Sex and life Q & A: How to lead a healthy sex life
What does it mean to have a healthy sex life? How much sex is healthy? Whether you are solo, dating or have been in a relationship for years, you may have a few questions. How much sex is a healthy amount? How can I improve my sex life? Or how can I increase sexual enjoyment for both me and my partner?
This Sex and Life Q and A will try and answer these questions and some other frequently asked questions.
Disclaimer: the world of sexual pleasure is highly subjective. We are not trying to provide any definitive answers. There are no definitive answers. We are just offering an opinion and hope some of you will find these sex and life answers useful.
Sex and life Q & A: How much sex is healthy?
How many times a week should you have sex? There is no universal answer to this question, and there is no such thing as the average sex life. Perhaps the best way to answer this is to ask another question. If you’re in a couple, are you both sexually fulfilled? If the answer is yes, then you are probably having enough sex. But real fulfillment comes from quality rather than quantity. Rather than the amount, you should focus on having fulfilling sex for you and your partner.
Sex and life Q & A: How can I get better at sex?
If you are wondering the quickest way to improve your sex life is communication. If you have ever read any online guides about how to get better in bed for guys, you might have seen that confidence, stamina or knowledge of sexual positions are high on the list. But communication with your partner is the most important thing. Why? Because it’s the key to finding out how to truly please your partner.
When it comes to sex tips for men, communication is the key to improving your couple's sex. Try not to make any assumptions of what your partner likes in bed, instead set a little time to talk about your sex. This may be a little scary or awkward to talk so openly. But make the convo fun by cracking open a bottle of wine. Listen to each other’s desires and what is working and what is not. Remember to listen actively and think of ways you can integrate your partner’s desire into your sex life.
Slow the tempo
Try slowing everything down. Female pleasure and arousal can build much more slowly over time. Enjoy this journey with your partner.
Perhaps the most common response when women were asked what one thing would improve their sex life with their partner was more foreplay. Spending more time stimulating your partner before penetration can dramatically increase
And foreplay shouldn’t just be a prelude to penetration. Many women need some clitoral stimulation to attain climax, so don’t stop just because you have moved onto penetration.. So use the tips in this guide and enter the world of anal play today.