Yoga Poses for Better Sex - Yoga Poses That Improve Sex. Has your love life gone from sizzle to fizzle?
You don’t have to memorize the Kama Sutra to spice things up between the sheets. In fact, it’s the positions you assume outside the bedroom that could really heat things up. According to research in The Journal of Sexual Medicine, sexually dissatisfied women who took up yoga and practiced mindfulness techniques reported higher levels of arousal and desire, and better orgasms. To reap similar benefits, perform the 10 poses below at least three times a week, spending a minute or so in each position. If this is your first time practicing yoga, don’t worry; we’ve linked each pose to a video tutorial so you can learn them at your own pace. Wide-Legged Straddle Pose (Upavistha Konasana) “This move is good for low libido,” says yoga instructor Kate Hanley, author of The Anywhere, Anytime Chill Guide.
Shoulder Stand (Salamba Sarvangasana) Sagging skin isn’t the only effect of the Earth’s downward pull. Child’s Pose (Balasana) Eagle Pose (Garudasana) 5 Myths of Anal Sex Uncovered. Hilda Hutcherson, M.D. is the author of What Your Mother Never Told You about Sex Of all sexual acts, anal sex is the most misunderstood.
Despite the fact that one out of every four women has engaged in anal sex, the practice remains taboo. Many women are reluctant to experiment with anal sex because of the many myths and misconceptions that surround the practice. But once you learn the right techniques, it's easy to see why anal sex can be so enjoyable. The anus contains a vast supply of nerves, and is one of our most sensitive erogenous zones. 1.
Early in our childhood, we are taught that the anus is dirty and should not be touched. With routine daily hygiene, the anus is as clean as other parts of your body. 2. Anal sex should not be painful. The keys to pleasurable anal sex are relaxation, lubrication and education. 3. Many women fear that anal sex will cause hemorrhoids, fissures or tears. 4. Anal sex has been an accepted sexual practice for centuries. 5. Know your anatomy. You're not doing it right: how to tell if she's faking an orgasm. We’re sure you’ve been led to believe you’re a god in the sack, but let’s get real here.
Only 25 percent of women consistently orgasm during sex, and according to a recent study published in the “Archive of Sexual Behavior” 80 percent of women fake orgasm. So sorry buddy, you’re probably doing it wrong. While you can’t make ’em stop, you can cut down on the theatrics by paying attention to these signs and proving to your girl there’s no reason to lie. Eyes What’s happening: She’s staring you down.
What’s really happening: You’ve got her unbridled attention, you stud you. How to fix it: Pull out a blindfold to spice things up. Vagina What’s happening: She’s screaming, “Yeah daddy faster faster,” but you’re just ramming it in, holding on for dear life. What’s really happening: She wants you to hurry up. How to fix it: You wouldn’t use only one brush to paint a masterpiece; why are you only using your tool to get your girl off? Body What’s really happening: She’s overcompensating. Mouth Heart. Signs of Sexual Attraction. When we fancy someone our body sends out signals that tell the other person we’re interested in them.
You read them subconsciously and get that warm feeling. The Attraction Sequence you look into each other’s eyes a bit longer than normal.preening… she tilts her head and smoothes her thighs. He pulls his stomach in and smoothes an eyebrow. Both of you move into each other’s personal space – less that three feet apart.flirting… you both chat, gently tease each other and laugh. Green Light – How You Know it’s Working Men are direct and factual, they use teasing and sarcasm to show affection. his pupils widen and his eyes shine.he holds his head high and touches his face near his eyes.he might loosen his tie or roll up his sleeves. Women are touchy feely, they spend a lot of time flirting and send out a massive amount sexual signals. Red Light – When it’s Just Not Working It’s just as important to recognise that you don’t click so you can move on to someone else.