Is your sex life in a slump? If you have stopped fantasizing about sex or have no interest, and this cannot be better accounted for by another medical condition, you may have low sexual desire.

Low sexual desire is common in women and may happen at any time in her life. Fatigue is the number one reason for low sexual desire but there are a number of other reasons as well from unresolved conflict, to cheating spouses, to financial issues and more. Given the demands we place upon ourselves and our endless access to a variety of technologies, it is no wonder our time in the bedroom is less than satisfying. Time is a hot commodity these days and lack thereof may result in less spent in the bedroom; having a better sex life is all about time. So let’s get you back to the bedroom with these five tips!

1. Get Out There and Shop

Take time to go and purchase some new lingerie.  It’s all about the lingerie (and matching ones are best, in my opinion). Purchase a beautiful matching bra and panty that makes you feel good about yourself. Not only will your man appreciate this, but he’ll think you went to the trouble just for him.

2. Make Time For Foreplay

Foreplay begins early in the day – leave a love note in his lunch bag or send some sexy, flirty texts throughout the day (here’s one you can use: Can’t wait to get you under the covers tonight… PS I won’t be covered in anything).

3. Spend Time Together

Spend time with each other, touching one another while you chat. Help him get comfortable and start undressing him when he sits down. This is very arousing after a long day’s work (and he will long to come home to you if that is what he can expect).

4. Put the Technology to Bed

Take the time to put the technology away. There is no place for phones, computers, iPads or television in the bedroom, ever. These are distracting devices. The only devices that you should have in your bedroom are ones to enhance your desire. A good couples vibe is a nice addition to any sex life and the two of you can learn to use this together.

5. Lock the Door

Finally, be grateful for each other and embrace one another’s company. Let the house go, put a lock on the door and get back to the bedroom.

Maureen McGrath

Maureen McGrath

Host of the CKNW Sunday Night Health Show on Corus Radio. As a leading women's health expert and Registered Nurse, I understand the importance that sexual, vaginal, bladder and bowel health has on overall health and relationships.

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