If the fire in your relationship has been reduced to a flicker, it’s a real shame.
Because not only is physical intimacy with your partner a way to stay strongly connected emotionally, it’s great for your health too.
A new study in BMJ Open (part of the British Medical Journal) found some interesting things.
Among the more troubling discoveries: Over 60% of women and over 50% of men reported feeling “distressed” by desire that was declining.
But what also stuck out was this finding…
Men and women, if you find it easier to have a conversation about sex, you’re less likely to report a low sex drive.
This isn’t always easy, I know.
But letting your partner know how you’re feeling, and being willing to talk about it… it’s a very important step towards reaching true intimacy.
And I’m not just talking the physical either.
For women in particular, communication with your husband is critical to sexual interest.
For men, it may be more complex.
As we men get older, we’re not immune to getting stagnant. Stale.
And it doesn’t help when our bodies aren’t cooperating.
Testosterone levels start to plummet as we reach age 40 and beyond. Poor sleep, poor diet, lack of exercise… this speeds the process along.
So men, you need to take care of yourself.
Get some help if you need it in the form of my quite popular supplement solution.
And start to open up.
It might be just the thing to turn that smolder into a flame again.
And you’ll both benefit as a result.
Editor, Patriot Health Alliance
P.S. Staying in good physical shape is key to keeping testosterone levels up. But maintaining your energy and strength when testosterone levels are falling makes that harder. It’s a vicious cycle.
If your desire is falling, you need more energy. But without energy, it’s hard to keep going to get your desire up. Guys, this can help.