Increasing your adrenaline is a proven way to boost your sex drive. There are a number of ways to do this, but one of the easiest doesn’t even involve getting off the couch. When watching a scary movie, a person’s adrenaline naturally rises as a result of fear. Not to mention, watching horror movies is a great excuse to cuddle up to your partner!
If you don’t exercise enough, you’re more likely to have a low libido. But exercising excessively is not ideal either, so follow and maintain a healthy workout routine. Physical activity boosts energy, as well as serotonin, endorphins and dopamine levels while enhancing your circulation – all of which make for better sex drive and sex life.
Here are a few workouts that will get your heart pumping and sex drive back on track.
Talking about your relationship
You might think that having a talk about your relationship is the least sexy thing you can do, but that’s not the case. Often, a low sex drive is the result of problems in the relationship, both inside and out of the bedroom. If you feel like your relationship is lacking passion or that your partner has hurt you in some way, your mind and body won’t be too keen on getting in the mood. Talking through these problems with your partner and coming up with a solution or compromise can get rid of those sexual blocks and increase your desire.