Healthy sex life is essential for everyone, as it can provide a positive effect on one’s emotion especially on married couples. In today society, chores, kids, finances and so on are always the dampers on the sex life romance. These things can interfere with both our desire and finding the time to put into our sex life. Here are the 8 proven ways for married couples to keep up a healthy sex life.
Flirt with each other
Most of the married couples neglected this part in their marriage life. That’s why bringing flirting back into your repertoire keeps things exciting, fresh and new (yeah, even if you can’t remember life before you were married). Send a workday sex message (they’re not just for millennials); or keep it analog and place your hand on his thigh, for a little too long…at dinner with your in-laws. Wow, look at you, you sex fiend.
Time Scheduling For Sex
Sure, it feels awkward to have “sexy time” scribbled in at 10:45 p.m. But life gets crazy-busy, and just like we need to make time for exercise or watching Real Housewives, we need to make time for our sex lives. There’s no shame in looking beyond spontaneity. Permission granted to put it in your Google Cal.
Avoid Sex During Bedtime
It is not necessary to have sex with your husband or wife before bedtime. Therefore, the main key thing is to figure out the timing that will work best for both of you. If both of you are early birds, 7:00 a.m. in the morning may be the best time for both of you. Or maybe you press snooze until you actually have to leave the house, but he feels gross after eating dinner—how about right after work? Great. See you there.
Takes Turn To Initiate
Again: Beware of falling into patterns. Just because your husband is usually the one who initiates things doesn’t mean he always has to captain the ship. Share the load. Break the cycle of monotony.
Tidy Up Your Bedroom Regularly
Bear in mind, constantly keeping your personal space clean and fresh makes it all the more inviting for you to be intimate. Better yet, if you share the chore, you’re both in on a little secret.
Open Up Sex Topics With Your Partner
It is healthy to share your thoughts about sex with your partner. New to the convo? Grab some paper and pens and sit down. Now, record down 2 to 3 “big ideas” you each want more from the other during sex (e.g., being more talkative, more seductive, more instructive, etc.). Share what you wrote and ask each other questions. Then, time for your homework assignment: Try out what your partner wrote down. The more comfortable you two get communicating about sex, the better your sex lives can be.
Keep A Tally On Your Sex Session
No, they don’t have it on their kitchen chalkboard (at least, we hope not), but they’re cognizant of how much sex they’re having since it’s such an indicator of other things going on in a relationship. Down a bit this month? Let’s talk about it.
Do It Even You’re Not In The Mood
Here’s the thing: Sex begets sex. Many couples discover that if they force themselves to have sex, soon it doesn’t become work and they remember that they like sex. The body responds with a flood of brain chemicals and other changes that can help.” So, it’s kinda like the natural Viagra for your sex life is just…more sex. We love a simple solution.