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Don’t Let Sex Become a Chore: 6 Ways to Improve your Sex Life

Not hitting the right spots in your sexual life can be very frustrating. Sex is part of a relationship and should be enjoyed and something is wrong if your sex life is falling short of the pleasures you deserve.

There are always ways to solve this problem and here are some simple suggestions to help rekindle the passion in your sexual relationship, some of which I’ve personally tested.

1.  Learn to talk about sex with your partner

It might not be an easy task talking to your partner about sex, maybe as a result of shyness or fear of violating your partner’s privacy, this might make it challenging to start talking about sex, especially in a new relationship. However, talking to your spouse will be helpful if you find that sex you are having isn’t enjoyable for you.

Talking will make both of you be inspired to open up and express your thoughts more so if you have an honest, heartfelt conversation. You should avoid lecturing or reprimanding your spouse if you want this talk to be productive and not a cause of conflict. Gently describe what you want, not what your spouse is doing incorrectly.

Pick a good moment to have this topic. It may happen during breakfast, in the restroom, or even in bed. And don’t be shy about it, a sexual fulfilling lifestyle with your partner is a good and enjoyable experience.

2.  Practice Kegel exercises

Men and women have been known to enhance their sex life by working their pelvic floor muscles. This exercise is called Kegels and despite what you have heard, is not strictly for pregnant women.

To perform these exercises, contract the muscle you would use to try to halt the flow of pee. After holding the contraction for two to three seconds, let go. 10 times total. Try as many as five sets each day. These exercises may be performed anywhere, whether you’re in a car, or at your desk, and that is the best part of it. Just squeeze in and release, then again.

3.  Consider aphrodisiac foods

Food and sex are essentially two basic needs of man, and the human race needs both to survive. People frequently mix these two for more enjoyment, which is not surprising.

Anything that stimulates and boosts libido is considered an aphrodisiac. The finest aphrodisiac foods are thought to include chocolate, oysters, avocados, red peppers, ginseng, honey, strawberries, and almonds. Only ginseng, however, has been determined to be useful in treating male sexual dysfunction, according to recent studies.

All other aphrodisiac meals for both sexes include mood-enhancing ingredients like chocolate and chili peppers, as well as healthy vitamins and minerals like honey, avocado, strawberries, and almonds (which include zinc and oysters, and vitamin B).

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4.  Use Lubricants

There’s nothing shameful about using lubricants, especially if you are not getting enough natural lubrication. Sex might be painful and unenjoyable if you decide to go for the alternative. There are lots of lubricants that you can get from a sex shop, a drugstore or even a recommendation from your gynecologist will do if you are not sure of what to buy.

5.  Practice Intimacy outside the bedroom

Intimacy should not only be when it is time to hop into bed. Kisses, hugs, and holding hands are little acts that will keep your partner loved and eager for the big act. Having baths together, cuddling, every intimate act counts. This way, nobody will feel that having sex was out of duty and you’d enjoy the act more.

6.  Seek the Help of a Therapist or a Sex Coach

Mostly as a last resort, if things are not getting better, you and your partner should seek the service of a sex coach or better still, a therapist. Yes, it is never easy talking to a stranger about your sex-related problems, but bear in mind that they are professionals and they are there to help you.

At times, it might be a third party that can assist us in resolving problems we find challenging. Sex therapy may help with a variety of concerns, including sexual education, sexual trauma, intimacy problems, physical challenges, relationship troubles, lack of or excessive desire, and sexual discomfort.

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