Spice Up Your Love Life

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. For many of us, it’s a holiday to celebrate. It means putting on that little black dress, venturing out, and celebrating the intimate bond that we have with our partners. On the contrary, if you’re suffering from a low libido or the relationship blues, Valentine’s Day can feel like a 24-hour nightmare.
I know, I’ve been there. It sucks.
While working in a busy OB/GYN office I noticed that I was starting to lose touch. With myself. With my husband. With our sex life. It got to the point where our relationship felt robotic. I barely wanted to see my own naked body in the mirror, let a lone jump into bed with my husband. This went on and on, and at one point I even accepted it is “normal”.
Fast forward to the day that I discovered my own recipe for health. As I started to put myself back together my confidence started to resurface. I felt more energized. And, my husband started looking damn good again {wink}. When I think about it now, I can’t imagine ever going back to the “dark days”. They’re awful and no one deserves to be there.
So ladies {and gents}, if you’re suffering from intimacy issues, the time to get working is now. Here are some tips to help you put the spice back into your love life, for Valentine’s Day, and beyond …
Get Moving
Adopting a regular exercise program will do wonders for your love life. After a few heated sessions at the gym, you’ll feel more confident and sexy. The release of endorphins during your working will also increase your drive. So, what are you waiting for? Get moving …
Manage Stress
Stress is one of the major inhibitors of sexual arousal. While life is bound to get a little crazy at times, remember to take care of yourself. Be okay with saying “no”, remember to breathe deeply, and take 30-minutes to walk around the block. Even the smallest amounts of “me” time are going to help you keep your sex drive alive and well.
Love Language
If you and your partner aren’t speaking the language, forget about sex! You may value quality time with your partner and thoughtful. On the contrary, your partner might give more weight to words of encouragement and physical touch. It’s okay to want different things, but when it comes to sex the needs of both parties need to be met.
Hormone Testing
If you’ve tried everything and still can’t seem to find your drive, visit Amy Brenner & Associates for hormone testing. It’s quite possible that your low libido is being caused by a hormonal imbalance. After conducting a thorough medical examination we will develop an individualized treatment plan to help with symptoms such as low sex drive, hot flashes, fatigue, and more.
A Little Shot Of Love
Believe it or not, it’s possible you could transform your sex life with a small 20-minute procedure. It starts with drawing a small amount of blood from the arm. Without getting too technical platelets are isolated from the blood and then injected to either the male penis {P-Shot} or the female vaginal area {O-Shot}. While it may sound strange, the results are remarkable. I’m talking increased blood flow, better drive, and for men … even a larger penis.
Happy {almost} Valentine’s Day everyone! If you have plans with your one and only this year, I hope it’s an evening full of love and laughter. For those of you who are still searching for that spice, give us a call. Seeking answers now will help you reclaim a vibrant, healthy sex live, a renewed intimacy with your partner, and a more peaceful, balanced life. You deserve that!