Regardless of your age, gender or sexual orientation, here are some tips to make your sex life more exciting.
1.Learn to express your needs to your partner. "There are no bad lovers, only bad communicators," says Jamia's colleague Logan Levkov. Communicating what you like and don't like in intimate relationships — when you feel good or bad , tell your partner.
2.Identify your object of rejection. Rather than trying to find and add what excites you, it's easier to remove what excites you. For example, if a messy house is stressing you out, you will be more actively involved if the house is clean, rather than coming home and seeing rose petals on the bed (in a messy house). Making small changes by removing things you don't like can greatly improve your sex life.
3.Exercise, exercise can release endorphins and hormones and also help you adjust to your body. Especially during aging, exercise can help increase desire, especially in women.
4.Maintain strong emotional intimacy, and the emotional climate of your relationship can have a huge impact on your sex life. If the relationship atmosphere is harmful or negative, it will greatly affect your sexuality.
5.Try new things. According to a study conducted by Jamea, those who are curious and open to new experiences generally report higher levels of sexual satisfaction. Be open to new ideas and don't be afraid to try new things with your partner.
6. Practice living mindfully. Living with your heart can be as simple as feeling the warmth of the sun on your face as you take a walk, or noticing the taste of your food. These allow your body and mind to adapt to your senses, which are an important part of intimacy.
7.Try fantasy. Many people shy away from fantasies or feel guilty for not being with their partner as they thought they were. However, there is nothing wrong with letting your mind wander. Sexual fantasies are uniquely human and one of the tools to make your sex life more exciting.
8. Be open to change and try new things. As we get older, we can't do things the way we used to. But that doesn't mean you should stop having sex. Conversely, those who are curious and open to new experiences generally report higher levels of sexual satisfaction, according to a study conducted by Jamea. Be open to new ideas and don't be afraid to try new things with your partner.
9.Make time for intimacy. When couples have different and busy schedules, sex can take a back seat. While natural sex is seen as the gold standard, planned sex can turn into a big deal. Then it becomes a priority, not an afterthought.