Natural ways to increase Sex Drive

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The sex drive, also called “libido,” begins around the onset of puberty. For various reasons, sex drive can decline. These include aging, stress, diseases, the use of drugs and side effects from medications. Regardless if you’re a man or a woman, there are ways to boost your sex drive by taking a natural approach.

#Get some exercise. Exercise has a number of benefits to the body. It can help you lose weight, improve your muscle tone, promote testosterone release, elevate your mood and it improve your self-image. In addition exercise helps to increase the circulation to your sexual organs.

#Do some relaxation exercises. If your lack of sex drive is due to stress, then partake in some calming activities to reduce it. Some examples include yoga, Tai-chi, Pilates, meditative breathing and enjoying nature.

#Try some herbal remedies. There are various herbal formulations that can be used to increase sex drive, treat impotence and cause more sexual excitement. Some of these include yohimbe, ginkgo biloba, dong quai, Siberian ginseng and maca.

#Be experimental with your sexual practices. Boredom can often result in a loss of sex drive. Try some new things like having sex in remote locations or using some toys. This can create interest and give you an element of interest that might have been missing.

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#Boost your libido with some foods. Sometimes you need not look any further than the refrigerator or cupboards to boost your sex drive. Some foods that can help increase your sex drive include oysters, bananas, figs, garlic, avocados, almonds, chocolate and celery. These foods release sexual hormones, they help with impotence and they also improve stamina.

#Throw away the cigarettes. Smoking is already known for its damaging effects on the lungs, but it can also decrease your sex drive as well. When you smoke, oxygen that is required for blood circulation is being depleted. This lack of circulation affects all areas of the body including the sexual organs.

 

 

 

By Kevin Rail of livestrong.com

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