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Breathe in to Better SEX; and Elevate Your Sexual Experience with these Two Simple Breath Exercises.

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Breathe in to Better SEX; and Elevate Your Sexual Experience with these Two Simple Breath Exercises.

Did you know that one of the easiest things we do daily can have a great impact on how we orgasm and improve the way we experience SEX?

Our breath is the gateway to reach a more pleasurable and intense connection with ourselves and our partner in the bedroom. When we breathe better, we feel better.

Conscious controlled and focused breathing is when we are aware of the rate, rhythm, and depth of our breath. When we practice this type of breathing we become less stressed and we are able to feel and control better the sensations in our bodies, enriching the sensations. Mentally, we turn off the cortical part of our brain that is constantly worrying, judging and analysing, thus keeping us in the present at the moment.

Deep active breathing improves our mental capacity, increases circulation and gives us a boost of energy; and we all know what circulation does when the blood flow is sent to the right area. When we add nasal breathing to that, we increase the nitric oxide and oxygen in our cells to improve stamina and achieve a heightened sense of euphoria.

Incorporating breathwork into your sex life ignites the passion and leads to incredible intimacy when done with your partner. We are often unaware of our breathing patterns during sex, and this can minimize our climax of sensations associated with sexual pleasure. Synchronizing your breath to your body influences your muscle contractions. Synchronizing your breath with your partner can elevate connection to immerse into a deeper experience.

Below are 2 breathing exercises to elevate your sexual experience alone or with your partner

1.BREATH-BODY SYNCHRONIZATION:

Begin by placing your hands on your lower abdomen. As you inhale, send the breath to your lower pelvic floor and feel the belly rise and hip area expand. As you exhale, contract the muscles in the lower pelvis and genitalia and feel them move upwards towards your heart centre. These are the core muscles you use to hold in your pee and orgasm. Allow your breath to connect with the warm sensations below. As energy starts to flow, visualise and feel a tingling moving down your body as you pump the breath up and down your spine. Continue doing this rhythmic active deep breathing and experience the arousal heightens.

2. DEEP BREATHING:

This can be done by yourself or coordinating it with your partner to match breathing patterns. Find a breath count that works for you, such as a four-count inhale through and a four-count exhale. Starting during foreplay, and focusing the space between each inhale and exhale throughout intercourse. When you match breath rates with someone, you connect on a cellular and energetic level that brings both your bodies into sync. Play around with the breath patterns and holds to see how it shifts the interaction. As you near orgasm, notice how your breath pattern changes, and then breathe slower to delay your orgasm and have an elevated climactic orgasm or breath deeper and stronger to magnify the sensation. Practising deep rhythmic breathing can also help reduce stress and activate your calming response to further submerge yourself into feeling good.

Your mind and body are connected, and our breath is the bridge that controls the physiological responses that occur internally due to thought provoked or external stimulus. Athletes train themselves to breathe effectively to improve their performance and enhance energy efficiency. Sex is a physical activity that, as an athlete, you can also train to become better at. Just like with any sport, practise makes you better! So start breathing deeper, stronger, and longer to submerge yourself into extraordinary orgasms and satisfying sexual connections.

 

Written by: Astrid Merkt | August 31, 2020
Holistic Psychologist, Mind-Body practitioner
https://balancehealth.com.hk/astrid-merkt/

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    Enjoyed every bit of your article post. Really looking forward to read more. Great. Cyndia Brit Huskey

    December 21, 2020 at 7:12 am

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