There are no ifs, ands or buts about it — without sex, we wouldn’t be here. This simple truth would make it seem like sex, and by proxy talking about sex, would be a good thing, right? Well, not quite. Over time, views on sex have changed greatly, with many cultures around the world choosing to highlight the negative side of talking about sex — if it’s talked about at all. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
So, what does it look like to embrace talking about sex with your partner — or even other people (like potential customers, for example)? The commonly used term is called the “sex-positive movement,” and it’s essentially a social movement created to highlight how sex is a positive part of the human experience, not just reproductively, but for mental and physical health, too.
What does that mean for us? Being able to talk about sex is a great first step in creating and maintaining a healthy sex life with your partner. This extends beyond your partner, too. If you can talk about sex openly with people you’re not in a relationship with, then you could eventually encourage them to do the same. This dialogue could then help broaden conversations about sex and lead to an overall healthier view of sex in our society.
Now, this doesn’t mean you have to shout from the rooftops about your sex life. Hardly. Being able to engage in meaningful conversations, though, can not only help you have a physically healthy sex life, but it can also improve your mental well-being, too — not the mention helping improve the health of your relationship by opening a new way to engage with each other that goes beyond the physical.
Being able to talk about sex with your partner also means talking about your libido.
First, we should define what libido is. At its simplest, libido is your sex drive. Your libido changes throughout your life (and can throughout a typical day or week, as well) depending on a variety of things, including your physical wellness, hormones and stress levels, among other factors.
If you have a low libido, it might be due to a dip in hormone levels — typically testosterone in men and estrogen in women. While a change in hormones is one of the most common causes of low libido, there are a host of other possible causes — ranging from drinking and drugs to certain prescription medications.
Talking about your libido — whether it’s high, low or at what you would consider normal — is important as it helps strengthen your connection with your partner. Sharing an intimate part of your life is not something that needs to be shamed or hidden away. It is, like we said earlier, an important part of having a healthy (sex) life. If you owned an oven and it wasn’t working right, would you ignore it? No! You’d speak to the proper people and have it fixed. When it comes to your libido, being able to share with your partner is important because you’ll both learn more about the other in a way that is mutually beneficial in the immediate and in the long term.
If you do have a low libido (and you’ve been able to speak to your partner about it), there are multiple ways that you can work to increase your sex drive. You could try to enact lifestyle changes by exercising more or changing your diet, for example. Or you could take one of many sexual performance-boosting pharmaceuticals, but those only offer temporary benefits.
A better, more long-term solution that can help improve your libido is taking Nutrifii™ Renew, our patent-pending, anti-aging supplement that helps trigger your body’s natural human growth hormone (HGH) production and release.
While this may not seem related, rest assured, it is. Renew supports the production and release of HGH, which can, among other things, help enhance libido and sexual function.
If you were worried about low libido and have begun taking Renew, you may see what other Renew users have seen. An increase in libido could help facilitate more or deeper conversations about sex — if you have nothing to be ashamed of in that department, why not talk about it with your partner?
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