S*x plays a vital and major role in a relationship. 85% of the Research conducted recently show that Women glow better after a great “hots” session. Many do shy away from this discussion, but talking about it helps a healthy relationship. Got bedroom troubles? There are common challenges that get in the way of a satisfying sex life. And you’re not alone if you feel your sex drive isn’t what it used to be. The all-natural foods and advice listed below usually helps to spice up your love life, turning up the heat in the bedroom without using heater and increasing the fun for all.
The path to greater sexual satisfaction could begin with what you eat, resulting in the right balance of hormones and conditions that’ll get you closer to your goal of sexual satisfaction and improved intimacy. Let’s get started with the first “Cut back on Sugar”.
CUT BACK ON SUGAR
Eating sugar is known to cut the levels of circulating testosterone in the blood significantly, so cut back on sweet treats and try using honey to sweeten food instead of sugar.
Healthiest Foods – Watermelon, Pumpkin seeds, Asparagus, Garlic, Ginger (check more on Garlic, Watermelon and Ginger on this website at HEALTHY TIPS)
For increased arousal, try watermelon. The compounds present in watermelon may have a “Viagra-like” effect, relaxing blood vessels and increasing blood flow. Proper blood flow allows the tissues to become engorged, aroused and lubricated. Pumpkin seeds contain zinc, the ultimate sex mineral. Studies show that women with a greater sex drive have higher levels of testosterone. To increase your testosterone, add zinc to your diet. Zinc blocks the enzyme that converts testosterone to estrogen. A quarter-cup serving of pumpkin seeds may do the trick. Asparagus is considered one of the best libido-boosting foods since it’s rich in folate. A naturally occurring form of folic acid, folate regulates the production of histamine – the chemical that is released during an orgasm. Garlic contains allicin, a compound that thins the blood. Because of this, it improves the blood circulation necessary for an erection by relaxing the arteries. Having strong circulation also allows for greater physical endurance in the bedroom. Ginger, a powerful and multipurpose herb, dilates your blood vessels. Without the free passage of blood cells to the sex organs, sexual sensation decreases.
Scientists found that getting five hours of sleep each night reduced men’s testosterone levels by 10 to 15%. Get your eight hours of shut-eye and you’ll have energy to do more than just sleep in bed.
Smoking is known to narrow the blood vessels, affecting blood flow to the sexual organs. Researchers found that men who smoke have sex half as often as non-smokers.
Carrying too much weight can cause a narrowing of the arteries, reducing blood flow where you need it most. If you’re overweight, slimming down can significantly boost your testosterone levels, according to research presented at the Endocrine Society’s 2012 meeting.
GET SOME SUNSHINE
Vitamin D boosts testosterone levels and is essential for maintaining semen quality and sperm count. Make sure you get some sunshine, especially in winter, and eat vitamin D-rich foods, like oily fish, eggs and fortified fat spreads and cereals.
GRAB SOME NUTS:
Grab some nuts! They are rich in testosterone-boosting zinc as well as the amino acid L-arginine, which helps improve blood flow to the sexual organs.
Conduct Exercise: Exercise combats a lack of libido by improving blood flow to the genitals, releasing ‘feel good’ endorphins and boosting energy levels – not to mention giving your self-esteem a boost.
REDUCE ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION
Alcohol can help you relax but too much can lead to erectile dysfunction and an inability to orgasm. According to experts at the Mayo Clinic, it’s best to stick to just one glass of wine before a night of passion.