4 reasons super slow sex is good for you

4 reasons super slow sex is good for you
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Enjoying slow and intimate sex takes the pressure off everything else. All your problems seem to fade away when the sex is patient and exhaustive.


Having slow sex is the secret to better sex, a deeply romantic way to connect with your partner. Some women secretly want their partners to slow things down when they are hitting the sheets.


On the average, women take ten to twenty minutes to become aroused enough to climax, depending on the method and on the individual woman.


Rushing things leaves them unsatisfied, causing chaos in the relationship.


 




  • It is super intimate




The goal of slow sex is to bring you closer. Sit comfortably facing each other and focus an intense gaze into your partner’s eye. Most of us are right handed, so you’d gaze into his left eye. It’s ok to blink, and you can even try a smile.


Don’t be surprised if this is a little awkwardness or even discomfort at first; we’re not used to gazing deeply into another’s eyes.


 




  • It helps to think outside the box




The rush to get sex done and over with stifles variety in styles and positions, creating monotony especially if the both of you have been together for a while.


Spending more time on sex thus lets you explore and experiment, trying new positions and techniques.


 




  • Couple are sexually satisfied




Enjoying slow and intimate sex takes the pressure off everything else. All your problems seem to fade away when the sex is patient and exhaustive. You get ample time to snuggle up and cuddle each other before engaging in the main event.


In the process, the brain releases mood-boosting and stress-reducing chemicals, which sparks an intense post-sex glow.


 




  • Multiple orgasms are achieved




Being leisurely during sex makes the couple relax and this makes their skin assume a hypersensitivity to touch. The long buildup means the orgasms can be extra-intense, coming in strong eruptions and lasting ripples.