Good Sex- What to Avoid

One thing that most, if not all couples have in common, is that they want to enjoy good sex together. In fact, many experts will tell you that sex is an important part of any healthy relationship, and they’re right. Those relationships which suffer from a lack of physical intimacy may be subject to more strain, or emotional tension.

We all have the occasional night where we might ‘not be in the mood’ or feeling tired. But a persistently decreased libido, or erectile problems, may be a sign of a larger problem. While there are treatments available, such as Sildenafil, for those who experience ED due to restricted blood flow, in many cases, the condition can be a result of something much simpler.

If you’re experiencing issues with achieving and maintaining an erection during sex, here are a handful of causes which might be worth addressing (please note however, in any case where ED persists, you should seek advice from a doctor):

Alcohol

A lot of people like to enjoy a drink in the evening before getting intimate with their partner. But too much alcohol can be counter-productive. Over-consumption can affect your concentration, and make it harder to stay up. So stay within your limits, and make sure you go to bed lucid.

 

Fatty Foods

There are few things which work to decrease libido quite like fatty foods. Meals and snacks which have an exceptionally high fat or sugar content can leave you feeling lethargic, and make you prone to erectile problems. If you want to get in the mood, try not to eat too much and over-indulge at dinner.

 

Tiredness

It’s important for a number of reasons to ensure you’re getting enough sleep every night. The NHS-recommended amount is six-eight hours per night, and you should try to get this much as often as you can. Aside from the numerous other factors, exhaustion can lead to problems with maintaining an erection. Remember that if you want to lead a healthy sex life, getting enough shut-eye is important.

 

Stress

This is an issue which affects people in different ways, and it’s something which can prove distracting during those more intimate moments with a partner, and have an affect on sexual performance. If you’re suffering from stress and feel as though it may be affecting your sex life, take measures to address the issues causing it, and talk to a medical professional if you need