Self-Pleasuring as a Five Senses Experience

Self-Pleasuring as a Five Senses Experience One of the great things about self-pleasuring is that there really isn’t a right way to do it. If a guy pr...
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Self-Pleasuring as a Five Senses Experience One of the great things about self-pleasuring is that there really isn’t a right way to do it. If a guy prefers self-pleasuring seated instead of standing, kneeling, or lying down, that’s fine. Left hand or right hand or both hands – perfectly reasonable to go with any choice. As long as male organ health isn’t impacted by it, there aren’t really bad choices. That said, guys often fall into a set habit about how they self-stimulate, and every now and then it can be a good idea to shake things up a bit just to expand their self-pleasuring horizons. For example, it may be good to change up which of the five senses one incorporates into one’s self-pleasuring routine. Now, clearly self-pleasuring is going to involve some form of touch – unless one has become a true master at the difficult art of hands-free selfpleasuring, that is. But the fact is that all of the senses can be used in selfgratifying, and if a guy always uses the same one or two, he might find it a nice change to try something a little different. Touch Even when it comes to the old standby, touch, a man can do things differently if he so desires. For example, if he typically self-stimulates with his right hand, he can try his left. Or perhaps not use his hands at all, but instead try lying face down on the bed and grinding his hips so that his member rubs against the bedsheets. He might also take a bath and manually stimulate his manhood while it is submerged underwater or use a shower jetspray as a means of stimulating it. Sight Next to touch, sight is the one of the senses most likely employed by men during self-pleasuring. Men tend to be visual creatures, and the amount of pornography easily available on the internet makes incorporating sight into self-pleasuring easy. But again, switching things up might be rewarding. This may mean choosing a different area of senual activity for viewing, such as male-female-male videos instead of straight or those which focus on a fetish, such as sensual activity involving the feet. Men can also consider non-video visual stimulation, such as classical nude paintings or www.man1health.com

photographs of clothed women in seductive poses. Sound For some, this may simply mean turning the sound on while watching adult videos, but there can be other audio choices to consider. There are many sensuous stories which are available online as MP3s or as other sound files which can be highly entertaining. Listening to other people self-fondling and/or discussing their sensual fantasies can also be an exciting experience. And if a man tends to be quiet when sself-stimulating, he can experiment with letting loose vocally, via moans, groans, and dirty talk. Smell The sense of smell often comes into play in sensual situations – which is why men and women wear certain scents. There are many scents which are often associated with sensual activity, such as musk, ginger, vanilla, lavender, etc. But every guy is unique, so he should think about the scents that turn him on and use them when fondling himself. Taste Again, what works for a man in the taste department can be a highly individual choice. But swallowing a little of his favorite arousing flavors while indulging in self-satisfaction can make a nice change. Using all the sense during self-pleasuring is even better when a guy also makes a habit of using a superior male organ health creme (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin) to maintain male organ health. The best crème contains many crucial vitamins, such as A, B5, C, D, and E which work together to bolster member care. It also should include L-arginine and Lcarnitine, two amino acids which respectively help expand male organ blood vessels and maintain appropriate manhood sensitivity.

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