Sexo : zoom on the peaking, the method which allows to live orgasm of an extraordinary intensity !

All good things come to those who wait. Even orgasm? Postponing the moment of pleasure to increase it tenfold is the principle of peaking, a technique theorized by several British sexologists, including Tracey Cox.
Let’s get to the heart of the matter! In concrete terms, whether you are alone or with someone else, peaking requires you to be sufficiently in tune with your body to identify the phases of pleasure. As Tracey Cox explains on her blog, the idea is to stop just before this moment, to let the pressure drop a little (but not too much!), in order to start again.

Peaking: learning to juggle excitement

The idea submitted by Tracey Cox is to transpose her pleasure on a scale of 1 to 10, translating the 10 by the strongest orgasm, and the 0 by a libido at the dead point. So once around 7, that “moment of no return,” the goal is to block the rise of arousal at that precise moment and bring it down slowly.

“What you need to do is focus on the moment before that moment and the feeling you have then just before that point of no return,” explains the sexologist. To do this, the specialist advises “stop touching each other completely or do it more gently and slowly to regain control again”; it’s up to you to tell your partner to slow down the pace.

The benefits of peaking? Not only is the orgasm achieved more intense because it increases the level of endorphins but it also offers the possibility of having several consecutive orgasms.

Peaking: the method for orgasms ten times more intense!

Of course, this technique requires a bit of practice: so don’t hesitate to practice solo, to begin with, without putting pressure on yourself (hello the counter-productive effect otherwise!). Of course, you can decide to experiment with peaking together, keeping in mind that it can be a bit frustrating at the beginning because you might need to interrupt the act (or at least change position) to bring the pressure down; however, there is nothing to prevent you from going back to foreplay.

But as always, sex is a matter of preference and we keep in mind that the goal is to feel good. So, peaking or not peaking, it’s up to you!

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