1. How to avoid gagging when giving oral sex

    How to avoid gagging when giving oral sex

    Dentists have discovered a technique to considerably reduce a patient's gag reflex - and you can use it during oral sex!

    If your enjoyment of giving head is marred by a supersensitive gag reflex, you may find the following advice from the Men’s Health Guide to the Best Sex in the World useful. Dentists have to contend with the gag reflex too, and a recent study reported:

    “The tooth-torturers gathered the most orally sensitive patients and, using acupuncture or acupressure, stimulated their P-6 regions while simultaneously poking around in their mouths. In the majority of patients the gag reflex diminished considerably.

    OK, you ask, where’s the P-6 region? No place too exciting: to find it, put the first three fingers of your hand together and place them, about two thumb widths down, on the inside of her wrist. You press there while she pleasures you, and everybody ought to be happy.”

    According to traditional Chinese medicine, this is also a recommended treatment for nerves - which may be an added bonus if his proportions are truly awe-inspiring…

    The Greatest Sex Tips in the WorldRefreshingly frank and funny, actress and presenter Julie Peasgood delivers practical information to transform your sex life. The Greatest Sex Tips in the World explores the world of eroticism, revealing secrets and techniques that will energise and enhance your enjoyment.

    Comments (3)

    • Avrielle_Aniko: December 20, 2009 02:16
      Yes! I've heard this one before in the past, and it does work! After an awful incident of being sick on my unfortunate partner while attempting to deepthoat, I learned this tip and for some reason, its never happened since!
    • Jake Holden: December 20, 2009 02:54
      Hmm, what sort of scientific study uses the phrase 'tooth-tortures' or 'poking around' - guessing this is how Men's Health reported it, rather than how the study reported it (as is implied...) but still! I remain sceptical ;)
    • becks: December 20, 2009 12:00
      Well it works on travel sickness ... tried it during deep oral, it seems to work for me :)