Are you struggling to perform better in bed but can’t improve your love life? If it is a yes, then you need to find out the underlying cause for it. There are several factors that cause a low libido, which is a lack of desire. These could range from clinical depression to nutritional deficiencies and everything in between.
For some, it could be due to chronic underlying diseases like cancer, diabetes, neurological disorders, etc… For example, this problem could happen while recuperating from cancer by undergoing chemotherapy sessions.
Also, low testosterone levels, lack of sleep, and stress could impact your performance. So, we decided to compile 5 science-backed tips that might be useful in most of these conditions. However, it is always better to consult a qualified medical practitioner before trying them out.
1. Exercises to pump up blood circulation
When your blood flow is restricted, it can be extremely hard to get an erection and, in some cases, there are chances of not getting an erection at all. This problem can be managed by doing exercises that promote blood flow to the penile region. Some of the best exercises are listed below.
This is a trusted exercise for those who wish to get the blood rushing through the right parts of their body to enhance their performance in bed. It strengthens what many would refer to as the 3 in one muscle, the bulbocavernosus muscle which promotes two key functions. Firstly, during erection it allows the penis to enlarge with blood, and secondly, it pumps during ejaculation helping to empty the urethra after urination.
This is the mother of all exercises when it comes to making the mind and the body healthy, and if this is the first time you are hearing about it, then it’s time to know what is yoga all about. This ancient form of fitness has certain exercises like Naukasana, Kumbhakasana and Dhanurasana which can be particularly helpful in improving the flow of blood to the organ, which strengthens it for better performance.
Aerobics is a great way to strengthen the pelvic area and to improve blood circulation. Plus, it can be fun for those who like to shake their legs.
Jelqing deserves a special mention and is one of the lesser-known technique. It is basically a penis stretching exercise that involves rupturing the penile tissue and thus forcing the growth of new cells. It is believed that Jelqing can seriously improve your sex life and relationship with your partner by improving your penis size. Plus, it does that naturally without any kind of pills or surgery. So, the next time you get naked with your partner, there is no need to worry about your size. Proponents of this technique say that it increases the girth and length pretty quickly, thus enhancing your bedroom life significantly.
3. Reduced Alcohol intake
Excess consumption of alcohol interferes with the brain’s natural ability to feel any kind of sexual stimulation by interfering between the brain and genital signals. This results in either premature ejaculation or makes it very hard to ejaculate. Also, it reduces testosterone levels and thus decreases your libido and sperm count.
There is a lot of harm that stress can do and one of them is to kill your sex life. So, you need to destress from time to time and the approach you choose depends on what you enjoy doing. The best way to go about it would be meditation, but you could also choose an activity you enjoy like cycling, painting, photography, music, etc….
5. Healthy Diet
Diet plays a very important role in bodily functions including your overall performance in bed and this is why doctors recommend a balanced diet. While balancing is important, there are certain foods that can keep your bedroom life pepped up. These include dry fruits, nuts, citrus fruits, papaya, melons, banana, and green leafy vegetables.
We have discussed some of the ways in which you can spice up your sex life by overcoming general issues that either cause a lack of desire or interferes with one’s ability to perform in bed. However, before trying out any of the above techniques, consult a medical practitioner about it.