Lifestyle choices may have a negative or positive influence on your libido. While some habits may kill your sex drive, others heighten it.
These five habits should be avoided if you desire to improve your sexuality;
You have a sweet tooth
Sugar gets converted to glucose and provides the needed energy for each day’s work. But consuming sugar too frequently may be detrimental to your sexual health. Women with a high level of blood sugar may experience difficulty in sexual stimulation and arousal.
Sugar has also been identified as one of the causes of erectile dysfunction in men. So you might want to strike a balance when next you decide to binge eat a pack of candy or monitor how much carbonated-drink you consume per day.
You’re always stressed out
There’s nothing wrong in being industrious in your choice discipline but it’s important to note your health limits. Stress may leave you so drained that you’ll have no thought for sexual activity. Try to prioritize your daily tasks and take out time to relax or sleep when you’re worn out.
Lack of exercise
Regular exercise produces enough endorphins needed to boost your sexual excitement. Cardiovascular exercise increases blood flow, while pelvic exercise like ‘Kegels’ can help women experience better orgasm by strengthening the vagina muscles.
Exercising also provides you with strength and flexibility you’ll need to explore different sexual positions.
Too much alcohol/caffeine
Your diet plays a major role in your sexual health. Too much alcohol may lead to premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction and lower sexual desires.
You might also want to cut down on your morning coffee. Too much caffeine may cause your adrenal glands to kick into high gear and release stress hormones to your body.
This will consequently reduce your desire for sex. Deliberately indulge in diets that nourish your libido. Dates, watermelon, avocados are good sex drive fruits.
Spending so much time on your phone may increase your anxiety level and make sex less appealing to you.
Aside from this, it could also create a psychological distance between you and your partner especially when he/she is not the one keeping you online. If you realize you’re addicted to your phone, take out time to go on breaks and connect with your partner.
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