When asked to define SEX, what comes to your mind? Am asking you?whatever comes to your mind is definitely how you are wired, because sex is such a vital part of our life, how you respond to it determines alot about you and your relationship
However you wish to see sex is a personal issue to you and your partner, it is a love language and since its a language, you should try as much as possible to learn the love language of your partner so both of you can communicate well.
That is what we call sexual communication; the transfer of sexual energy between you and your partner.
Since sex plays a vital role in romantic relationship and marital life, learning the tricks behind it will definitely spice up your relationship.
Did i tell you sex is also a therapy if you have a connection with your partner. Since you enjoy it why not grab some few tips you can bring on to your relationships and spice things up in the bedroom.
These sex habits a have been proven to help couples enkindle the sexual sparks they had when they were dating, its just some simple do-able habits for your sex life.
COMMUNICATE YOUR SEX NEEDS
Unless you’re bedding a mind reader, you’ll have to open up and communicate your sexual needs to your partner. As Dr. Laura Berman wrote on Everyday Health, “if you don’t tell your wife or husband what you want and need, they won’t be able to give it to you.” Berman added that this talking about sex is especially important in a long-term relationship, so that even if things are great now, if issues arise, you’ll have the language to talk to each other about it.
TURN OFF YOUR ELECYRONIC GADGETS
Relationship expert Andrea Syrtash explained to Good Housekeeping that tech distractions can hamper a couple’s sex life because more screen time means less couple time. Part of this is simple time management. “Many women say that there’s no time for sex, but admit to checking Facebook an hour before bed,” said Syrtash. Even just having a TV in the bedroom can drastically reduce the amount of sexy times in a given relationship. Powering down your phones, laptops, and tablets each night may be a good call.
THINK OUTSIDE BED TIME
According to the editors at Cosmopolitan, couples who have sex at odd times have a better sex life overall, so following their lead to kick things off “right after work or in the morning” may be the best bet. Waiting until you’re both ready to sleep may not be ideal, so it could be fun to experiment with mornings or afternoons. Why not give it a shot?
DON’T WEAR MUCH OR NOTHING AT ALL
or nothing at all. As dating expert Ken Solin explained in the Huffington Post, wearing ratty sweats to bed may hamper your sex life. But lingerie (or less) can only help matters. In Solin’s words,”You want to have more sex? Go to bed wearing the same kind of sexy lingerie you used to wear when you were dating.”
MAKE OUT TIME FOR THE ACT
Clinical psychologist Ursula Ofman explained in the New York Post that couples who make time for sex — even scheduling it if necessary — were able to keep their sex lives going strong despite busy lives. “People feel sex should come naturally. It’s true, it should, but we have a very busy culture where there’s a lot of distraction and chronic exhaustion,” said Ofman. At any rate, this could make your Day Planner more interesting to read.
USE YOUR HAND FOR THE TOUCH, TOUCH IN BED
Even when you sleep. A study conducted by psychologist Professor Richard Wiseman at the Edinburgh International Science Festival found that couples who sleep in closer proximity had stronger relationships overall. As Professor Wiseman noted, “94% of couples who spent the night in contact with one another were happy with their relationship
It’s easy for long-term relationships to become more Netflix than chill. But it’s important to keep dating and sharing experiences together. Leah Millheiser, MD, director of the Female Sexual Medicine Program at Stanford Hospital & Clinics, explained to Health that making this time is crucial for a relationship and worth the hassle of securing a babysitter. “If it’s too expensive to hire a nanny, ask your friends with kids to watch yours for the night and offer to return the favor,” said Millheiser. You and your partner need time to bond.
WORK IT OUT, EXERCISE IMPROVES YOUR SEX LIFE
In the gym. As marriage researcher Terri Orbuch, Ph.D. explained to TIME, activities that increase your heart rate can lead to a positive effect on your desire. “Endorphins from exercise give you an adrenaline rush that boosts arousal,” said Orbuch. This might be a great time to find a new sport you both love.