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Improve Your Sex Life With These Exercises

Being physically active is essential for a healthy and happy life but it can also improve your sex life if done on regular basis. Read on to know about certain exercises which you can perform at home

Improve Your Sex Life With These Exercises

Improve your sex life: Exercise daily to boost it

HIGHLIGHTS

  1. Brisk walking and dancing can improve muscle strengthening
  2. You can strengthen your core muscles by doing floor exercises
  3. Do pelvic arches to boost sexual arousal

Being physically active by hitting the gym on regular basis is essential for our vital organs, muscles and overall health. But a fit body also adds to your sexual life by boosting sexual arousal, reducing stress and keeping your partners happy. Laziness, lethargy and inertness can deter your sex life which often leads to prolonged mental pressure, nervousness, insomnia and ultimately depression.

Research shows that exercise boosts women's sexual arousal-even if they experience low sexual desire before starting physical activity. There are many easy-to-do exercises which you can include in your daily workout sessions to spark-off your sex life like a pro. So here's how you can improve your sex life.

1. Aerobic exercises of all types

Aerobic Exercises are characterised by excessive inhalation and exhalation of air in order to replenish body's oxygen need. Brisk walking, dancing, bike riding and dancing, all of these fall under aerobic exercise.

These exercises improve your blood flow which supports sexual arousal. According to health experts, it also increases lung capacity and cardiac endurance for sustaining sexual activities as long as you want.

2. Pilates and yoga to build core muscles

Pilates and Yoga works amazingly well in building your core muscles and so are likely to benefit sexual activity. Women have reported anecdotally that these methods have helped them. A 2010 study has shown that Pilates improved pelvic muscle strength in women with little or no functional problem.

Furthermore, a recent yoga research said that women enrolled in 12-week yoga program significantly improved sexual functions in all categories: desire, arousal, lubrication, orgasm and satisfaction.

You can do Pilates by just lying face-up on your mat and lifting your neck, head and one of the legs up right. Make sure you stretch your legs as much as you can and breathe in between to get better results. You can also perform the Sun-salutation Yoga exercise on everyday basis to boost of sex life multiple ways.

3. Floor exercises to improve flexibility

There are many floor exercises which are not complex and can be easily performed at home. While lying on your back, try doing pelvic arches, lower body lifts and thigh stretches.

In order to support your body weight during sex, you can do a simple floor exercise by lying on the floor with your face turned downwards and a couple of push-ups. Make sure you keep your lower leg bent on the mat or carpet )

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4. Kegel exercises

Kegel exercises are known for improving urinary incontinence in both women and men, but these exercises may help women reach orgasm and increase sexual functioning.

In order to perform this exercise at home, tighten your pelvic floor muscles, hold the contraction for around 5 seconds and then relax for 5 seconds. Try this for 4-5 times in a row. In order to garner better results, focus on tightening only your pelvic floor muscles. And make sure that you don't flex your muscles in your abdomen, thighs or buttocks.

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