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How to Have a Full Body Orgasm

It’s no secret that a full body orgasm can be pretty damn satisfying. Whether you’re experiencing it with a partner or solo, there are ways to optimize your pleasure and increase the likelihood of that epic climax.

For instance, some TikTokers say timing your masturbation around ovulation is key, as well as doing kegel exercises to tighten the pelvic floor muscles. There are also many toys to choose from that can stimulate erogenous zones.

1. Breathe Deeply

If you want to experience a full-body orgasm, it’s important to breathe deeply in and out. Doing this helps to relax your muscles and allows sexual energy to flow throughout the entire body. It also helps to bring your mind into the experience, which can lead to more intense pleasure and a deeper connection with your body.

While the genitals have thousands of nerve endings, the rest of the body has 40 million. So be sure to open up all your senses and take in the sensations of your body as you explore masturbatory techniques, positions and toys.

Stimulate the upper body during sex, too, because it activates the same pleasure networks in the brain as clitoral stimulation. For instance, you can try stroking each other’s chests or digging your fingers into one another’s nipples during penetration to feel a unifying sensation of pleasure from the bottom of the body up to the top. This will also help to create more arousal in your partner, which can make for an orgasm.

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2. Relax Your Muscles

A full-body orgasm is the ultimate pleasure experience. It’s a tingling sensation that spreads from the top of your head to the tip of your toes, and it can be experienced alone or with a partner. If you’re struggling to have a full-body orgasm, try these tips:

Relax your muscles. Rather than tensing up during arousal, take slow, deep breaths and move your body into positions that create pressure. Stimulating your genitals with fingers or a vibrator can also help. If you’re doing it solo, try stimulating the urethral sponge (also called the G-spot) and your prostate. Oral sex toys like the We-Vibe Melt and Womanizer Starlet 2.0 can help, too.

Another way to relax your muscles is through bodywork, such as massage or yoga. Or you can try doing a “reversed” yoga pose that sends energy up to the pelvic floor muscles and out into your body. Tantric sex is another popular approach that combines deep breathing, energy channelling and patience to encourage a full-body orgasm. The best time to have a full-body orgasm is around ovulation when hormone levels are at their peak.

3. Let Go of Your Stress

In order to experience a full body orgasm, you need to relax your mind and energy as well. This means letting go of any fears, worries or anxieties that may be holding you back. This will help to release the tension that has built up in your pelvic muscles. Once the tension is released, you will feel a rush of pleasure that will leave your whole body pulsing.

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If you are having trouble getting orgasms, try reducing your stress levels by doing activities like yoga or meditation. This will help to increase your sensitivity and allow you to enjoy deeper, more intense orgasms.

You can also try experimenting with different positions, toys, and pleasure techniques to see what works best for you. Trying new things can lead to unexpected orgasms that will surprise and delight you. Lastly, try combining genital and non-genital stimulation to see what happens. You might find that a combination of clitoris stimulation with your penis, anus, and nipples gives you a full-body orgasm that is out of this world. Good luck!

4. Communicate With Your Partner

If you’re having a full body orgasm with a partner, it’s important to communicate well. During foreplay, it’s best to focus on the areas of the body that you both enjoy — like hands and feet or back and thighs. In addition, using a water- or silicone-based lubricant can help, especially when you are close to your g-spot, since it takes longer for saliva to dry out.

A tantric approach to orgasms, which involves deep breathing and energy “channeling,” is another way to achieve full-body orgasms. While it may sound intimidating and only for vulvas, the tantric approach is actually pretty accessible to anyone.

When you’re with a partner during sexual activity, it’s also important to focus on stimulating your g-spot and letting the erogenous zone swell with blood. This will make you more likely to reach climax, which results in the orgasm that envelops your entire body. And don’t forget to take it slow and have fun! It takes time to build up the energy for a full body orgasm, but it’s worth it in the end.

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5. Practice

The more you practice, the easier it will be to get a full body orgasm. You can do this with your partner or on your own, in whatever ways (legal and consensual, of course) that tickle your pleasure-seeking fancy.

Start by practicing the basic principles of orgasms: slow down, build up, communicate. Try breathing deeply and toning with each exhale, and see how it feels to move energy up through your body.

You can also try stimulating the g-spot, or pubococcygeus muscle, to help you feel your way to an orgasm. You can do this with a vibrator, a rubber ducky, or your finger — just make sure you’re using a non-toxic lubricant.

It may take time to achieve a full body orgasm, so don’t get discouraged. Just keep trying, and stay in tune with your partner’s verbal and non-verbal cues. And above all, enjoy the experience of exploring your body and discovering new places of pleasure. A full body orgasm will leave you feeling blissful, and that’s something worth celebrating! Gabrielle Kassel is a queer sex educator and wellness journalist who’s committed to helping people love themselves in all bodies. Her work has appeared in a variety of publications, including Healthline, Cosmopolitan, Well+Good, and Greatist.