19 Mind-Blowing Orgasm Facts You Need To Know

by | Jan 29, 2016 | Sex & Love

Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about your big O: namely, how to have one – or your best one yet! How long does it take to cross the finish line? Which positions make you most likely to climax? And is it really possible to have an orgasm every time? We have the answers to all of your biggest O-related questions – plus everything you need to know to have your best orgasm yet.

There Are Many Ways To Have A Happy Ending

Vaginal orgasms are not your only option. You can also have a clitoral orgasm, a blended orgasm or multiple orgasms. Try them all.

READ MORE: Exactly How To Have Multiple Orgasms, According To Sexperts

Nipplegasms Are Real – Seriously

Giving the girls some love could give you a seriously awesome orgasm – no other stimulation required.

Foreplay Isn’t Optional As Far As Your Orgasm Is Concerned

The more kissing and caressing you do, the more your blood flow increases, which makes you extra-sensitive. It takes 10-20 minutes of stimulation for the average woman to reach her peak – which should be just enough time to try all of these 3 ultra-hot foreplay moves.

Oral Is One Of The Best Ways To Get Off

Most women find it hard to finish from vaginal sex alone since it’s not great at stimulating your super-sensitive clitoris, says sexologist Leanna Wolfe. Oral sex fixes that problem.

…And So Is Masturbation

It’s the easiest way for women to hit the big O (after all, who know what feels good better than you?).

READ MORE: “I Got The Orgasm Shot – And This Is What Happened”

The Average Orgasm Is 20 Seconds Long

During that 20 seconds, you have rhythmic contractions about every 0.08 seconds – and you can make those contractions stronger by doing Kegel exercises off-the-clock.

Exercising Can Get You Off

Kegels aren’t the only exercise that can deliver toe-curling results: Certain abs moves can give you what’s known as a “coregasm”.

You Can Orgasm During Childbirth

File this under odd-but-true: Labour can actually jump-start an orgasm. (We’re guessing this makes for a supremely awkward delivery room.)

You Can Think Your Way To A Happy Ending

In other weird orgasm news, it’s possible to mentally induce an orgasm. “It’s a combination of breathing, fantasy and giving yourself permission to focus on yourself,” says sex therapist Gina Ogden.

Making Noise Make Your Orgasm Better

Turns out, controlling the volume on your sex sounds could be the key to an awesome O. In tantric sex, making high-pitched noises brings sexual energy to your chest, throat and head, while low-pitched noises bring them down to… well, down there. Switch up your sounds for a full-body orgasm.

Most Women Have Faked It

Studies show that 60 percent of women have given an Oscar-worthy performance in bed (but 59 percent of guys think they can spot a faker, interestingly).

Coupled-Up Women Have More Orgasms

Women in relationships tend to climax a higher percentage of the time during sex than women who are just hooking up, according to research. Don’t let the “orgasm gap” hold you back.

Anxiety Can Keep You From Crossing The Finish Line

Super-stressed women have lower levels of physical arousal than women with normal stress levels, according to research. These six tips will help you have great sex – even when you’re on-edge.

Bummer Alert: Some Women Actually Can’t Orgasm

An estimated 10-15 percent of women are anorgasmic, meaning they’re physically unable to cross the finish line.

Some Positions Are More Orgasm-Friendly Than Others

Doggy-style is one of the best O-inducing positions for women. Why? It stimulates the G-spot (an ultra-sensitive spot on the inside of your vaginal wall) and your clitoris.

READ MORE: 11 Things You Can Do During Doggy Style To Make It WAY Better

Orgasms Make You Chatty

Ever wonder why you find yourself opening up after a roll in the hay? Blame oxytocin, a chemical that your brain releases post-climax. Learn more about orgasm-induced chatter (and when you should keep your mouth shut).

Your Nationality Might Affect Your Pleasure

A recent poll of Israeli women showed that 72 percent had crossed the finish line the last time they got busy.

Orgasms Get Better With Age

Women ages 80 to 99 are more sexually satisfied than younger women, according to a study in The American Journal of Medicine.

Simultaneous Orgasms Don’t Just Happen In Movies

As awesome as it is to achieve your own orgasm, nothing beats reaching the big O at the same time as your partner.

Looking for more ways to up your pleasure? Here are 6 incredible sensations that’ll make sex sizzle. 

This article was originally published on www.womenshealthmag.com

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