7. Sex therapy can also work to maintain your sexual health.
Before you come to a decision to see a sex therapist, take the time to dig in and explore whether it is truly what you need. Sex therapy will not teach you how to have sex. Instead, it helps remove anxieties, change attitudes and behaviour, so that normal response is not inhibited.
Now you may ask what happens in a sex therapy session. Lots of people come to sex therapy after personal behaviour therapy fails, to help them with their intersexual problems. In most cases sex therapy deals with emotive issues, which hamper fundamental sexual problems. It also applies behavioral proficiencies to deal with the physiological symptoms.
8. Don’t forget to enjoy foreplay.
Even though you may be anxious or excited, do not jump to it. Take your time and give the other person time to warm up by indulging in extended foreplay. Make sure you are amply aroused before intercourse. Else sex can be more of a pain than pleasure and it can really be a disastrous experience.
9. Manage your aging sex life effectively.
Your desire for sex may plummet because of the low levels of testosterone in your body or because of age-linked health conditions. Medically, it is suggested that you should not be focused on achieving orgasm, but you should start enjoying each other’s bodies and compatibility.
Don’t rely too much on unnecessary drugs and always make it a point to talk to your doctor before starting any new medication routine, as it may have an adverse affect on your sexual desire.
Masturbating, sensual massages, kissing, cuddling and maintaining open channels of communication are all essential to revive your interest in sex.