By eliminating them, you will make orgasm much more frequent!


1. You’re not getting enough clitoral stimulation.

About 70% of women experience orgasm through direct clitoral stimulation rather than vaginal penetration. In the case of masturbation, it is quite easy to fix this, but in sex with a partner, try using special sexual positions or adding sex toys.

2. You get too much clitoral stimulation.

On the other hand, sometimes the clitoris needs a little less attention. With so many nerve endings, it’s easy to overdo the stimulation. In this case, try massaging it more gently or using underwear as an intermediate barrier.

3. You are depressed

One of the side effects of depression can be trouble reaching orgasm, especially if you’re on medication. Serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine are involved in the body’s sexual response, but they are affected by drugs that treat anxiety and depression.


4. You have a hormonal failure

Oral contraceptives change the levels of estrogen, progesterone and testosterone, which affects your libido. As a result, you either do not want to have sex, or you cannot achieve orgasm. In this case, it makes sense to simply switch to another method of contraception.

5. You don’t relax

The bulk of the sexual response begins in the brain. If you are focused on other things instead, there is simply no room for an orgasm! Relax, drive away all thoughts from your head and surrender completely to pleasure.