir et al. (2015), some women have an orgasm when the clit is stimulated properly; this sensitive area is the key to a mind-blowing sensation. If you love the tingling sensation that runs down your spine when you are nearly having an orgasm, you will enjoy stimulating your clit. A simple touch of this sensitive area will send electric shocks all over your body, turning you on for a wonderful solo session.

Pleasurable baths have a calming effect.

Everybody loves a warm, calming bath after a long day at work. It is a great way to reflect on your day and is the best reward you can give to yourself, a good stimulation that will leave you happier than when you entered. The warm water will help ease the tension that you might sometimes experience when with your lover or alone in other places; this will help you feel a much more intense stimulation as you will be able to focus on the stimulation. Who knows, you might even get to experience that mind-blowing orgasm that is sometimes hard to experience due to the normal tension. Coldwater increases stimulation due to increased blood circulation in your body. Coldwater increases endorphins- the body's hormones for relieving pain, to give you a calm, heightened sensation that will have you wanting more and more. 

The shower is one of the best places for self-pleasure.

The shower is one of the most comfortable areas. Just being alone with no worry about interruption will help you enjoy the solo time. Do not just sing in the shower the next time you are there, you can use the chance to explore new ways to give yourself pleasure with a new and intense style that an individual can try out in the shower. Whether you intend to share your new skills with your partner or alone, the time alone in the shower will help you find more ways to enjoy your sexual experiences. The head from a shower feels like an extension of your hand as it caresses every inch of your naked flesh. It's also much easier to adjust than using your hand, which means you can get exactly what feels good for them.

Conclusions 

The next time you enter the shower, remember to lift your mood by gently stimulating your clit. You can spice things up even more with a sex toy or the showerhead. It is an experience that is worth trying out yourself; you will love your stay in the bathroom even more. 

References

Abdulcadir, J., Rodriguez, M. I., & Say, L. (2015). A systematic review of the evidence on clitoral reconstruction after female genital mutilation/cutting. International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics129(2), 93-97.

Dewinter, J., Vermeiren, R. R. J. M., Vanwesenbeeck, I., & Van Nieuwenhuizen, C. (2016). Adolescent boys with autism spectrum disorder growing up: follow-up of self-reported sexual experience. European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry25(9), 969-978.

Hadrawi, M. (2016). NARRATIVES OF SEXUALITY IN BUGIS AND MAKASAR MANUSCRIPTS. International Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies12.

Riggs, D. W., & Bartholomaeus, C. (2018). Transgender young people’s narratives of intimacy and sexual health: implications for sexuality education. Sex Education18(4), 376-390.

Tokhi, M., Comrie-Thomson, L., Davis, J., Portela, A., Chersich, M., & Luchters, S. (2018). Involving men to improve maternal and newborn health: a systematic review of the effectiveness of interventions. PloS one13(1), e0191620.

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