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Enhance your libido naturally

Enhance Your Libido Naturally – Simple Tips for the Ladies for a Renewed Sex Drive

Low libido is among the most common sexual issues that many modern women experience these days. There are many factors or reasons why a woman suffers from a drop in sex drive. But, the worst thing that can happen is when it starts to affect your relationship, especially because sexual gratification of both partners is one of the most crucial aspects of a healthy and long relationship.

Good thing there are now many ways on how to enhance your libido naturally. If you don’t want to compromise your romantic relationships, or put a strain on your marriage, make sure you take note of these simple methods to boost your sexual drive the natural way.

Be More Physically Active

For you to enjoy and experience a better and more exciting sex life, it is a must that you are in great overall healthy. Exercise happens to be one of the best ways to ensure that your body stays fit and in proper shape. Aside from that, exercise also helps in increasing the circulation of blood to your genitals. Low blood circulation is found to be among the main reasons behind sexual dysfunction and reduced libido in women.

Say No to Stress

As far as women are concerned, their brain is also equally involved during the sexual process. Even the smallest things that can disturb them emotional can already have an impact on their libido or sex drive, and make them lose interest in engaging in any sexual act. Reducing your stress factors is one of the best methods to enhance your libido naturally. When your mind is at peace and in better state, it will be easier for you to feel aroused, and you will find sex more enjoyable. There are several relaxation techniques that can help you here, and these include meditation and yoga.

Herbal or Natural Libido Enhancers

There are now natural supplements which can give women the same effects and benefits as what the little blue pills were able to do for men. Such supplements are basically a powerful combination of different natural ingredients such as minerals, vitamins, amino acids, and herbs that don’t just increase the flow of blood to the clitoris but can also enhance the production of sex hormones such as testosterone and estrogen without the harsh side effects brought about by hormone replacement therapy.

It will not only help improve libido and sex drive in women as this can also guarantee relief from some other issues like vaginal dryness, which is also a very uncomfortable problem for the ladies.

This kind of supplements are absolutely safe and don’t require prescription. These don’t cause any side effects, and will not interfere with other medications you are currently taking like birth control pills. Aside from these supplements, you can also find some fast acting and natural lubricants that are a great choice for those women who are not open to the idea of taking pills.

The herbs i would personally recommend for women:

  • Catuaba has been used for centuries as a aphrodisiac in Brazil as it contain three specific alkaloids that are believed to enhance your libido including yohimbe which is the most active component.
  • Damiana a shub native to Mexico is not only an aphrodisiac but also a great anti depressant and calming tonic.
  • Maca known as the superfood is great for enhancing your libido and also balancing your hormones.
  • Panax gingseng has many benefits from boosting your immune systems and lowering blood sugar levels. Gingseng is great for women who are going through menopause.
  • Ashwagandha a natural ayuvedic herbal aphrodisiac was mentioned in the Kama Sutra and has been used throughout Asia and Africa as a sexual stimulant.

These are just some of the ways to help ladies enhance your libido naturally.

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Is sex after birth possible?

Is sex after birth possible? If yes, how soon can you do it? Will it affect the sex drive of a woman? What are the things you have to avoid in lovemaking during the first several months after childbirth?


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There are different sexual implications associated with childbirth, which include physical considerations and psychological factors. Following childbirth, sex is usually the last thing on the mind of a woman since her body still needs some time to recover. Whether the delivery is via a natural vaginal birth or C-section, it is often necessary to engage in sexual abstinence for 6 weeks to allow the closing of the cervix, healing of the internal tears, dissolving of stitches, and ending of post-natal bleeding.

Each woman differs as to when she is ready, or even feels the desire to engage in sex again.  There are women who need several months, while others will start to feel ready for making love again in just a matter of weeks. In case you are not sure whether you can resume sex or not, always ask your doctor for advice.

Several weeks following the delivery, a woman’s vagina discharges lochia, a combination of mucus, residual blood, and tissue coming from the uterus. With the slowing down of bleeding and progressing of healing, this discharge will gradually turn into watery pink, brown, and finally, yellowish white. In general, lochia discharge lasts for 2 up to 6 weeks. If a baby passed through the vagina, it can lead to tearing of delicate tissues, and lead to vaginal soreness. Although it might not happen, the perineal area could still feel a bit sensitive and bruised for quite some time.  As for births that involve surgery, women must be very careful in keeping their stitches free from risks of infection or reopening. Some women also need to delay resuming sex longer due to issues with their wounds.

When a new mother is breastfeeding, her vagina also tends to be sensitive. Hormone fluctuations during breastfeeding could suppress her sex drive coupled with other factors such as fatigue and tiredness. Men usually feel very frustrated if they have been waiting to engage in sexual intercourse. Therefore, a couple has to be careful in treading back to their sexual routine. They have to start slow with longer intimacy and foreplay. 

Hormonal worries and changes can also cause some women to suffer from vaginal dryness during the initial 3 months following childbirth. This vaginal dryness is treatable with the use of over the counter medications. There are also condoms with built in lubricant that are also equally effective.

Kegel exercises are also a great way for the vaginal muscles to return to their original shape and regain muscle tone for a woman to feel aroused again. Such exercises are done through tightening of Puboccoygeus muscles which regulate urine flow and also effects the intensity of a woman’s orgasm and are best recommended for those women who are still recovering from their pregnancy.

Take a look at Harvard’s Medical step by step guide for performing Kegels.

Even though having a new baby is a blessing, the effort and time required to take of them can prevent most couples from having more intimate moments with each other. It is not always easy to balance your child’s needs with your urges but you can do it when both you and your partner will be willing enough to make some effort.


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