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Tips To Achieving Multiple Orgasm

by Jekaterina Gussarova August 05, 2022 4 min read

Tips To Achieving Multiple Orgasm

Tips To Achieving Multiple Orgasm

Suppose you have always wished to have multiple orgasms during your sexual endeavors. In that case, you don't need to worry anymore as here are some of the pro tips to achieve multiple orgasms, including performing some Kegels, switching positions, using sex toys, and controlling your breath.

Having only a single orgasm during sexual intercourse may be a tough battle for most ladies. For such women, achieving multiple orgasms may seem fictional. Tracey Cox, a sex expert, said that women could have multiple orgasmsbecause they don't fall to the post-orgasm resolution phase as quickly as a man does. By using the top tips mentioned below, you can also maximize your place and take your sex game a notch higher.

What Are Multiple Orgasms?

Frankly, quite little scientific research has gone into this topic. That's mostly because research on the anatomy of sex, more so the female anatomy, is pretty behind. But thanks to sex experts and the medical community at large, things are changing.

Most people consider orgasms as the peak of sexual excitement. It elicits a powerful feeling of physical pleasure and sensation around the sex anatomy in both men and women, but some, depending on several factors, do experience multiple orgasms.

But what are multiple orgasms? One is said to experience multiple orgasms when they have back-to-back orgasms, often close together. According to some studies, people report having orgasms occurring seconds between each other.

A 2017 study in Finland suggested that 12% of women had achieved multiple orgasms in their latest sexual encounter. Furthermore, a 2018 online survey in the UK involving 1250 women suggested that over 70% of women had experienced multiple orgasms at least once in their lifetime.

Types of Multiple Orgasms

Generally, women can achieve multiple orgasms more easily compared to men. And that's because of the refractory period that follows after an ejaculation. When ejaculating, the parts of the brain that are responsible for sexual stimulation become unresponsive (referred to as the refractory period).

When it comes to female ejaculation, researchers are yet to reach common ground. Some say female ejaculation is urine, while others suggest it is simply a fluid that originates from an organ reminiscent of the male prostate. Hence, there is nothing cast in stone about what female ejaculation is, what causes it, and whether any particular form of stimulation could increase its occurrence.

Unlike in males, female ejaculationis less common. And more often than not, women's ejaculation is independent of whether or not they are having an orgasm. A study conducted by the International Society for Sexual Medicine suggested ejaculation as a direct derivative of the G-spot stimulation. Regardless, there are three main types of multiple orgasms, namely:

Multiple Orgasms

This type of orgasm happens when someone orgasms and their body drops from a highly stimulated to a lowly stimulated state before experiencing a subsequent orgasm. Essentially, multiple orgasms occur when one experiences multiple orgasms occurring minutes apart.

Stacked Orgasms

A stacked orgasm occurs when individuals prevent themselves from climaxing so that they are overwhelmed with a wave of orgasms while ensuring their bodies remain in an orgasmic state longer.

Non-Ejaculatory Multiple Orgasms (NEMO)

NEMO paints an entirely different picture, contrary to the conventional mindset where people equate male orgasms to penile ejaculation. With regards to NEMO, an orgasm is one part of the whole sexual experience that happens seconds before an ejaculation – and it involves an upsurge in your body's neural sensitivity, an increase in breathing rate, and a myriad of sensations emanating from the genitals as well as the pelvic floor muscles.

This type of multiple orgasms takes into account ejaculation. Still, it considers a final step of sexual stimulation accompanied by the release of semen and neurotransmitters that drive your body into the refractory (rest/recovery mode) period.

How to Achieve Multiple Orgasms

That said, let's look at the tips for achieving multiple orgasms.

Performing Some Kegels

This strategy is especially useful for achieving multiple non-ejaculatory orgasms (NEMO). More often than not, men experience accidental multiple orgasms. But thanks to sexologists, you can dedicate some time to strengthening your pelvic floor muscles and be able to invite this type of orgasm. To achieve strong PC muscles, use Kegel exercise routines. You will develop the strength and ability to control ejaculatory and orgasmic reactions during sexual encounters.

Focus on Clitoral Stimulation

Most studies and online surveys suggest that a bigger percentage of females require clitoral stimulation to achieve multiple orgasms.

Pay Attention to Your Breath

Sex experts have dedicated large portions of research to the importance of breathing during sex. And in that regard, they assert that deep diaphragm breathing is essential to mitigate ejaculation. When you feel you are getting as close to ejaculation as possible, you can control it if you master how to slow down your breaths and heart rate.

Grasp the Art of Masturbation

Most females learn how to climax from masturbation. First off, masturbation, as opposed to partner sex, provides a direct loop of feedback to one's sexual responses. Besides, you wouldn't have to worry about someone else. All you have to do is stimulate yourself from the nipples to the clitoris and labia until you achieve a certain level of arousal. You can attempt penetration and control how fast or slow you can orgasm. This way, it is easy to suppress ejaculation when you can.

Take Things Slow to Have Sex for Longer

Instead of rushing things, approaching sex with a relaxed attitude could enhance your likelihood of experiencing multiple orgasms. Studies suggest that sexual encounters that last for 15 minutes or more have high chances of multiple orgasms.

Change Positions

If you have trouble mitigating ejaculation, switching positions between the sheets could be useful in controlling your erection or ejaculation. Sex therapistssuggest that you switch positions to hang in there a little longer and position yourself to pull out before ejaculating.

Incorporate Sex Toys in Your Sexual Encounters

For clitoral, anal, and prostate sexual play, you can take advantage of sex toys to reach places you otherwise wouldn't. To make it more interesting, you can put the toy in lukewarm to warm it before moving it around until you find the sensual spots.

Jekaterina Gussarova
Jekaterina Gussarova


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