With all the titillation surrounding us, we should be ready to rumble 24/7. Sexual innuendo has been usurped by sexual explicitness on TV and movies, as well as in song lyrics. Sexy videos of both famous and common people are available for viewing at the click of a button, and print and television ads assure us there's a pill or device to enhance our intimate encounters to levels we can't imagine possible.
According to Carla Clark, PhD, a scientific consultant, writer and researcher in a variety of fields, including neuropsychology, biotechnology and molecular biology, "Sex is all in our heads, quite literally. Our brains are involved in all steps of sexual behavior and in all its variations, from feelings of sexual desire and partner choice, to arousal, climaxing and even post-coital cuddling." But to kick-start that brain activity takes physical arousal.
That's where erogenous zones come into play. Most people know about the more popular ones like the neck, ear lobes and intimate zones but there are others from head to toe that often go unexplored. If you decide to find more zones on your own, you'll get the best results concentrating on thin skinned areas of the body where super-sensitivity runs rampant.
10 Inner Thigh
One of the most ignored arousal zones, the scalp is highly sensitive to touch as well as temperature. Ever find yourself a little too happy at the salon during the massaging shampoo ritual? That's why. A slow scalp massage can stimulate the hormone linked to climaxing, so this can help set the stage for your encounter. As passions escalate, a little gentle hair pulling fuels the fire. Now you know why many people pull on hair during intimacy, it may hurt but at the same time increase pleasure during the experience.
7 Lower stomach
6 Bikini zone
2 Hips and Sacrum
Among the most surprising of the erogenous zones, the nose is also the most easily accessible spot to get your engines revved up. The reason: that proboscis is made up of erectile tissue. Test it out by lightly brushing your partner's face with your fingertips (no fingernails). End up encircling each nostril and then gently touching that tiny cleft between the bottom of the nose and the upper lip. That fable of Eskimos rubbing noses as part of their romantic ritual may have more validity than we thought.
Sources: sharewik.com, examiner.com, mensfitness.com
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