Get moving. Regular physical exercise doesn’t just make you feel better about your body — it actually makes you enjoy sex more. Improved circulation gets the blood moving everywhere, including to those nether regions, which improves arousal. Plus, you’ll be more flexible, which will increase your ability to partake in and enjoy sex.
Look at the rest of your life. It’s easy to blame the change for sexual difficulties. But for many women in midlife, the root of the problem lies in other causes, such as stress caused by caring for aging parents, marital difficulties or financial woes (especially during these difficult economic times) or grief over the emptiness of the nest. Allow yourself the opportunity to explore these other issues and to try to resolve them. Consider seeing a therapist for assistance with especially troublesome problems. Once your overall happiness and well-being are restored, you may be surprised at how spicy your sex life becomes.
—by Anne Gallagher
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