Harder Baby: Why Do Some Women Like To Be Choked During Sex?

Surprisingly, most women love being choked during sex and some choke their partners too. It is an interesting activity but it presents its own risks. Most people will not try it because it is risky and scary. Some would argue that arousal and fear are similar, but are they?

Choking is cutting the air supply to the brain and the lung and it is inches away from causing permanent brain damage. If your partner blacks out just know you have gone too far with the choking during sex. It could also trigger a heart attack or a stroke. Some medical professionals advise against choking during sex no matter how healthy you are but for people with epilepsy, the pregnant and the elderly choking is completely out of bounds for them. Some people will devise slipknots or nooses that should allow the body to fall but if these devices fail they pose danger to you and could lead to your death.

Why do people like choking during sex?

It is risky and painful but if you want your man to be obsessed with you for your toe-curling orgasms screams then choking can be considered. The one doing the choking feel empowered and all powerful and they are totally in control but care need to be exercised during this time. The one being choked feels submissive as they have to completely entrust their life to their partner. Shortness of breath and blacking out (not recommended) enhance the experience. For those who like a rape experience during sex, choking during sex would fit in just right.

Is it possible to practice a safe choke during sex?

Yes, it is possible to choke correctly for it to be safe. This means that you should learn how to safely choke your partner so as not to lead to cause fatal health problems or lead to death. Choking is done by applying pressure towards the side of the neck where the arteries are with the fingertips. You can use one hand and set pressure between the thumb and the index finger. The web of the hand should be pressure free during choking. If you use both hand be careful on the amount of pressure you put as they can easily cut off the larynx or the windpipe.

Choking should not last for more than 5 seconds because after 5 seconds lack of oxygen starts to cause permanent brain damage.

Develop a sign that you and your partner will understand to show that you need them to stop. A sign is recommended than a word or words because you might not be in a position to talk but you can signal your partner to stop.

Body to body choking lets you feel the pressure of the choke. Using other methods to choke such as the noose or an object could turn fatal as the objects cannot interpret when it’s time to stop.

Applying pressure to the front of the neck could easily crush the wind pipe and it’s not safe choking.

Application of extreme pressure will lead to breaking of the hyoid bone supporting the tongue which is unhealthy and uncomfortable.

Do not use rigid objects for choking.

What to do for first time choking

Make sure that your partner is okay with choking. Consider your partners medical conditions or past which might cause trauma for them during this time. In short choking is not something you start from nowhere you need to be both well prepared. Getting you partners consent is crucial for this risky activity. Learn how safely it can be done and follow the rules for both of you to enjoy it.

Do not use a ball gag or blindfold during your first time it’s good that both of you learn about the different reactions your partner will be going through and when it’s safe to stop.

Do not try too much because it can be overwhelming. Do not do it for more than 5 seconds and if you want to try again, try in another session.

What happens after choking?

After choking you should talk and breathe normally but if you find trouble doing so consult your doctor to avoid developing of long-term side effects.

If the choking is correctly done the neck should not be sore or bruised, it should not have rashes or chafing. If there is the presence of any of these apply ice and it will heal with time. Also use topical creams where necessary and learn what you did wrong to correct it next time.

 

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