Are you entering or passing your middle age?
Doctor’s tips to help you keep the romance alive in 2016
(MediaQuire) A New Year and you are only getting older. Men crossing into their 50s, 60s and 70s become more susceptible to having problems in the bedroom like erectile dysfunction. While many women lose interest and libido.
According to the Medical Director of Physicians ED Center (www.physiciansed.com) Dr. Michael Trombley, MD, “When it comes to a healthy and fulfilling sex life, age is just a number.
Trombley adds that a healthy sex life, even as you age, is a sign of a healthy body. “Studies have shown that sexual activity can reduce depression, strengthen relationships, and improve life spans” says Dr. Trombley. If you do not take care of your sexual health, you are neglecting an important part of your overall well-being. Trombley has a few tips to help you keep focus on a healthy sex life as you age.
- Start Outside the Bedroom
If you want to get your partner in the mood, spend more time connecting outside of the bedroom. Hold hands, say “I love you”, call or text for no reason other than to see how your partner is doing. You may have been with your partner for years, and perhaps that communication has faded. By working on improving communication and intimacy, sex will be more passionate, meaningful, and often more frequent.
- Focus Your Senses
We all come to depend on our dominant senses, mostly sight and hearing. But, our other senses, touch, taste, and smell are very powerful. Senses become especially important when you age because some of your senses may be weakening, so you have to rely on others. You can improve your sex life by stimulating different areas of the brain. Try activities that rely more on the senses of taste, touch, and smell.
- Planning Ahead
Sometimes too much emphasis is placed on being spontaneous. While it may be fun to get swept away in the moment, there is something to be said for careful planning. If you take the time to plan out both you and your partner will be happy with the results. Prepare a room with some soft, romantic music. Light a scented candle. Try to remember what you did when you and your partner first met.
- Stay Active
You don’t have sex the same way you did in your twenties or thirties. But, that doesn’t mean it can’t still be incredible. The way you live the rest of your life affects your sex life. Get active. Taking a short daily walk will give you more energy in the bedroom. Sex will be better if it isn’t the only physical activity you are getting.
- Develop a Code
There are no rules about what time of day you can and cannot have sex. Develop a secret code with your partner to signal when either one of you would like to leave a situation and go somewhere private and make love. This will strengthen your bond, and may even have you feeling like teenagers again. Being spontaneous is an easy way to add some spice to your sex life at any age.
About Dr. Michael Trombley
Dr. Michael Trombley, MD is a Board Certified Physician and Medical Director of Physician’s E.D. Center and the Huntington Medical Clinic (www.huntingtonclinic.com). He is the author of the confidential report ‘Seven Secrets Doctors and Drug Companies Don’t Want You to Know about Erectile Dysfunction’.
Dr. Trombley has focused on health and wellness issues of men for 20 years which includes extensive experience treating men with erectile dysfunction.
Michael J. Trombley, MD, Medical Director
Physicians ED Center
Huntington Medical Clinic
Physicians E.D. Center
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