Reading Forbes.com's article, How to Spice Up Your Sex Life, we were surprised at how many methods have not been proved, have not been approved, or that are actually harmful.
According to Forbes.com, "... nearly one in five men in the U.S. suffer from erectile dysfunction, according to a recent study in the American Journal of Medicine. Some researchers have estimated that as many as 40% of U.S. women have low libido or inability to reach orgasm."
If your sexual intimacy in your marriage is lacking, don't ignore the situation. Talk about it with your spouse. It appears that three readily available ways to spice up your sex life are:
- Get regular exercise. One way you can get exercise and to improve your communication with one another is to walk together.
- See your physician. If your spouse doesn't want to see a doctor, here's what to do and what not to do.
- Make an appointment to get counseling from a sex therapist.
Not dealing with sexual issues in your marriage will only make them worse. Don't avoid talking with each other about your feelings and concerns.