While sex isn’t (or shouldn’t be) the MOST important part of your relationship, it still plays a very big role and should be something that happy, healthy couples spend a good amount of time exploring. But what happens when one partner is more interested in sex, or interested in having sex more frequently, than the other partner? This post from The Health Site addresses this issue, and how to overcome it. Many couples struggle with one partner having more desire or a stronger libido than the other, which can lead to unnecessary arguments in the bedroom. Luckily, there are some things you can do to strengthen your libido, and a lot of those things have to do with food. While eating right can make you a healthier person in general, eating certain foods can have an effect on your sex drive. Foods like bananas, avocados and apricots not only help increase your energy levels so you can keep your bedroom sessions going longer, but they’re also known to increase blood flow to your genital areas, which can make you more aroused. If you’re not a fan of these fruits, you can also try some lower-body exercise to improve your stamina and strength, or give meditation a shot to help calm your nerves.
Read the full article here: 7 Sure-fire Tips to Get Your Libido Racing