A whopping 59 percent of men and women say they want to make their sex lives more playful and fun , according to a new survey released today by International Communications Research and sponsored by We-Vibe. But if most people are craving more excitement in bed, why are we still having run-of-the-mill sex? Take your sex life from meh to amazing with these tips from the experts:. Also worth nothing: Great sex can exist without an orgasm. In fact, research shows women are even more likely to want sexual novelty, says Walsh.
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Reclaim your sexual power by finding new ways to move and get comfortable in your body. Experts say dopamine and other chemicals in the brain are directly linked to physical attraction and romantic passion, which is why bonding over a new activity together could help spark arousal. A online research survey on 1, men and women ages showed that men and women have wildly different sexual expectations. These expectations are unlikely to change overnight, so couples must communicate their likes and dislikes in bed in order to have a mutually pleasurable experience. Finding a one-night sex class is as easy as hopping on Eventbrite or Facebook.
8 Ways to Make Sex More Fun
When you're not happy with the sex you're having, knowing where to start improving it can feel overwhelming. That's especially true in long-term relationships, where you're stuck in set routines and hard-to-break habits. But better sex can start with something as small as a longer goodbye kiss or shifting your focus to quality over quantity.
The physical transformations your body undergoes as you age also have a major influence on your sexuality. Declining hormone levels and changes in neurological and circulatory functioning may lead to sexual problems such as erectile dysfunction or vaginal pain. Such physical changes often mean that the intensity of youthful sex may give way to more subdued responses during middle and later life. But the emotional byproducts of maturity — increased confidence, better communication skills, and lessened inhibitions — can help create a richer, more nuanced, and ultimately satisfying sexual experience. However, many people fail to realize the full potential of later-life sex.