Good health and good sex go hand in hand.
A few lifestyle changes can improve your sex life, increase libido, and help with sexual problems such as female sexual dysfunction and erectile dysfunction.
Make sure to eat a single eight-ounce cup of low-fat yogurt every day. Yogurt boosts passion for easier arousal, and is an excellent source of protein for increasing metabolism and losing weight.
Drink water throughout the day. Water continuously flushes your digestive system, moving food particles along at a rapid rate, which leads to weight loss. Even better, a well-hydrated body is a well-lubricated body, making sex much more comfortable.
Exercise can act as an aphrodisiac because it causes the body to release endorphins. Endorphins not only give you the feeling of a ‘runner’s high’ but may also help produce testosterone, which powers your sex drive. People who exercise regularly are more easily aroused and reach orgasm quicker than those who don’t. In a University of Vermont College of Medicine study of women aged 45 to 55, the subjects’ sexual satisfaction correlated directly to their fitness level.
Soak up the sun
Just 20 minutes of real spring/summer sunlight (or year ’round if you live in warmer climates) per day without sunscreen causes the production of the skin pigment melanin (made from tyrosine), which can heat up your libido.
Nicotine initially helps to get your sex drive up, but in the long run it destroys your ability to become aroused.
Stress management techniques such as meditation and yoga can also help improve your sex life. Stress is a silent killer — worse in some ways than heart disease or even cancer. It’s self-induced, it ages your body, and is gradual. Stress also raises cortisol and adrenaline levels, which can interfere with sex response hormones. Healing hormones are released during meditation.
Get More Sleep
Lack of sleep has been linked to erectile dysfunction and female sexual response problems. As with stress reduction methods, beneficial hormones are released during sleep. If sleep is interrupted by apnea, stress, medication, and so on, that affects brain chemistry as well as mood. Getting enough rest can help increase your libido and improve your sex life.
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