Ohhh… the way you
Our sex life is the most intimate thing we have and this also makes us very vulnerable when something doesn’t go our way.
Once again, our pelvic floor makes a significant contribution to our well-being. The fitter the better.
Fitter pelvic floor for beautiful bedtime stories
Where do beautiful bedtime stories begin?
The secret is in you and inside is how you feel your orgasm. The landscape of research on the female orgasm is still ongoing, but one thing has become clear:
The female orgasm, compared to the male orgasm, is very complex and depends on numerous factors. So say goodbye to the “one” orgasm, as well as the G-spot that doesn’t exist and other “wisdom” and focus on your own sensation.
The health of your pelvic floor directly affects your orgasm.
Quite simply, during orgasm, there are contractions of the uterus and the pelvic floor. If they work together, then good blood circulation is guaranteed. This, in turn, supports local awareness as well as all the physiological reactions necessary for orgasm. A very technical approach to the fireworks we get to experience, right?
Approach yourself, listen to your inner voice, and allow your feelings to come through.. Feel free to seek advice from your girlfriends, talk openly with your partner about your feelings, and don’t hesitate to seek professional help. Only in this way can you think freely again: just bring on the orgasm.
There are probably as many forms of orgasm as there are women. In order to be able to experience it, numerous processes take place in our body.
During orgasm, the brain develops as much brain activity as during a neurological seizure including increased oxygen and nutrients. Stress, organ position, pelvic floor weakness, tension, scars and hormones are sometimes involved in the “orgasmic capacity”.
What is the clitoris?
The clitoris is a cavernous body and is largely responsible for our orgasm. It forms the vulva with the urethra, the vaginal vestibule and the labia majora and minor. Its shape is reminiscent of a swan.
It is a cavernous body consisting of two legs that join at the front of the vulva. A small part of the clitoris, known as the clitoris, is visible from the outside.
You and your orgasm
Pilates, Yoga, Meditation, Fitness… Many things influence our orgasm in some way. Nothing is worth more than a healthy pelvic floor.
When the pelvic floor is weak strengthening exercises increase your sexual awareness. However, if you have tension, then get treatment from professional therapists. They can also give you an initial medical history.