Every couple has its own secrets of reaching orgasm. What makes you feel the real pleasure?
The new research discovered several factors. Even hot lingerie and foreplay cannot outmatch them by their effect on sexual pleasure. Chapman University scientists studied sexual life of 39 000 married couples, who were together for over 3 years.
They discovered that a common “I love you” phrase used during sex can incredibly boost sensuality - by 75% in women and by 74% in men. The second place was taken by sex toys and unusual sex poses.
The research states that only half of the couples consider themselves to be sexually successful and satisfied. Doctor David Frederic, professor of psychology department at Chapman University, who conducted the research, says: “Some of these people read the books or magazines and try to figure out how to make their sex life more versatile.”
Both sex and marriage require all kinds of emotional punches, new energy and experiences. So, if you are not that happy in sex, try something new and tell your partner how you feel about such experiments.