As humans, it is normal to have sex, and sometimes there are moments when you feel like you want to have some action, which is sex. But there are moments where you can’t get your little man up, and if that happens to you, do not worry as you are not alone.
In this article, we’re going to write some tips on how to increase your libido, and hopefully, by reading this article, it can spice up your sex life. If you’re curious about what the tips are, read this article to find out more about it.
Change Your Diet
Yes, you’ve read it right, change your diet. Believe it or not, the food that goes into your body might play a part in your little problem. Fast food and oily foods might be the cause of your problem, so make sure you eat other foods instead.
Certain veggies such as brollies and lettuce might help with your problem, meanwhile, fruits such as watermelon and figs can also help, make sure you do some research about it. In conclusion, eat clean, and you’ll be okay without any eracto problems.
Do More Exercise
If you’re only sitting in front of the computer, it might be another reason on why you can’t get it up. Our next tip on increasing your libido is by getting some exercise, and it doesn’t have to be an intense workout, just some little jogging will do.
Studies have shown that exercise will help in increasing your libido, so we suggest to get at least fifteen minutes of jogging before you go to sleep, or anytime you have the chance to do so.
Try Something New
No matter how good the sex is, we couldn’t lie that we get bored of the same thing over and over, and if that’s your case, then try something new. By trying something new, you can try a new position, foreplay, roleplay, or anything that you want.
Our advice is to try whatever you want, even your wildest fantasy and make sure that your partner agrees to do it.
If these tips don’t work for you, consider going to a doctor, and never be ashamed to get treatment/therapy for your problems, because you’re not alone and it might happen to everyone.
So before it’s too late, you can consider consulting to a doctor or a therapist if none of these works for you.