Stamina! How your sex drive changes over the years as you age

Stamina! How your sex drive changes over the years as you age

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Say my name! King of the sheets

One minute you were unstoppable! You would go all night pounding, pushing and slamming that sweet sweet pussy. You were the king of the sheets and god did you leave many women dickmatised and swearing by your name.

One minute later and you can barely last a minute. To make it worse you now have everything to make a woman wet except long-lasting sex that would leave her weak for days. What the fuck happened to you?

Well, welcome to the world of sex and while at it you might want to add a little, you know, oomph.

What libido got to do with it

Sex drive, or libido, refers to an individual’s desire to engage in sexual activity. Libido varies from one person to the next and two people are never the same. A million reasons exist from medical conditions, hormone levels, medications, lifestyle, relationship problems, state of being to what you eat that ultimately decide whether you will go for that second round that will determine whether your name will be cemented in glory or come tumbling down in ashes.

The good old days – 20s 

Men 

Testosterone is high and so is your sex drive. For some, inexperience makes them anxious about sex. 

Women 

Females become more fertile from their teens to their late 20s. This makes them choosier about if and when to have sex. Their sexual desire might go up as time catches up and fertility starts to decline towards the end of your 20s. 

The slippery slope begins – The 30s and early 40s 

Men 

Most men have a strong sex desire through these years despite testosterone levels starting to decrease around age 35. Other factors such as stress from work, family, and business ventures affect how interested you are in sex. 

Women 

No wonder Nim Notty loves older women! Their sex drive is strongest at this time and their sexual fantasies are more intense than younger women. 

Knock! Knock! Enter Erectile Dysfunction – The 50s and beyond 

Men 

Erectile Dysfunction becomes more common as you age. However, staying fit and maintaining your mental health are important in keeping your sex life active. Erections happen less often and maybe less firm. Surprisingly, it’s not age that causes the problem but health problems like heart disease, diabetes, high cholesterol, and obesity. 

Also Read: How To Get Medication For The Whiskey Dick 

Women 

Menopause is the biggest worry for you. Estrogen levels drop and this might cool your libido down a bit leading to vaginal dryness.

Bottomline 

Sex Drive is not the same for everyone. What is normal for one person may not be normal for another. Anyway, you don’t have to wallow in self-pity when help is just a click away. Here is how to increase your sex drive.

Sex Therapy – a sex therapist will help you rejuvenate your libido and improve your sexual health. Get support and achieve your orgasms. 

Increase sleep– from my extensive research, a study found that longer sleep duration in females led to a higher level of next-day sexual desire. 

Aphrodisiacs– kola nuts are popular in Nigeria as well as many West African nations. The Yohimbe tree is also native to Africa and is a proven aphrodisiac. However, excessive consumption has been associated with over-excitability, a rapid heartbeat, and even death. Still, in West Africa, The Dioscorea cayenensis is the yellow yam plant used as a rejuvenating tonic and sexual booster. 

Exercise– Doing yoga or hitting the gym has been found to significantly increase one’s stamina during sex by enabling one to concentrate better and not tire easily.

Also Read: How to last longer in bed naturally without using viagra

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