5 Ideas for More Frequent Lovemaking

5 Ideas for More Frequent Lovemaking

You used to have sex with your partner every day, maybe more than once at times. Well, at least for the first couple of weeks or months. After awhile, you’re so used to your partner, things get comfortable. It’s not necessarily a bad thing. You still love each other, but it’s not very exciting anymore. The desire’s not there like it used to be and you’re worried that it’s gone forever. The truth is that it doesn’t have to be that way. There are some things you can do with your partner to spice things up again. Following are a few tips you might want to consider:

Be risky
If you are the type of person who likes to live a little on the edge, extend that desire to the bedroom. Or, perhaps out of it. Go somewhere or do something with your partner that will give you that rush. Some activities might include: going mountain biking or scuba diving.

Laugh together
Scientific evidence is on your side here. Laughter “instantly interlocks limbic systems in the brains between two people,” says Ava Cadell, Ph.D., founder of Loveology University. Watch a funny movie with your partner that you know you both like or maybe tickle each other during foreplay (if it’s not too much for you to handle).

Exercise for sex
Try kegel exercises. This can lead to stronger and more regular orgasms. When you’re doing kegel exercises, you’re working out the pubococcygeus (PC) muscles. When you have an orgasm, the PC muscles are responsible for the contractions you experience.

Be together in the nude
Being together with your partner without covering up is ideal for creating more intimacy in your relationship. Even if you’re not in the mood for sex, cuddle together. Hug each other in the nude and gaze into each other’s eyes. You’ll bond that way and it may lead to intense sexual arousal.

Get checked out
If you’re not in the mood for sex and don’t know why, it may be a medical issue. Your hormones might be imbalanced. In fact, 70 percent of low libido problems are due to hormones. Speak with your doctor to have your levels checked. You might also want to see a sex therapist if it turns out that your issue isn’t physical. There will be a way for you to get back on track.

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