Everyone has fantasized of having enthralling sex, but not everyone is aware that it is feasible! In order to intensify feelings and trigger orgasms, electrosex, also known as E-stim (erotic electric stimulation), employs electrical energy to generate pulsating, throbbing, and electrifying sensations. These objects enable users to play in a highly sexual manner beyond the scope of their orgasms.
This guide discuss what electrosex is and why people engage in it, how to engage in it safely, and what equipment to purchase for both novice and experienced users.
Electrosex, also referred to as electroplay or erotic electrostimulation (e-stim), is the use of electrodes, circuits, and an electric box or power box to conduct low level currents through the body to stimulate and arouse someone, and it is possible that this electrifying stimulation will cause a person to urinate as a result of itself.
To stimulate the nerves or muscles for pleasure or discomfort, e-stim devices send low-frequency electrical currents across the body, into various muscle groups, and into erogenous zones. It has frequently been used to heal muscular injuries, tonify muscles, or to ease muscle discomfort.
In a nutshell... A power box generates electricity, which travels through cables to a pad or attachment. Two pads or attachments are required to complete the circuit (one with electricity going out, the other with it going back to the box). A current flows through the body and to the other attachment when two pads or attachments are put on the body at various points, causing muscles to contract, relax, or do both. The recipient may find this experience to be extremely sexy (and the giver, if they enjoy watching their partner squirm and react).
The muscular spasms brought on by electrical stimulation are enjoyable for those who utilise electroplay in their scenarios. It can cause orgasm by constricting the muscles so they pulse, tension, and release when it is placed on or near erogenous zones. It may be quite euphoric if done at a lesser setting. It may border on being painful if it is turned on more intensely.
Electricity stimulates the recipient and frequently raises endorphin levels by causing muscular spasms and relaxation. Wider attachments or pads have been reported to cause buzzy, tingling, warm, squeezing, throbbing, or pulsating sensations in the receiver. Some toys, such wands and rods, cause a cutting, piercing, itchy, or sharp feeling.
The clitoris, labia, balls, anus (inside to stimulate the prostate or A-spot or outside on the perineum), and other areas below the waist are popular locations for this.
Many people have come up with inventive methods to use electricity to improve their sex life. Here are several examples:
• Inducing orgasms using electricity.
• Foreplay that involves electroplay.
• Increasing sex by making both couples feel it by using electrosex equipment on the genitalia.
• Upping the arousal factor of masturbation via genital electrosex gear attachment.
• Using an electrosex power box to play pre-recorded MP3 files while using electrosex equipment. These MP3s may be mixed together to make a playlist that allows the listener to really get fucked by the music.
• Some people utilise e-stim to treat ED after discovering that it aids in obtaining an erection (erectile dysfunction).
In order to experiment with the settings and get accustomed to them, consider placing the pads or attachments on a big muscle region (such as the thigh).
Place pads or attachments on the frenulum and perineum for male genitalia.
Place pads or attachments on either side of the clitoris or vaginal entrance for female genitalia.
Once the ideal intensity is attained, gradually raise the levels until the climax is reached.
For the greatest results, keep in mind how electrical currents function.
Electricity must go from a positive electrode to a negative electrode in order to move through the body. You can feel the connection between the circuits by strongly grasping the gadget, which is a complete bi-polar attachment. Two uni-polar devices must be connected to the body of a mono-polar device in order to complete the circuit.
Start by using the electrostim on yourself.
Before using the pads or attachments on a partner, use them on yourself to gain a better idea of how strong the electrical charge is at any particular setting and how sensitive different parts of the body are.
Build slowly and modestly.
Daily tolerance for pain varies. Even if level 5 was enjoyable one day, it can be uncomfortable or overwhelming the next. Hormones, insufficient sleep, or even stress alone might affect one's ability to tolerate pain. Start out low and gradually increase until the ideal volume is reached; then, tweak this for each scenario.
Shave the areas where pads will be applied.
The pads are sticky, so if there is too much hair, they may not cling flat to the skin and may pull or yank on the hair when they are being removed, aggravating the sensitive skin. While this is not essential, it can be a good idea.
Stretch out the skin before applying pads on it to prevent creases or wrinkles.
It may be incredibly unpleasant if a pad adheres to a crease in your skin. Remove the pad, then reapply it so that it rests flat on the skin's surface.
Do the sticky pads make you sick?
If you see red irritation, the adhesive on the sticky pad may be to blame. You may get hypoallergenic TENS pads in place of the standard ones. Furthermore, upgrading to conductive silicone sticky pads might occasionally help.