How to Use a Prostate Stimulator to Orgasm

We live in a world where one must often sacrifice health for pleasure and vice-versa. In the rare instances where ultimate health and ultimate pleasure can be combined, you know we’re going to be all for it, even when they come together in seemingly unlikely ways.

In this case, the rare instance would be prostate stimulation through prostate massage – while being the key to some mind-blowing experiences – is also part of maintaining a man’s peak sexual health. When it comes to peak sensual health, men may be hesitant as far as their prostates are concerned, but the benefits speak for themselves.

What exactly is the prostate?

The prostate is a walnut-sized, semen-storing gland located at the root of the penis, just below the bladder. When the prostate is massaged, stagnant semen is released and your prostate is cleansed. When ignored – as is often the case – semen becomes stagnant in the prostate, creating a buildup of bacteria that can cause swelling.

So how will prostate stimulation benefit me?

Regular prostate massage reduces the risk of prostatitis, prostate cancer, genital pain, symptoms of erectile dysfunction and frequent nighttime urination. In addition, it improves overall erectile function and increases seminal fluid and circulation. While the health benefits of regular prostate massage are long lasting, you might be surprised at all the other positives in store.

Is prostate stimulation painful?

When done properly, it’s the exact opposite. Many men experience intense, long lasting, even multiple orgasms and intense ejaculation when their prostate is massaged. While many men focus solely on external pleasure points, male biology’s best kept sexual secret often gets ignored as a place ‘where the sun don’t shine’.

Will you actually enjoy massaging your prostate?

If you enjoy mind-blowing sex, the answer is yes. It’s time for men to stop envying women for their ability to experience intense, long-lasting orgasms. The prostate is the male version of the female G-spot, and when stimulated enables even more intense orgasms, otherwise unattainable by the more standard penile friction.

How To Use A Prostate Massager

Whether you use a prostate massager alone or with your partner, you can benefit from these instructions on how to use it properly to achieve mind-blowing orgasms.

  1. Wash your prostate massager with mild, soapy water before and after usage. If you wish, you can wash your rectum with warm water also.
  1. Apply a generous amount of lubricant to the anal area and to the prostate massager. Slowly insert the massager while lying on your side. The massager should enter the anus about 2/3 of the distance from the opening, with the handle between the buttocks.
  1. Remember to relax for about twenty minutes when learning how to use a prostate massager. Keep your body still and get accustomed to the device in your rectum. Allow your own body to pull the device inside the remainder of the way. Once in position, the prostate and perineum acupressure point can be pleasured by the prostate massager. First-time users may feel they have to urinate. Make sure the perineum is kept dry so the abutment remains on the acupressure point.
  1. Focus on relaxing and contracting your sphincter muscles. Do this slowly, about 30 times. This will cause more blood to flow to your penis. You may experience an orgasm without direct penile stimulation. Your goal will be to do this exercise for 30 minutes each time you use your prostate massager.

Now relax and enjoy learning how to use a prostate massager. These tips will guide you along the path to better prostate health and stronger orgasms!

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