It is easy for your sex life to take a nosedive.
With the pressures of work, children, and just time constraints, many happily married couples can find themselves staring at each other in their bedroom, unsure of how to engage in sex or sexual acts, even though they want to.
However, don’t worry. This is not a sign that you don’t love each other, and there are many ways that you can enhance your sex life, and this article is a good place to start.
Read Up on It
So, you want to enhance your sex life. What’s the first thing you do? Talk to your partner, and next, read up on it. Yes, really. Not necessarily the Karma Sutra, but there are lots of books about sex that can enhance someone’s sex life, especially books that are written by sex therapists, like Tracy Cox. These books are easy to find online on adult websites, like My Amazing Fantasy, but they can usually be found in any good online bookstore too.
As people get older, it can take them longer to get warmed up for sex, especially if there are physical health issues that come along with older age. So, don’t rush.
If your male partner finds it harder to get an erection, try engaging in more oral sex with him or whatever he enjoys before jumping in for the main event. If you have a female partner, ensure that she is comfortable with sex to proceed, and if not, use lubrication. Don’t berate, laugh as much as you can, and never put pressure on your partner.
Get Toys to Help
Sex toys are nothing to be ashamed of, and there is a reason why they are so popular.
There are so many different types to choose from, for him and her, meaning that you and your partner can try one new toy a month (if you can afford to), which will help to make that bedroom time more fun. However, try not to fall into the trap of becoming overly reliant on the toys, as they are there to enhance, not take over.
Maintain Physical Affection
In a long-term relationship, there is more to it than just sex. However, that is undoubtedly a fun part.
If you are looking to boost your sex life, start with giving your partner hugs, cuddles, and even holding hands with them, even if you are sitting next to each other on the couch. It can also be worth experimenting with other things too, like massages, brushing each other’s hair, and even bathing or showering together, if you can.
See a Sex Therapist
There are some instances in which professional help may be needed.
Suppose you or your partner has had children, and the birth was somewhat traumatic. It’s fair to say that you may be less than eager to engage in sex anytime soon.
However, sex therapists are great professionals to hire to help you, alongside seeing your regular doctor, too, if you are having issues in the bedroom. Sex therapists can teach you how to begin a new relationship with sex, different techniques to use, and tools that can help you and your partner to feel satisfied.