Valentine’s Day is comin’ up quick, so you might be looking for some extra ways to boost the romance in your relationship. And even if you’re not February 14th’s biggest fan, we bet you wouldn’t mind having some great sex.
By increasing blood flow to your reproductive organs and brain, your ability to orgasm and the actual intensity is improved. Osteopathy can help to intensify or bring back your orgasm by releasing tensions in and around the pelvic anatomy and the spine by using a variety of osteopathic techniques to increase joint mobility, improve spinal and soft tissue health, and improve circulation.
Research shows that approximately 40 per cent of women and 30 per cent of men report sexual dysfunction. Painful intercourse and inadequate (or absence of) orgasms are among the most common complaints of women who report sexual dysfunction. Myofascial restrictions and trigger points in the pelvic floor muscles and surrounding area can cause pain and also affect orgasmic capability and overall sexual response. Also, as women age, especially after menopause, blood flow to the clitoris and G-spot can be decreased, making it harder to orgasm.
The right exercises can also help you to achieve positions that can make sex more pleasurable. Having increased muscle and joint flexibility definitely helps in assuming those pleasurable positions. Opening your hips in particular gives you a wider range of motion in your nether regions, allowing for more direct stimulation in just the right spots. After all, one micro-movement in missionary is sometimes all it takes to ring the bell.
Any regular exercise routine will make you healthier, and everyone knows that better health equals better sex. These moves in particular not only help improve hip mobility and increase blood flow to the clitoris and g-sport, they also improve sex drive in women.
An added bonus: some of these poses actually double as positions!
Watch the full segment and learn how to do the poses here: