Wondering how to have good, great, or just better sex? Try these tips from research and experts. You're not quite sure how—or when—it happened. You used to have great sex, but suddenly your it just isn't what it used to be. By 11 p.
10 things you can do to actually improve your sex life
How to Have Good Sex, According to Experts | Shape
On this week's "How To," we tell you why foreplay is not just about jumping under the sheets, but also about keeping foreplay on your mind before sex. A survey found that Canadians spend an average of 37 minutes on foreplay and intercourse per sex session , at least two minutes more than Americans do, according to Macleans. Even with all this time, who says you can't use a little push? The video below lays out seven steps on how to increase foreplay while keeping your partner in mind. It also shares tips on how to spice things up in the bedroom or wherever you choose with ice cubes and hot towels. But will this video help you reach the 'big O' -- even though Canadian women could use some help in this department? Probably not.
Increase Foreplay: 7 Tips To Improve Your Sex Life (VIDEO)
The internet is plentiful with tips and tricks for heating up your sex life, but not all of them are useful. From exotic herbs to complicated yoga maneuvers, it can sometimes seem like having great sex is way more work than it should be. Fortunately, it is actually possible to have more fun in the bedroom without resorting to extreme measures. Here are a few simple ways to improve your sex life. If going from your last meeting of the day to a scheduled romp in the bedroom sounds anything but arousing, try planning an hour just to unwind with your partner and let sex follow naturally.
The word can evoke a kaleidoscope of emotions. From love, excitement, and tenderness to longing, anxiety, and disappointment—the reactions are as varied as sexual experiences themselves. On one level, sex is just another hormone-driven bodily function designed to perpetuate the species. Of course, that narrow view underestimates the complexity of the human sexual response. In addition to the biochemical forces at work, your experiences and expectations help shape your sexuality.