AUCKLAND, New Zealand, Mar. 03, 2015 (Scoop)
Peri menopausal and post menopausal women frequently experience pain during intercourse due to inner vaginal dryness.
Now Jacqui Olliver, a leading Auckland, New Zealand-based sex strategist and owner of the business End the Problem has developed a breakthrough technique which enables women to self lubricate their vagina from the inside out.
Having been in the industry for 20 years (which includes life experience and research and development to overcome her own prior problem of being unable to achieve an orgasm) Jacqui Olliver has developed a revolutionary system to overcome sex problems including premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction and being unable to orgasm.
"The brain is a complex processing centre," says Jacqui, "This means it derives its stimulation and ideas from its sensory receptors for example, (eyes, hands, penis, breasts, vagina) all the body parts involved in sex because we are talking about sex. If there is any miscommunication, misunderstanding or loss of peripheral awareness, there is confusion in the person involved, as to what action they should be concentrating on. This leads to the mind wandering away from the initial action."
"Sex is like texting and driving a car, but I teach the client how to input the message AND steer the vehicle safely. There are no drugs involved in my treatment at all. My clients learn how to co-ordinate their mind with their body so they can control their sexual experience."
After reaching peri-menopause herself and experiencing the discomfort and pain during intercourse which accompanies inner vaginal dryness, Jacqui devoted her focus to solving the female menopausal vaginal dryness issue.
A slight adjustment to Jacqui's current technique which enables a female to achieve a squirting orgasm during intercourse or any time she wishes, can fully lubricate the vagina prior to the woman engaging sexually with her partner.
"This breakthrough technique leads to immediate relief," says Jacqui. "To avoid experiencing vaginal dryness completely during sex, the woman simply initiates the correct thought/action sequence prior to engaging in any sexual activity. This technique works even when there are hormonal imbalances."
Jacqui Olliver also recommends that women experiencing vaginal dryness should consult with a medical professional to ensure there are no underlying causes.
This technique signifies a breakthrough for women globally, with International Women's Day taking place on March 8.
Jacqui Olliver, The Ultimate Sex Strategist at EndTheProblem.com teaches men, women and couples the ultimate strategy behind achieving consistently great sex. Premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction and being unable to orgasm can all be easily corrected with her unique treatment method which is recommended by leading medical specialists.
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