Why It’s Taking Longer For Her To Get Sexually Aroused

So she's taking longer to warm up for lovemaking nowadays...

So she’s taking longer to warm up for lovemaking nowadays…

Getting a woman completely ready for lovemaking is a priority if you’re really looking to give her the sexual satisfaction she wants in the bedroom.

Aside from being significantly longer to pull off compared to guys, prepping up a woman for action between the sheets also needs more than just physical stimulation.

However, you’re simply noticing that your partner is taking much longer to get sexually aroused these days. And that’s even when you’re already bringing your best bedroom techniques in play.

There’s no need to worry just yet though. Here are a few possible reasons why your lover isn’t warming up in bed as fast as she used to…

She isn’t getting enough sleep.

I know this sounds rather surprising, but your partner will find it very tricky to get ready for lovemaking if she’s constantly missing out on the right amount of shuteye.

This is because her body will not produce the ideal levels of feel-good hormones that are needed to spark up her interest for a sex session.

Make it a point to remind your lover to have 7 to 8 hours of sleep daily and she’ll be on the right track.

She is overloaded with stress.

Let me get this straight…

Not eliminating stress properly doesn’t just make your partner prone to health issues in the long run. It’s also going to take a toll on her ability to get ready for sex sooner or later.

(Excessive stress can also hurt your performance in bed.)

See, stress basically prevents the body from churning out dopamine, serotonin and oxytocin, the key hormones that set off a woman’s sexual arousal when it accumulates for a very long period of time.

It’s either she won’t really enjoy lovemaking or won’t get ready for sex at all when this happens.

You’re doing the same stuff over and over.

Now while this may sound surprising, the brain is naturally wired to “record” the moves you’re doing during sex.

This is to sort out the sensations that are pleasurable for your lover and those that aren’t. And if you’re doing the same techniques every time you’re at it in bed, chances are her brain will reduce the good sensations that she’ll experience during sex.

You can think of it as somewhat getting immune to the moves you’re doing, even if they’re her favorites.

Keep in mind to mix things up from time to time and you’ll be surprised with how fast your lover will be ready for action in the bedroom.


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