Let's Talk About Sex

Posted by Camille VanBuskirk on

It’s satisfying to achieve your physique goals and perform well in the gym, but there’s another important place where you want to perform your best--the bedroom. Maintaining an active and busy lifestyle can sometimes take a toll on your sex life, so we’ve put together a list of tips to keep performing your best.


Stay Active!

Many people think this has adverse effects on your libido, but staying active will keep your heart in shape so you don’t get tired too easily. Lifting weights or even doing cardio for 30 minutes a day is a great starting point.

 

Eat Fruits and Veggies

Eating fruits and vegetables along with lean protein will keep you feeling confident and energized. Along with that, there are certain natural foods that are known to increase blood flow. These are:

  • Onions and Garlic
  • Bananas
  • Chilies and Peppers
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    Take Your Vitamins

    Along with plants, other vitamins and minerals can help you achieve a higher sex drive. The most important effects are stress relief and blood flow. Vitamins that improve these are:

    • Omega-3 Fatty Acids
    • Vitamin B-1

    Foods high in protein like meat and eggs are typically full of these nutrients. If you feel like you're not getting enough protein, considering taking a daily protein powder.

     

    Rid Yourself of Bad Habits

    A Major cause of reduced satisfaction in the bedroom is too much alcohol or smoking. While a small amount of red wine has shown to improve performance, too much can have adverse effects and lead to drowsiness. Try hitting the gym a few times a week instead of going to Happy Hour in the afternoon.

     

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    Take a Sexual Enhancer

    If you want to improve your performance and are already doing all of the above, sexual enhancers could be a good option. There are plenty of options for men and women that involve the same reactions of increased arousal and higher stamina levels.

     


    Seek Medical Help

    If you feel as though your sexual performance is affecting other parts of your life and can’t be fixed with small changes, you may need medical treatment. Talk to your doctor about what they can do for you.


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