5 Ways To Restore Your Sex Life

5 Ways To Restore Your Sex Life

Intimacy droughts can happen in any relationship. In the beginning, you can’t keep your hands off each other. Later the oxytocin wears off, and responsibilities kick in. Whether it’s your careers, raising a family, busy schedules, or simply aging together… sexual needs can feel deserted.

But don’t give up on sex altogether. It’s important to rebuild the sexual oasis you once thrived in. No matter your age, you deserve a healthy, fun sex life. If you are ready to restore that loving feeling, read on. Joylux has put together our best tips to revive sexual intimacy so that you can delight in all the health benefits of sex and intimate pleasure.

Have You Lost That Loving Feeling?

Many issues can drive a wedge between you and your partner. Medical conditions, relationship problems, busy schedules, and even our changing bodies can send our sex lives packing. But no matter how long it’s been since you and your partner were intimate, it’s never too late to restore your sex life.

Here are 5 ways to bring back the spark and restore intimate wellness:

  1. Restore emotional intimacy. Physical intimacy begins healing when you work on your emotional connection. If you and your partner have distanced emotionally, it will show up in the bedroom. Make an effort to respond to your partner with love and respect. Learn to ask for what you want and to express your feelings without the fear of rejection. Show up treating your partner the way you want to be treated. So long as you aren’t facing serious relationship issues, this can be a great way to bring sex back into your life.
  2. Spend more time together. This sounds simple, but partners often grow apart and begin filling their schedules with outside things. The time you spend is meant to foster a quality connection and increase intimacy, not to simply be in the same room. Turn off all distractions, keep your phones at bay, and do something fun, challenging, and new.
  3. Hold hands more often. The simple act of holding hands, touching, kissing, and being physically close to one another is a great way to extend foreplay. A simple touch can release oxytocin, which is the same chemical we release during orgasm.
  4. Allow tension to build. Sex shouldn’t just happen in the bedroom five minutes before you fall asleep. Your brain is your largest sex organ, and the more you stimulate it around sex, the easier it is to get turned on when it’s time to slip between the sheets. Talk about fantasies, steal kisses when your partner least expects it, and try sexual touch without intercourse for longer periods.
  5. Keep it low pressure. Enjoy sex simply to explore each other without the pressure of the Big O. If you or your partner avoid sex due to sexual dysfunction, take the goal of orgasm off the table and focus more on the connection between the two of you.

Restore Your Sexual Confidence & Wellness

Sex offers incredible health benefits. It can be healing both physically and emotionally. It’s never too late to restore a healthy sex life with your partner, no matter how long it’s been. Be aware that your body may need some extra help preparing for sex if you’ve gone through menopause. This may mean extended foreplay, a quality lubricant, or even a sexual wellness device to help with vaginal health, like vFit.

XO, Colette Courtion, Founder and CEO