6. TWIST ‘N’ SHOUT
“The key is to link your fantasy – whether it be you and Idris Elba or you with a woman – to your orgasm,” explains Quilliam. “Every time you climax, think about your fantasy. The more you do this the stronger the link, until you orgasm via the fantasy alone.”
Scientists have discovered that massaging your nipples activates the same part of the brain as stimulating your clitoris, creating a nerve-tingling link between the two.
“Touch your nipples until you find a technique you enjoy, then get your man involved,” says Quilliam. “Take it slowly, making the link between how it feels upstairs and downstairs. The more you do it, the more intense it will become.” mouth with your tongues. Wow! Dr Flanagan says, “If you can’t orgasm, first rule out any physical problems such as STIs or gynaecological issues by paying your GP a visit. Your orgasms can also be affected by stress, depression, anxiety, medication and alcohol. If you’ve ruled out all of those and you’re still not able to climax, give masturbation another go. Orgasms aren’t only physical – they’re psychological and emotional as well. Trust issues can stop you being fully relaxed and able to climax, so go back to basics with your partner. Give each other physical stimulation without touching each other `down below’ and enjoy how it feels rather than focusing on the end result. Sex isn’t all about achieving the Big `O’. the key is to have fun and be safe!”