Want to improve your sex life? When it comes to sex, you might be wondering if there are tips and tricks girls want to share, but don’t. Don’t worry, you are at right place here! Here is a guide to great sex and six tips for men.
From the moment foreplay begins to falling asleep in your sweaty tangled sheets, these simple sex ideas and techniques could help both you and your lover enjoy better sex.
When it comes to foreplay, the key “triggers” for people can seem very different. For example, if you ask your partner if he wants to have sex and he quickly says no, you could be asking the right question with the wrong words or body language.
Foreplay is all about the emotion and wanting. It’s important to show that you don’t just want to have sex, but that you want to have sex with your partner, specifically.
Keep Your Head in the Game During Sex
It turns out meditation isn’t reserved for just your yoga mat—it has a place in the bedroom too. Guys want you to stay focused so everyone can have the most pleasurable experience: just like you’d bring your mind back if it strays during a meditation class, the same applies here. “It’s not just about having your head and body in the same place, though—it’s about being able to bring your head or thoughts back to your bodily sensations when your mind invariably wanders (as all minds do, even during sex). Also Read: 9 Top Reasons To Have More Sex & Making It A Priority
Switch it up
One of the best things you can do if you feel you are getting to the end too soon is to switch things up – alter your speed, change positions, go for a kiss or try a bit of teasing.
A little foreplay can go a long way. Instead of jumping right to penetration, explore each other’s bodies a bit more.
Don’t be afraid to change things up and get creative. However, don’t get too creative – ask your partner first what she likes.
Keep the changes subtle, such as turning over positions, wandering touches, or holding place and focusing on a kiss. Also Read: Top 12 Sex Mistakes Women Make in Bed, According To Men
Use touch even without sex
Even when you’re not having sex, you can still improve your sex life by using touch in an intimate, but not sexual, way. “Touching is important, but doesn’t always mean sex. It is important to be intimate with your mate by touching her with love and affection on a daily basis. Kiss daily, and don’t be afraid to allow her to reciprocate.
Healthy sex “don’ts”
During the act
Sometimes the most important don’ts when it comes to sex are the simplest to say and the most difficult to grasp. But biology and time-tested knowledge make most of these actions major don’ts when it comes to sex:
Rushing through it or acting like it’s a chore. This is especially true if you’re in the driver’s seat giving your partner oral sex or other stimulation. Sex is about enjoyment and taking time. Also Read: Tips, Remedies, Do’s & Don’ts To Tighten Your Vagina Naturally
Expecting gratitude or reciprocation. While a lot of times you can expect to give and receive, demanding it is quite a different thing. You shouldn’t expect applause every time you engage in foreplay (even if you didn’t want to or did an especially great job). Do things in the bedroom because you want to, not because you have to or because you expect a lot of thanks.
Other important don’ts to know
A major don’t for sex is focusing on the end result and not on the journey. Other don’ts to know include:
Engaging in rough sex or play without talking to your partner. Safe words that can indicate when you’ve gone too far exist for a reason. Establish one if the line is crossed between pleasure and pain.
Letting distractions in. No texting, phone answering, or stopping to check the score of a game.
Calling your partner by another name. This one speaks for itself.
Staying completely silent. From moans to words of encouragement, letting your partner know you’re into it can go a long way. Also Read: Top 10 Mistakes Men Make in Bed Acc To Women & How To Avoid Them
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