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5 Ways To Have a Healthy Sex Life

Thursday, 16 Dec 2010 10:17 AM

It is said that physical intimacy is one of the keys to a happy marriage. But, keeping the spark alive and burning can sometimes take some work, especially in long term relationships. To keep interest and intimacy alive, you should consider some of the following ways to have a healthy sex life.
EAT HEALTHY to have a healthy sex life. By eating right, you will feel good and therefore able to enjoy a more active sex life. Foods such as strawberries, mangoes, eggs, and liver all promote overall good health and will help you perform better in the bedroom. healthy sex life advice
EXERCSISE on a regular basis, as those who exercise perform better in bed, have increased stamina, and the ability to achieve orgasms more easily. Additionally, medical experts show that regular moderate-level exercise will also help those with erectile dysfunction and low libido.
GET MORE SLEEP starting tonight, if you want to improve your sex life. Increasing the amount of sleep you get will give you more energy and increase your sex drive. It will also improve your mood and may help relieve depression. Even adding as little as 1/2 hour per week could help your sex life improve dramatically.
TALK TO YOUR PARTNER about any issues the two of you are having and don't be embarrassed to discuss all the details. Additionally, have a talk with your doctor if the problem seems to be erectile dysfunction or low sex drive. Talk to your partner about your likes, dislikes, fantasies, and desires. Don't be afraid to venture out of your comfort zone and try new things. Listen to your partner and add some spark to your sex life by trying something new.
By eating right, exercising, getting more sleep, and communicating with your partner and doctor, you can have a happy and healthy sex life for many years to come.

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