How To Improve Your Sex Life?

profile
Zac Walker
Dec 26, 2019   •  47 views
vidar-nordli-mathisen-f4oms-slujc-unsplash-1--k4mk2e8n

While it is true that sex isn’t everything, there’s no denying that it’s definitely one of the most important aspects of our lives. We’re not just talking about sex in an intimate relationship but also casual (even recreational) sex, which can be used to improve one’s mood, as well as health (both physical and mental). Now, while some people are more than content with the way things are going at the moment, there’s always a way to make things fresher and more interesting. With that in mind and without further ado, here are several ways in which both those who are single and those who are in a committed relationship can improve their sex life.

Talk about your fantasies

One of the biggest problems when it comes to improving your sex life lies in the fact that a lot of people are too timid to talk about their fantasies. Even when it comes to something simple and common, a lot of people have trouble verbalizing their ideas, mostly out of fear that they’ll be misinterpreted. This is particularly common in relationships (even those based on trust and mutual understanding), seeing as how some people fear that things said in the sack may affect the day-to-day dynamics of their relationship. 

For instance, things uttered during the dirty talk (which is as vanilla as it gets) is something that doesn’t necessarily represent the way in which you perceive your partner. The same goes for fetishes like BDSM which doesn’t necessarily translate into the dynamics of the relationship. For example, just because you’re the more dominant in bed this doesn’t mean that you’re more dominant in the relationship. Also, just because your sex involves spanking (even slapping) this doesn’t make your relationship violent or abusive. What happens in bed stays in bed but the only way for you to make this delineation is to talk about it.

Do some research

The next thing you need to keep in mind is the fact that there are so many things out there that you haven’t even thought of (no matter how creative you are). There are some positions that never crossed your mind, role-play scenarios that you would have never come up within a million years. Fortunately, with the internet on your side, there’s no limit to your possibilities. Start doing some research and, if you find something that seems particularly interesting, make sure to bounce it off your partner (or future partner). It’s also a smart idea to bookmark it or write it down so that you don’t forget it later on.

Take care of yourself

There’s one thing that a lot of people are afraid to admit and that’s the fact that a good masturbation session (especially one enhanced with pornography, toys and suitable lubrication) is better than bad (even average) sex. Therefore, looking for a way to “take care of yourself” needs to become one of your top priorities. Keep in mind that it’s not just about being self-reliant, seeing as how masturbation can never completely replace sex. It’s about intimacy, mood improvement and health benefits that come along with it.

Now, we come to one of the most controversial subjects when it comes to the topic of improving your sex life – the use of escort services. First of all, it’s undeniable that sex with someone you love is far superior, yet, sex has the value of its own, even outside of the bounds of a happy monogamous relationship. In fact, by eliminating the sexual frustration from your life (by finding a nearby escort service or a brothel) you’ll have a lot easier time telling apart a physical from an emotional relationship. For instance, a Victoria-based resident can look for an establishment such as The New Harem brothel in Melbourne.

You set the rules

One of the most frustrating things in sex (as well as in life, in general) is the concept of letting others tell you what is normal or appropriate. When it comes to sex, any sort of arrangement between consenting adults that doesn’t endanger anyone’s life or wellbeing is completely normal. In other words, the question of what is normal is something that only you and your partner can give an answer to. Once you realize that you’re the one setting the rules, things will start looking up.

Focus on yourself

While this may sound a bit funny, you would be surprised to learn that a surprisingly large percentage of sexually active people can’t climax because they’re more focused on pleasing their partner than pleasing themselves. This is a dangerous practice that is bound to backfire in more than one way. First of all, the fact that you’re restricting your own pleasure will make you less enjoy your sexual encounters. Second, upon the cognition that you’re not enjoying yourself (at least as much as you could) will make your partner feel less comfortable. Overall, in order to become better at sex, you must first learn how to please yourself.

In conclusion

The last thing you need to avoid is getting too stressed out about sex. You see, by its very nature, sex is supposed to be one of the most beautiful things out there, a sensation for both you and your partner to enjoy. Worrying too much about your “performance” will only put unnecessary stress on you. Keep in mind that in order to fully enjoy sex, you need to relax and focus on the sensation itself rather than worry about the logistics. Only after you fully embrace this mindset will you be able to finally get the most out of sex and drastically improve your sex life.

0



  0