Finding it hard to make love during the lockdown: A few ways to rejuvenate your sex life
Wednesday, 10 June 2020

 The COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent measures to curb the spread of the virus are putting pressure on virtually all aspects of life – including the intimate relationships people have with their partners. While the CoVID-19 pandemic has forced people to get closer, the extra time you’re now spending with your significant other can be a blessing but also turn out to be a curse for your sex life. This is something most people may have been surprised to notice in their sex lives. For most people, the pandemic has certainly changed how they respond to the desire for sex.

 Having said that, what is the best way to ensure your intimate relationship and sex life is healthy and it continues to remain that way? Here are a few useful tips.

Maintain Open Communication

Good communication is vital to any relationship and maintaining an active and healthy sex life in marriage, so you should talk to each other more. You can talk about superficial things as it can be fun, but also make an effort to go deeper in your conversations to really establish that intimacy. Try to share some of your innermost feelings and thoughts with each other on a regular basis. Remember that sexual intimacy is always a continuous process of discovery. Science reveals that genuine intimacy through good communication is a central aspect of making sex feel great.

Get Touchy

Despite medical advice against touching other people during this pandemic period, the truth of the matter is that human beings naturally hanker for touch. Not only does touch make us feel loved and comforted, but it also helps to release chemicals that are responsible for that calming sensation. Additionally, physical affection reduces the hormones associated with stress. Since you and your partner are damn sure that nobody is a victim of COVID-19, you should hold hands, hug and touch you partner more often to let those hormones do their thing. You could even try surprising your partner with a romantic evening involving a sensual full-body massage to spruce things up before you head to the bedroom.

Let your Creative Juices Flow

Try to explore new ways to get to know your partner a lot better. Explore new things that can enhance your sexual desire and intimacy. Try dressing up in a way that is daring to excite your partner if you’re comfortable with it. You can also try role playing with your partner to make things more interesting.

Try Buying Sex Boosters

Your health and age can all have an impact on your sex life and cause ebbs and flows when it comes to performance. If you have a problem getting an erection and maintaining it until your partner is satisfied, it’s good to try sex boosters. You can buy Viagra online if you’re not comfortable facing your pharmacist for a purchase. However, this is not something you should be ashamed of and its best to discuss with your partner about your problem so that you can come up with a solution that will leave both of you satisfied.

It is possible that your sex life has stopped feeling as exciting as it used to before the lockdown period because you’ve probably had more sex with your partner than at any other time in your relationship. However, this doesn’t mean that you have to live that way. With these tips, you can instantly rejuvenate that spark you initially had in the early days of your relationship.
 
 
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