There are certain habits that we establish that are detrimental to our sex life. Have any of these harmful habits become a part of your life? Here are some habits that can sabotage sex in a marriage.
I like to think of sex as a form of exercise. It’s a lot of work, but it’s worth it in the long run if you do it on a regular basis. In order to make it happen, both couples need to try their best. Don’t stop initiating sex, even if you’re exhausted or worried about getting turned down.
After a long period of time, sex can become predictable. It’s easy to get stuck in a rut of repeating the same thing over and over and over again. Because they believe they have to hit all the typical points rather than connecting and discovering together, women in particular often feel pressured about sex. It’s time to try something new. Try new things and shake things up a bit.
Putting Your Health at Risk
Exercise and healthy nutrition can have a big impact on a married couple’s sexual life, but this is more than that. It’s also a good idea for you and your spouse to see an annual physician check your overall health and stress levels. His wife was having a difficult time, which included an inability to get excited and feelings of melancholy. She discovered that her body wasn’t producing enough progesterone after seeing a doctor. It was a modest repair that made a big difference.
“Emotional connection is the foundation of great sex.”
For women, great sex begins with an emotional connection. When husbands and spouses gradually stop talking to each other, their marriages suffer. One of the first things to go wrong in a marriage is your sexual life. Always keep in touch. Be open about your feelings, worries, and pains. Discuss your connection frequently. Talk about your sexual preferences and arousal triggers. Speak while having sex. Regardless of what you’re doing, never stop talking.
There is an absence of sleep.
After the kids have gone to bed, we are the only ones left in the house. Getting too little sleep is easy when you’re tempted to stay up late. Sleep deprivation, on the other hand, can lead to feelings of anxiety and sadness. Having a healthy libido reduces our total productivity. You and your partner should get enough sleep.
Negative Thoughts and Words
Putting a damper on your sexual excitement is as simple as thinking or saying something negative about yourself or your partner. Be gentle with her and yourself when it comes to your physical appearance. People are less interested in having sex when they don’t feel good about themselves. Encourage yourself to think and speak optimistically.
Sharing a Bed with the Children
Having a youngster sleep in your room on occasion is, in my opinion, quite acceptable. It’s okay to reassure a child who is afraid of the dark or a thunderstorm because of a nightmare. The trouble arises when it becomes a habit. You and your spouse should have exclusive usage of your bedroom.
Watching porn together as a couple will undoubtedly be mentioned as a way to improve a couple’s sexual intimacy. That has been addressed in this post. Unfortunately, there is really no empirical evidence to support this assumption. Pornography destroys hundreds of relationships and lives for every claim that it “helps” marriage, according to the evidence. If you are suffering from this, you are not alone. It is dangerous and divisive. Get help if you need it, and work hard to kick the habit.