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Has it been months since you had sex with your partner? Has sex become a bore? Do you find your partner unsatisfied with the amount of passion you put in lovemaking? The good news is that there are lots of things you can do to change the situation.
It’s not the sexual act itself but what leads up to it, and how you plan it that makes a huge difference in sustaining your love life for years together. The most successful secrets for better sex life work because they involve imagination – letting the other partner think that something special is going to happen.
If you are looking for easy and smart solutions to spice up your sex life, then here are eight tips that you can use to plan your lovemaking and put that extra energy into your relationship. Making use of existing research and trends is a useful way to make the best use of sexual knowledge. This will bring in the WOW factor in your bed!
Wear red: An old trick that never fails
A sexual trick doesn’t need to be about the sexual act itself – as it takes two people to dance the sexy tango – is to take the plunge in a red dress and see how your man turns his attention to you. As per a University of Rochester psychologist, a study showed that men rated women much better if they wore dresses in shades of red.
For unattached people, the following sentence is a powerful incentive. "Men also were more likely to say they wanted to have sex with a woman and that they would be willing to spend more on a date if she were in red," reported the American study.
Go Yoga: Stretch to stretch your orgasm
Yoga comes from the land of Kamasutra, the famous and ancient Indian book on lovemaking. But if you look closely at some of the pictures in the Kamasutra – many of the poses have their origin in yoga. Men can increase the time they take to orgasm by practicing certain poses on a daily basis.
All you need to do is do pelvic and back stretching exercises as these improve pelvic muscle control and core strength so that you can last longer in bed. After all, you don’t want your partner to be unsatisfied?
Silent bedroom is not good for great sex
A sexual tip that needs to be emphasized is that speaking up in the bedroom is a turn on and not a turn off. Expressing what you want from your partner or wanting to experiment improves sexual performance as both partners come out more satisfied.
In fact, talking during sex is a motivator – and you can be funny, witty or empathetic – and it will pay rich dividends.
Humour is the best preparation for great sexWatching a comedy show relaxes you and puts you in a good mood prior to a sex session. Research shows that laughing increases blood circulation, and works up your cardiovascular system – all of which are useful for a mutually satisfactory love making bout!
Don’t underestimate morning sex
If there’s one sex trick you should not miss – it’s utilizing some of your mornings for unplanned sex. Morning sex is better health-wise and most importantly for men – they last longer and finish stronger in the morning! So, make time for sex in the morning.
In the morning you are well-rested and the testosterone levels have already peaked some hours back – making you perfectly in shape for a passionate sexual encounter.
Exercise provides sexual dividendsIf you and your partner keep fit your performance in bed is more likely to be of your liking. It reduces risk of erectile dysfunction among men and improves sexual stamina among women.
Go purple in your bedroomA new British study has found that people having purple bed covers or furniture have more active sex lives. Such couples have more sexual encounters in a week. The same study stated that the colour grey did not arouse as much passion in them. As a sexual trick, the use of colour purple could put an extra zing in your book of sex secrets.
Wine: Men, make sure your woman has a glassIt’s generally known that a little alcohol affects women faster. Having a glass of wine can be the perfect preparation for a great night of sex. So order that glass of wine, bottoms up, and then head for your bedroom!
Written by: Rohit Karir
Date last updated: Novemeber 18, 2014