For good sex – take these tips

Touch, conversation and time also matter

In order to have good sex, it is important to know a few useful practices. Maintaining sex does not necessarily equate to the concept of good sex. What do couples who strive for quality, no matter how old, do? Here are the tips.

Good sex is not about quantity or just about intercourse. Couples who understand this are estimated to be much happier with their sex lives. Let’s see what they do differently than others.

1. They know that good sex is not just about intercourse. Studies show that satisfied couples are together at least once a week. Of course, a regular “schedule” is no guarantee of instant happiness. But if a couple enjoys physical intimacy relatively frequently, it indicates a health relationship.

2. They form themselves: knowledge can be equal to sexual happiness, good sex. Having two members in a couple knows a lot about the other’s erogenous zones, what stimulation it requires, and what excites it, puts sex life in a whole new light.

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3. Touch is important to them: a physical relationship is a significant tool that builds relationship and trust. Sex therapists also recommend this technique for good sex, which is called sensory focus. The practice is about the effects of different touches. It also relieves pressure, meaning that penetration or orgasm is the goal. Practicing sensual touch can help partners get closer to each other and to good sex, making intimacy more enjoyable.

4. They trust each other: studies show that couples who trust each other and also share with the other what they like in bed and what they don’t are much less dissatisfied. Let’s tell the other calmly if our libido is lower or we have a hard time reaching orgasm. It is also important for good sex to know our own body and dare to talk about it.

5. Therapy is used if necessary: a knowledgeable sex therapist can fix intimacy problems if a couple chooses to turn to them for advice. It helps with proper communication, offers touch exercises and provides the party with important information to arouse desire and excitement. If the problems stem from other issues, speech therapy can be beneficial for the whole relationship.

6. Stay flexible: it is never quite the same what the couple is looking for, how high or low their libido is, what events are in their lives. Libido and order of importance change with age, as does physical health and the pressures of everyday life. However, couples who remain curious and flexible about their sexual needs will feel better and good sex will not be left out of their lives either – which is satisfying enough for them.

7. Time for good sex: as we age, our bodies may take longer to respond to sexual stimulation. Lower testosterone levels make it harder for older men to maintain an erection, while lowering estrogen levels in women during menopause can result in vaginal dryness and slower arousal. In such cases, it is important to take the time to have good sex.

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8. Buyers for news: if we sometimes feel boring about our sex life, don’t be afraid to try something new. Different positions, movements, touches, stimuli that bring back the “spice.” New techniques can enhance feelings and lead to orgasm more often.

9. They care about each other: research shows that couples who find joy in giving the other joy are happier in bed. This could mean having sex more often than before, or choosing different dates for it than usual, possibly buyers for your partner’s sexual fantasies.

10. Seek satisfaction: practice contributes to perfection. If we do things that increase the endorphins in the body that cause feelings – which can come from sex, laughter, artwork, or anything that causes pleasure – we get into a state of excitement faster.

11. Means shall also be used: if it improves the situation, it is definitely worth trying the lubricant or using a pillow to help with a position. The more attentive we are – this is true for both parties – with the other, the more good the sex is.

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12. They believe in the work invested in: while this may sound like a mood killer, the fact is that the more energy we put into the relationship, the happier the relationship will be and the better our intimacy will be.

13. Restrict pornography: a little erotic film or reading can heat up the mood at times, but if we go overboard, some men may have erectile dysfunction or have difficulty reaching orgasm. Porn also paints an unrealistic picture of what good sex is like in real life. It can worsen self-esteem and connection.

14. Happy couples are not obsessed with orgasm: this is not the only purpose of a sexual intercourse. For many, it means extra pressure that doesn’t make them happy, much less cloudless sex. Any form of sensual touch and connection means a lot in maintaining closeness.

15. They know each other: a great starting point for good sex if the couples know each other’s “starting point” when it comes to sexual arousal, making love. Men are usually able to get in the mood right away, even without special stimulation, while women often take other mood factors into account. It is important to take these differences into account for mutual satisfaction – and good sex.

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