By Stephen Matthews For Mailonline. But new research proves the opposite. Seven in 10 women are able to climax numerous times with their partner. In fact, hitting the big 'O' more than once during a steamy session is common in most relationships, a study shows.
Female ejaculation: What is it, is it real, and are there any benefits?
But they exist, and with a little awareness and attention, you can get the Os you deserve, from the fireworks-on-display kind to the calm oh-my-gods. When you find yourself missing out on the Big O, there are three likely culprits: expectations, communication, and method. And alongside all of that, experimenting is required. The clitoris is a small organ with a lot of nerve endings that peeks out from the tiptop of the vulva, is often covered by a hood, and extends down the inside of the labia. The best way to stimulate the clitoris is by gently rubbing with the fingers, palm, or tongue in a back and forth or circular motion. Instead of a penis, try fingers or a sex toy. Anal orgasms are much more common in men because of the prostate, but can also be achieved simply by rubbing the outside of the anal opening as well as stimulating the inside of the anus with a finger.
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Whether experiencing one by yourself or with a partner, reaching climax has some significant benefits besides giving you a deliciously tingly feeling. By getting a release of endorphins on a regular basis, you could improve your physical and mental health, as well as form a closer bond with yourself or your partner. These chemicals work together to make you feel relaxed, which in turn could help you drift off at night and have a deeper sleep. This hormone helps to enhance the REM cycle, meaning that a deeper sleep is more likely. You have oxytocin to thank for this one, too.