Sex in your 60s and 70s

How to still get pleasure without any medical solutions?

Sure, you are no longer 25. At now sex in your 60s and 70s may not be what it was back then, but it still has the potential to be something new and even better than it was back then.

After years spent focusing on family and career, try to see your middle and older years as a perfect time for yourself. Many people, in fact, find midlife to be a time of great sexual freedom, as the childbearing years are over, kids have left home and pregnancy is less of a concern. 

Many of midaged men are having having happy, active sex lives and it continues progressively even in their 80s.

Must remember that many aspects of sexual interest and libido are in the brain, not the body. Maintaining sexual interest involves enlisting a strong mind and body connection. Take into consideration who you are now and embrace the wisdom and experience that you’ve gained along the way.

Many of common midlife sexual frustrations can be solved. We recommend to start out with non-hormonal solutions. If your sex life is not getting better, talk about other options with your doctor.

First of all you should set an Intention

Talk to your partner; what is it that you both want? For many couples, sexual intimacy leads to emotional intimacy, which enhances the relationship. So if libido is low, you might have to be more intentional and more creative about setting aside time for intimacy, rather than just waiting for it to happen. Being clear about your intention to connect with your partner, and creating the time to do that, will benefit your relationship in the long run.

Secondly, be a Little Creative

Shake up your routine. Experiment with new positions. This years hottest positions are spoon position, lotus position and X marks the spot position. Read books, watch movies, rent a cozy cabin for a weekend, go to the gym. Send your partner some unexpected texts during the day for example: “I swear to you I won’t stop until your legs are shaking and the neighbours know my name”. Experiment with vibrators and other sex toys. The new comings are sexdolls. They help to practice positions when your partner doens’t want it at the moment. Do some online shopping with the privacy of your phone.

Thirdly, be a Little Patient

If you haven’t been sexually active in months or years, your body might have gone through some changes without you realizing it. When sex resumes, you might find the experience is not quite what you expected or remembered. Regular sexual activity, with or without a partner, can help the vagina to maintain tone and lubrication, reducing the severity of atrophy and dryness. Spending more time on foreplay might help with desire and arousal issues. Schedule your lovemaking for a time when you know you’ll have plenty of time and energy and won’t be frustrated by your body’s slower response.

Last but not least, go to the Drugstore

Over-the-counter vaginal moisturizers and lubricants can be very helpful for women with mild to moderate dryness. Buy your partner one. Moisturizers are typically applied every day or two, while lubricants are used during sexual activity.

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