Simple ways to spice up sex (regardless of your age)
Look, we all know that sex with the same person has a tendency – and unwanted and unwelcome tendency, but a tendency nonetheless – to get a little bit stale over time.
After seeing the same person naked for more than a year (or more than a couple of decades, as the case may be), it’s pretty difficult to not pick up on all of their favorite moves, all of their favorite moments, and all of their favorite positions – and then, like your favorite movie or meal, we have a tendency of wearing it out.
This, obviously, is a big no-no.
However, if you want to add a little bit of spice back into the bedroom – regardless of how many times you’ve had happy birthday sang to you – you’re going to want to focus in on these tips and tricks.
There is absolutely no reason whatsoever to have to put up with the “same old, same old” – and the odds are pretty good that she isn’t going to want to anyway!
Let’s dive right in!
Give yourself a tuneup
If it’s been a while since you’ve visited your doctor and had a talk with them about your sex life, you’re probably overdue.
After you hit your 30s, it’s not a bad idea to visit the doctor at least once a year for an annual checkup. You’ll know exactly how well you’re doing with your health, get a little bit of advance notice about anything that you need to address, and cut off minor health problems before they turn into major issues.
On top of that, you’ll be able to get out in front of erectile dysfunction, or even get your hands on that little blue pill Viagra (or any other sildenafil-based prescription drug created for the same purpose).
If you’ve had a bit of trouble “rising to the occasion”, this amazing little solution is nothing short of a modern miracle!
Learn a little something from Game of Thrones
No, we’re not talking about planning something like the “Read Wedding” here.
What we are talking about, however, is trying to figure out her wildest fantasy – and that doing absolutely everything you can to bring it to life.
According to clinical psychologists in New York City, just about every single human being on the face of the earth has a number of sexual fantasies that they do just about anything to enjoy – but they may not be all that crazy about sharing them even with the people that their most intimate with. The government even check out the impact of role play simulation.
Try to create a safe place for her to share her fantasies with you (it’s usually pretty specific, so you’ll know exactly what you need to bring to the table), and that do whatever it takes to bring it to life.
It’s something that the two of you will never forget.
Let her sleep with someone else
One of the most effective ways to add a bit of extra spice to a relationship that has been going on for a while is to bring someone else into the bedroom.
Luckily, you don’t have to become a swinger or let somebody else step up to bat for you (unless that’s your thing) to make this a reality for the both of you.
Role-playing is a tremendously effective way to bring someone else into the bedroom, and it all starts with a bit of costuming confidence.
Believe it or not, there has even been some research to suggest that role-playing excites men enough to “cure” erectile dysfunction in the heat of the moment – a solution that may be more effective were more accessible to you if you haven’t been able to get your hands on a steady supply of Viagra.
Gamble a little bit
Risk and reward have always motivated human beings, outside of the bedroom as well as in.
If you can find ways to add a little bit of risk to your sexual activities, you’re definitely (DEFINITELY) going to be able to spice things up more thing both of you had probably expected.
Again, you need to make sure that you’re both on the exact same page at that you are completely and totally comfortable with everything that happens, but if you’re able to open up that dialogue – and really dive headfirst into some “risky” situations – you’re going to be rewarded with a bit of melt your face activity.
It’s going to be unforgettable.