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Healthy Tips to Increase Your Sex Drive!

By Brandie Umar - Executive Director of Content | February 9th, 2012




Many women are curious about how to peak their interest in sex at some point in their lives.  According to Dr. OZ, its the number one question that women ask him... "How can i increase my libido?"  

We have compiled a few helpful tips that you might want to try if you are seeking to increase your sex drive and empower your relationship with your partner.

1. Think about it!
Studies show that women who think about sex at least once a day are more likely to want to have sex. It's healthy to think about your body and your needs in order to feel sexy and strong. So indulging in a few sexual thoughts from time to time can increase your desire for sexual activity.

2. Loose it!
It's true that many couples gain weight after marriage but if your weight effects your ability to live a healthy life or your relationship with your partner, you might consider loosing a few pounds. Weight gain in a relationship can make a woman feel inadequate and self conscious about her bodies appearance. If you don't feel comfortable looking at yourself in the mirror then how can you feel sexy for your partner? Studies show that regular exercise can actually increase your libido!

3. Sleep happy!
When we got married our mothers advised us to…"never go to bed angry." Turns out there is truth to this statement. Your largest sexual organ is your brain. If you go to bed with your mind filled with anger or are preoccupied about something, you are less likely to get "in the mood." Instead put your differences aside until the morning and allow your mind to feel sexual thoughts and feelings. Try giving each other a massage to start it off.

4. Check your meds!
People are often unaware of the fact that certain medications like antidepressants and birth control pills can decrease your sex drive. If you've noticed a difference in your sex life after taking medications, talk to your physician to see if the two issues are related.

5. Multi-task later!
Are you a multitasking mother who often has to juggle the cooking, cleaning, laundry, making lunches, changing diapers, and going to work? All of these things can certainly leave you feeling sleep deprived and exhausted. This stress can leave a relationship dull and sex-less. Instead, make time to clear your mind and steal a moment for your partner. It's crucial to find time for each other.

Try these libido building steps for yourself and see if your sex life improves. It's also important to understand that  any realtionship requires effort and dedication to fixing the little things that might some between us.


If you still find that your having problems, its best to contact a doctor who can talk to you about any issues that might be effecting you from having a productive libido.
In the meantime, have fun trying!













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