12 Ways to Enhance Sexual Performance in the Bedroom
While sex may seem as natural as the birds and the bees, getting the most out of your sexual experience can be a somewhat complicated task.
While a happy sex life may seem like a breeze at some points in your life, there are a lot of things that can get in the way of healthy sexual activity and fulfilling romance.
Are you struggling with issues related to your bedroom satisfaction?
Foreplay Generates Libido and Reduces Performance Anxiety
One thing that tends to get guys in trouble is that they focus too much on the physical act of intercourse rather than the foreplay that leads up to sex.
Most women can only achieve orgasm when men put their due diligence in. Also, a warm-up session can help men relax and be ready for sex, reducing the risk of erectile issues and sexual insufficiency. Making a connection physically is ultimately more important than penetration when it comes to romance.
Start-Stop Strategy Helps Men Sustain During Sex
If you find that you've been having trouble lasting long enough when you have sex, that's a pretty common problem for guys. Start-Stop Technique is an extension of the concept of “Thinking About Baseball.” When you find yourself close to orgasm, it's easy to go overboard and let loose too quickly.
When you find yourself nearly there, slow down or even stop until you regain your composure. This is also known as edging, and a lot of guys (and girls) find distinct pleasure in it.
Get Creative in the Bedroom to Add Spice
While sex is great and fun in and of itself, when things get too routine in the bedroom, it can sap the passion and desire right out of the window.
If you find that you're having trouble generating interest in your partner, take stock of your recent experiences.
If you find it difficult to distinguish one sexual event from the last, you may just be getting bored.
It's not that you aren't attracted to your partner anymore, you just need to come up with some new ideas to make things feel fresh again! This isn't only limited to sexual activity but anything new and fun idea that gets you more in touch with your partner! Don't forget to talk out your desires and feelings.
Control Stress and Anxiety to Make Sex Better
The body is only ready for sex when the mind is in a healthy state. If you've been struggling a lot with anxiety and stress recently, it can lead to general disinterest in sex or outright erectile dysfunction.
These feelings make it challenging to focus on your desire for your partner. Furthermore, stress is both a physical and sexual issue.
Physical responses to stress like increased blood pressure and high cortisol levels also contribute directly to diminished sexual function.
Cortisol harms Sexual Performance mainly because it eats away at the body's ability to produce Testosterone and Growth Hormone.
This also means that you can diminish the impact of stress both through physical and psychological means. Going for a daily jog or heading to the gym a few times per week can prove highly beneficial.
Taking steps to manage mental stress, including meditation, therapy, or just improved communication, can also be highly effective at improving your sexual proclivity.
Stop Smoking to Have Better Sex
There is a multitude of reasons to quit smoking, but tobacco products have a terrible effect on sexual health and potency. Cigarettes have a detrimental effect on circulation and blood pressure, which both must be controlled appropriately to maintain adequate romantic desire and ability.
Study after study shows that men that quit smoking report improved erectile function and improved sexual wellness.
Achieve Better Communication to Enhance Sex
Romance is as much a form of communication as it is an expression of desire and passion.
If you're not open with your partner, this can have a frigid effect on your sex life. If there's anything that's been bothering you about your relationship, it's going to get in the way of your sexual ability. The same goes for your partner.
This applies both to sexual concerns and those related to your interpersonal dynamics as well.
You'll also find that discussing your wants, needs, and hesitations with your partner will help you get what you want out of your relationship, both emotionally and physically.
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