One thing we can all agree on is that at one point in our sexual lives, sex wasn’t all that it’s supposed to be. This is fairly common especially to people in long term relationships. These couples go through up and downs and the result is two people who are bored and uninspired by their sex life. It is because of this that we have come up with these five ways that are guaranteed to spice up your sex life:
5 ways to spice up your sex life.
1- Communication is key
This is a vital cog in the sex life of a couple. If you are thinking of or fantasizing about trying new things in the sack, it doesn't hurt to communicate this to your partner. Yes, we understand it might come with consequences but it's better to bite the bullet and get your message out there. It also helps your sex life when you share what you want, like or dislike in the bedroom with your sexual partner and vice versa. This will help you both get back to the passion, desire, and satisfaction of lovemaking. Don't be afraid to be honest – if your partner doesn't enjoy talking about sex then perhaps they're not the right person for you.
2- Self-pleasure in front of each other
Most people won’t agree with this but mutual masturbation is a huge turn on. You and your partner can take turns pleasing yourselves as the other watches. Your partner can also join in the fun by caressing the rest of your body as you masturbate and vice versa. You can also spice up your sex life by showing your partner how you like to be pleasured.
3- Introducing sex toys
If you think you have a boring sex life then adult sex toys are what you need. Introduce your partner to these wonderful gadgets that take sexual pleasure to a whole e other level. Some toys can be used solo while others serve you both. The use of toys during sex is also a sure way to spice up your sex life. The female sexual partner can use simulators to enhance her pleasure as the male penetrates her.
4- Set the Mood/location
Most couples usually have sex with the lights on or light off. If your regular routine hasn't been effective, you should consider trying something different. Try and set the mood by curating a sex playlist, using scented candles and some lingerie. If these don't work, you could always try having sex in new locations. The bedroom is comfortable but can become boring. Embrace an adventurous attitude n=and try having sex in the kitchen or garage.
5- See a sex therapist.
If the aforementioned methods haven't worked for you and your partner you should consider visiting a certified sex therapist. This form of therapy doesn't deal with problems but is a sure way to learn about your partner and develop your sex life. Search for a sex therapist close to you and schedule a sit-down.
These five ways are sure to help you and your partner overcome your sexual problems.