Have you ever thought of the greatest times to have sex, get better orgasms, make love for longer and with some smart scheduling?
Sex experts say timing is important when it comes to sex. You have probably heard that the ideal time of the month to get pregnant is when you’re ovulating, (usually in the middle of your menstrual cycle, between day 11 and 21, depending on the person), but you may not realize that certain times of the day, month and year, are best for other sexual goals.
On SexVille today, we present to you the best times for a more satisfying sex life.
1. For amazing orgasm:
The day you’re most likely to experience a mind-bending orgasm is actually the day before you get your period, according to Laurie Watson, a sex therapist and couples counselor in Raleigh, NC, and author of Wanting Sex Again.
“When blood accumulation makes your uterus heavy, contractions are more perceptible during orgasm, and your labial and clitoral tissue tends to be more sensitive when you retain fluids.
Convince yourself to give sex a shot, even if you’re feeling grouchy and uncomfortable, because it may cheer you right up.”
2. When you want sex to last longer:
It has been revealed that the top time is between Christmas and New Year’s Day, when you and your husband are likely out of the office.
“When you have no work pressures and are spending many hours with your mate, it’s easier to have luxurious, unhurried sex that lasts and lasts.
A slow build-up is key. Flirt with your husband in the morning by whispering in his ear, and then make lots of eye contact with him during meals.”
3. When you want to drive your guy wild:
It is a given that men often wake up with erections, so instead of making him wait all day, set your alarm for 10 minutes earlier on a work day and have a quickie first thing in the morning. You might enjoy it more, too.
As women age, they tend to get more tired at night, so evening sex is less desirable. In other words, you have more energy for a crack-of-dawn romp than a late-night one.
4. You want to relieve pain:
If you can get past the ick factor, making love while you’re on your period can actually reduce uncomfortable cramps.
It may be because an orgasm causes uterine contractions, which ease pain, and your body releases the hormone oxytocin and the neurotransmitter dopamine, which make you feel happy and relaxed.
5. You want to feel confident in bed:
Get it on after you’ve broken a sweat. An extensive sex study found that people who exercise without losing fat or gaining strength or endurance feel just as much body confidence as those who get fitter.
So even if you don’t look different from your workout, you think you do, according to the research. That improved self-esteem could make you freer between the sheets. Maybe you’ll even leave the lights on!
6. When you are too busy.
Schedule a weekend date night when you don’t have a work commitment and are less exhausted. You don’t even have to leave the house! Put on some mellow music, order some food and take a breather together from the hectic week to enjoy each other’s company. Consider asking a friend or relative to take the kids out, the more romantic and relaxed the environment, the more you set the stage for amazing sex. Focus on quality over quantity.
7. When you want to get out of a sexual rut:
The longer you’ve been with your partner, the harder it is to be creative in the bedroom. And the missionary style every Saturday night can get a little boring. To mix things up, set an alarm for 3am, and straddle your spouse in the middle of the night. It is a given he won’t mind being woken up.