Getting Older and Lost My Sex Drive!

Getting Older and Lost My Sex Drive!

Are you one of the many women who have lost their sex drive somewhere?
Looking under the couch, in the bed, under the pillow – and, ooops you fell asleep again!?!

Yes, it’s that common.

You used to make love with your husband a few times a day and then that dwindled to a few times a week, and then a few times a month – and…then we don’t talk about it anymore.

You may be wondering what’s wrong with you, because honestly you could probably go without the sex altogether. The only problem is the guilt and the longing for that connection that only sex can bring.

Here are a few things you can do to help you get your sex drive back on track:

De-stress!

Yep, stress of kids, career, and all other aspects of life can get in the way of sex. If you feel stressed then you need to find ways to relieve your stress and become more relaxed throughout your day – not just for sex but for your overall health as well (sex is the added bonus). Meditation, deep breathing, and organizing your life are all ways to help you distress. Finding your purpose in life and jumping on that path can remove a lot of the stress in your life as well. Becoming happier and healthier through self awareness can also help you de-stress.

Jump Into It

When you don’t have sex all the time then you don’t feel like having sex, but the more you have sex the more you want. It’s a golden rule! Just jump in and force yourself to have sex a few times and see if your sex drive picks up. Habits take a few weeks to form, and looking at sex as a habit may seem silly or non-sexual, but once you start to have sex all the time then you will make it a habit – and habits turn into things that you want to do. Mix It Up – Of course if it’s a boring habit then it’s not that exciting. So make it exciting.

Do things that you enjoy doing in bed and add things that you, or him, want to try.

Play games, role-play, and add other new adventures into the bedroom and see if that helps you look forward to future fun times. Look at it as play-time for adults!
The point is that sex is not the biggest factor of a healthy relationship, but when it’s missing from a  relationship it becomes an unhealthy factor. Don’t just let your sex life die out. Work on making it happen again.