Most women orgasm from stimulation of the clitoris. Others can only orgasm from vaginal penetration, also known as G-Spot stimulation. However, there is no wrong or right way to masturbate because everyone responds differently.
Before Your Masturbate
It is important to relax as much as you can and ensure total privacy. Get into a comfortable position and find the parts of your body that are easily stimulated. Some sources of stimulation may be found along the vagina, nipples, inner and outer labia, clitoris and perineum. Orgasm may be reached by stroking these parts of the body. The clitoris and labia are usually the most easily stimulated, so different types of pressure, speed and motion should be tried on these areas.
Many women have very sensitive nipples, and can actually reach orgasm from nipple stimulation alone. If you are close to reaching orgasm but cannot climax, try altering your breathing and giving extra stimulation to the nipples.
Breathing is also important for orgasm. Breathing deeply (rather than holding your breath) helps release sexual energy, rather than fight it. While you breathe, clench and release the PC muscle, much as in Kegel exercises.
As you begin to orgasm, continue the stimulation lightly through the orgasm, or stop if it feels like it's too intense. Slightly lessen stimulation during the first extremely sensitive moments but do not stop because there are small "aftershocks" after an orgasm, slightly less intense but pleasurable physical feelings.
If you don't orgasm on your first try, continue to practice. Practice breathing from your belly.
• Lubrication (Wet, Astroglide or any that are sold in most drugstore chains)
• Climatique Sexual Enhancement Gel
• Recall a previous sexual encounter
Benefits of Masturbation. It can often relieve the following ailments:
• Menstrual cramps
• Insomnia (when a person has difficulty falling asleep)
• Common infections (this is accomplished by stimulating the immune system)
• Excess of mood-elevating hormones