If your sex life has been depressing lately, then it could be due to an underlying problem. If your libido levels have been dipping, then you can employ these strategies to boost your sex life.
- Communicate: Communicate with your partner more often, as lack of communication with your partner can bring about problems in a relationship. It helps in improving the emotional bond that both of you share and can also boost your sex life. If you want to try out new positions and your partner is unwilling, then talk to him/her about it.
- Foreplay: Focus on foreplay; the touch, kisses and everything in between you can add to spice up the action between the sheets. Remember, foreplay never grows old.
- Consider Experimenting at Times: Consider changing and trying out new sexual positions. Try out new positions and postures to hit the G-spot, perfectly.
- Work on your Core: Your core muscles come into play in certain sex positions. Do planks on a regular basis to tighten your core and lose fat. Strong core muscles also mean that you can try out more adventurous sex positions.
- Diet: Diet is an important factor in your sexual health. Avoid eating foods which increase bad cholesterol levels in the body. Eat more of natural foods to improve your overall well being; make sure your diet allows you to maintain optimal weight levels.
- Get Creative: From lingerie to whips, participate in role playing and play out your sexual fantasies with your partner.
- Give yourself time: As you age, your sexual responses slow down. You and your partner can improve your chances of success by finding a quiet, comfortable, interruption-free setting for sex. Spending more time having sex isn’t a bad thing; working these physical necessities into your lovemaking routine can open up doors to a new kind of sexual experience.
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If you need another reason to exercise, consider this: Working out is a great way to boost your sex life. “It stimulates not only the body but the nervous system and the brain,” says Davidson. So you’re more physiologically excited and more receptive to sex. Exercise strengthens your cardiovascular system, improves circulation, and gets blood flowing to all the right places. It also gets you in the mood by reducing stress and boosting your self-esteem.