Men and women, whether they’re 18 or 80, are never too old to learn new sex tips. The benefits of sex extend beyond the bedroom (reducing stress, heart disease risk, and boosting immunity), but how do you get better at sex? Well, we are here to show you that shaking up things between the sheets is more easily attainable than most people think.
Work schedules, household chores, and other daily demands are barriers that make it easier to give into a sub-par sex life. This keeps partners out of the bedroom, decreasing libido and the overall sexual spark in a relationship. However, mind-blowing sex doesn’t have to be complicated, but it should be frequent and enjoyable for all concerned.
Sex is essential to any happy and healthy relationship. Data from a General Social Survey of over 15,000 people surveyed between 1993 and 2006 found respondents who reported having sex at least two to three times a week were 55 percent more likely to report more happiness. This suggests an increase in the sense of well-being is associated with a greater frequency of sex.
So give your sex life a boost for your physical and emotional well-being by having sex more often.