After hitting the puberty, I’d over-rate sex.I would think that it’s an exciting activity for which couples would manage time every day to spice up their schedule.However, I was awestruck when I heard something like “losing interest in sex.”
I asked myself to wake up and smell the coffee because I was told people don’t do sex every day as it’s like any other usual activity which people may lose interest in doing.
Some call it losing interest in sex; some consider it as losing interest in the partner itself.
Well, whatever be the reality— the ultimate outcome is— the relationship between the couples detriments.So, are there ways to gaining back the sexual interest?
Of course, there are legitimate methods for reaching the low-hanging sexual desire and snatching them provided you want really want to change the course of the relationship.
If you or your partner is reluctant about moving a positive step, the tips are not meant for you; however, you may go on to read otherwise.
Facing the reality
More often than not, the loss of sexual interest or libido has more to do with our psychological state than the physical state.
But before we go on to proceed with enhancing the sexual interest, we must face reality that “we are having the sexual issues in distincting a bad sex life with the good one.”
A lot of couples ignore reality because they don’t want to burden their partners with emotional baggage.
If you have created a denying world where you don’t want to speak up about your loss of sexual interest with your partner, you are probably cheating yourself.
Facing reality is important because before you speak about your sexual interest with anyone, you need to answer yourself.
Don’t fall in the trap of your delusion where you believe that “No, I love having sex with my partner” despite not enjoying it.
Get out of the denial mode, and acknowledge the fact that loss of libido is a common issue.
Your relationship is no special than anyone which is impervious to such disorders; instead, it is just another relationship.
Giving damn to the blood flow
The blood flow in your body is a preamble to a healthy lifestyle which also includes sex life.
Managing blood flow could mean the world to your sex life because the healthy blood flow defines your health, mood, interest, energy, etc.
Start giving plenty of damn to the blood vessels and the blood flow by hitting the gym or other practicing other physical activities.
The cardiovascular activities ensure that the blood vessels stay elastic and dilated good enough to carry blood, nutrients, sexual signals and responses for boosting the sex life.
Take care of your blood vessels to qualify for the next great sexual session and restoring the same.
Giving stress the final stress.
Your sex life will get a severe beating if you have allowed too much stress in your life.
When you stress yourself excessively, you allow the “feel-bad” hormone to spread in the bloodstream which interferes with your sexual mood and urge.
If you wish a long-lasting sexual desire, find out the different ways to get over your stress.After all, stressing the stress could help you regain the lost sexual glory.
See to it that you take a break from the monotonous routine, and add stress releasing activities for leveling up your sex life.
Taking a stranger’s advice.
It’s human nature to take our fellow companions and family members for granted.
We weigh the advice of strangers more than our loved ones.Apply the same rule when it comes to amplifying your sexual interest.
Make new friends on the social media (opposite sex if you are straight), and discuss your low sexual interest.
The idea of talking with the stranger is to find whether you lack sexual interest in general or just with your partner.
I’d advise you to talk out your issue with the sexologist— the best strangers who understand you more than your partner.