Most Sexual Dysfunctions Can Be Reframed and Treated

The following timely tips for sex that will help people who suffer from sexual dysfunctions:

  • Forget about the past, put the past out of your mind. When couples engage in sex, they tend to think about their previous experiences, either consciously or subconsciously. Men may focus on earlier times when they were affected by premature ejaculation, inability to maintain an erection, or inability to please a woman. Similarly, women may focus on previous inability to orgasm, sexual abuse from childhood, or an earlier fight with her sex partner. In order to focus on the present, it is important to forget about the past.

 

  • Get caught up in the activities of the present. One of the easiest and most effective ways to immediatly improve ones sex life is to focus on the moment. Don’t think about the laundry that needs to be done, the porch that needs to be painted, or the bills that need to be paid. Just concentrate on the feelings of touching each other’s bodies and sharing a sensual intimate connection that is as physical as it is emotional. Worries and fears can be dealt with and wait until later. Sex is a time when nothing else but you and your partner should matter.

 

  • Look forward to the future. Many people who suffer from sexual dysfunctions dread their next sexual encounters. They worry about the past, trying to avoid the present, and don’t want to think about the future. Instead of worrying, it is best to look forward to future positive sensual experiences. With anticipation comes excitement, and with excitement comes happiness. And when it comes down to it, happiness and contentment are two of the best qualities that can arise from sex.

These three sex tips are some of the easiest and most helpful ways to improve sexual dysfunctions and make the people who suffer from them remember that they are normal. As helpful as these sex tips are, there is still one more tip that must be followed in order to improve sex in the long term.