Sign In
  • ENG

5 reasons you must engage in afterplay post sex

Make way for better sex with afterplay

Written by Bhakti Paun Sharma |Updated : January 6, 2017 7:06 PM IST

Afterplay is one of the most ignored stages of sex. After sex. Men prefer falling asleep or fidgeting with their gadgets post sex while women want some more romance. That s what afterplay is all about. And as much as men would like to believe that afterplay is only for satisfying women, even men benefit from it. Here are some reasons you must involve is after-play post intercourse:

Creates stronger bonding: It improves bonding between you and your partner. Emotional bonding along with physical is important among couples. Cuddling, massaging or caressing after an intercourse brings you closer mentally and strengthens your relationship. Did you know that cuddling after sex helps you get pregnant?

Allows her to cool down: Women take time to cool down completely after an intercourse whereas men need just a few minutes. Chances are, she is still craving for intimacy. Hence, afterplay acts as a sign of respect to your woman s needs for intimacy after an intercourse so that she can cool down completely.

Also Read

More News

Develops a healthy relationship: It will have a positive impact on your relationship. After-play involves communication and caressing after the act. You end up sharing deep thoughts at this time and even end up whispering sweet nothings which stay with you for days after the act. You can try these 5 things after sex to come closer to your partner.

More enjoyable sex: You will enjoy better sex the next time and every time after if you engage in after-play regularly. According to a research [1] on sexual behaviours funded by University of Kansas, women enjoy foreplay and afterplay more than intercourse. If she knows that the foreplay and afterplay are going to be amazing, she will reciprocate during intercourse.

Makes way for more sex: Kissing the back of the neck, massaging her back, moving your fingers on each other bare bodies can move your after-play to foreplay for the second round. It may be a slow and sensuous start but is sure to make way for multiple orgasms and a sex marathon too. You can also try this tip for after-play.

Read This in Hindi

Image Source: Shutterstock

References:

  1. Denney, N. W., Field, J. K., & Quadagno, D. (1984). Sex differences in sexual needs and desires. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 13(3), 233-245.

Total Wellness is now just a click away.

Follow us on