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- Do you do Kegel exercises?
Toned Kegel muscles work better by pumping lots of blood to the pelvis, which is great for arousal. They also lead to stronger contractions, which give longer, more intense orgasms. Happily, this factor is within your control; you just have to do the exercises. They take mere minutes rather than hours and you can do them anywhere. Simply squeeze the muscle you use to hold back urine, hold it for two seconds, then release. Do this 20 times, three times per day.
- Switch between types of stimulation:
You have a better chance of having more than one orgasm if it's via different means. For example, go from oral to intercourse, to him using his fingers, to him stimulating your G spot.
- Practice delaying your orgasm:
This is called "peaking" and involves taking yourself almost to the point of orgasm, waiting until your arousal falls, then climbing back up again. This sexual technique trains you to stay in a high state of excitement. It not only increases the release of endorphins; it also teaches your body to stay in a practically permanent orgasmic pleasure zone, so you're able to orgasm over and over.