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Five Ways to Revive
Your Sex Drive and
Bask in Bedroom Bliss Once Again

The Perimenopause 411:
The Secret Truths We’re Too Afraid to Share

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It happens all the time these days. Your spouse gives you that sultry “come hither” look. The kids are out for the night, spending some time with friends, leaving the house empty.

He wants you to follow him into the bedroom for a night of romance, kinky fun, or quick sex.

No matter what’s “on the menu,” the real problem is that you just aren't in the mood.

The Perimenopause 411:
The Secret Truths We’re Too Afraid to Share

Five Ways to Revive Your
Sex Drive and Bask in Bedroom Bliss Once Again

___________

It happens all the time these days. Your spouse gives you that sultry “come hither” look. The kids are out for the night, spending some time with friends, leaving the house empty.

He wants you to follow him into the bedroom for a night of romance, kinky fun, or quick sex.

No matter what’s “on the menu,” the real problem is that you just aren't in the mood.

Five Ways to Revive Your Sex
Drive and Bask in Bedroom
Bliss Once Again

___________

It happens all the time these days. Your spouse gives you that sultry “come hither” look. The kids are out for the night, spending some time with friends, leaving the house empty.

He wants you to follow him into the bedroom for a night of romance, kinky fun, or quick sex.

No matter what’s “on the menu,” the real problem is that you just aren't in the mood.

You feel bloated, have a headache, and the last time you had sex it was pretty painful. Why? Because of that blissful thing we call menopause, of course.

It's zapped your libido, leaving your husband alone in the bedroom once again. It’s no secret that if this dreadful cycle continues, your marriage is going to need a lifeline, and fast! So, what do you do?

Sometimes, during menopause, your sex drive just needs a quick jumpstart. So, here are five ways to “start those engines” again, ladies!

Make Sex Less Painful

Yep, we’re going to go there! The number one reason why women don't enjoy sex during menopause is because of vaginal dryness.


The same hormones that go to work during your child-bearing years are also responsible for making sure that sex is fun. When those level drops, you may feel as though sex has become painful because things are desert dry down there.

In addition, your vaginal walls become less pliant and flexible, adding to the pain.

Lube and vaginal moisturizers can take care of these problems, making it less painful for you and more pleasurable for him!

You feel bloated, have a headache, and the last time you had sex it was pretty painful. Why? Because of that blissful thing we call menopause, of course.

It's zapped your libido, leaving your husband alone in the bedroom once again. It’s no secret that if this dreadful cycle continues, your marriage is going to need a lifeline, and fast! So, what do you do?

Sometimes, during menopause, your sex drive just needs a quick jumpstart. So, here are five ways to “start those engines” again, ladies!

Make Sex Less Painful

Yep, we’re going to go there! The number one reason why women don't enjoy sex during menopause is because of vaginal dryness.

 

The same hormones that go to work during your child-bearing years are also responsible for making sure that sex is fun. When those level drops, you may feel as though sex has become painful because things are desert dry down there.

In addition, your vaginal walls become less pliant and flexible, adding to the pain.

Lube and vaginal moisturizers can take care of these problems, making it less painful for you and more pleasurable for him!

You feel bloated, have a headache, and the last time you had sex it was pretty painful. Why? Because of that blissful thing we call menopause, of course.

It's zapped your libido, leaving your husband alone in the bedroom once again. It’s no secret that if this dreadful cycle continues, your marriage is going to need a lifeline, and fast! So, what do you do?

Sometimes, during menopause, your sex drive just needs a quick jumpstart. So, here are five ways to “start those engines” again, ladies!

Make Sex Less Painful

Yep, we’re going to go there! The number one reason why women don't enjoy sex during menopause is because of vaginal dryness.


The same hormones that go to work during your child-bearing years are also responsible for making sure that sex is fun. When those level drops, you may feel as though sex has become painful because things are desert dry down there.

In addition, your vaginal walls become less pliant and flexible, adding to the pain.

Lube and vaginal moisturizers can take care of these problems, making it less painful for you and more pleasurable for him!

Enjoy Some Foreplay

Sex doesn't have to be “wham, bam, thank you, ma’am.”

Your days of spending a “fast-but-fabulous” five minutes in the bedroom may be over. But not to worry! Instead, take your time and enjoy a little side of foreplay first.

The more time that your spouse spends getting you ready for sex, the less painful it will be because your body will have time to warm up.

Enjoy Some Foreplay

Sex doesn't have to be “wham, bam, thank you, ma’am.”

Your days of spending a “fast-but-fabulous” five minutes in the bedroom may be over. But not to worry! Instead, take your time and enjoy a little side of foreplay first.

The more time that your spouse spends getting you ready for sex, the less painful it will be because your body will have time to warm up.

Your Peeing Habits Become Embarrassing

Yes, you read that right. Whether you end up ducking into the bathroom ten to fifteen times a day, fear going to a store where you don’t have the bathroom locations memorized, or end up peeing yourself when you sneeze, you know the drill. Perimenopause does some weird things to your bladder.

You either end up having to pee far more frequently than usual – even drinking something little, like a small cup of water, can send you on a poddy search party – and it messes with your pelvic muscles too. Be prepared to do that “leg lock” panic maneuver when you sneeze, cough, or laugh too hard, lest you end up having to change your undies once again!

Your Peeing Habits Become Embarrassing

Yes, you read that right. Whether you end up ducking into the bathroom ten to fifteen times a day, fear going to a store where you don’t have the bathroom locations memorized, or end up peeing yourself when you sneeze, you know the drill. Perimenopause does some weird things to your bladder.

You either end up having to pee far more frequently than usual – even drinking something little, like a small cup of water, can send you on a poddy search party – and it messes with your pelvic muscles too. Be prepared to do that “leg lock” panic maneuver when you sneeze, cough, or laugh too hard, lest you end up having to change your undies once again!

Enjoy Some Foreplay

Sex doesn't have to be “wham, bam, thank you, ma’am.”

Your days of spending a “fast-but-fabulous” five minutes in the bedroom may be over. But not to worry! Instead, take your time and enjoy a little side of foreplay first.

The more time that your spouse spends getting you ready for sex, the less painful it will be because your body will have time to warm up.

Plus, you get to enjoy your time together, uninterrupted, during the process. Who said romance is dead? You simply have to put in a little more time to get to Pleasureville!

Get a Little Experimental

Even during menopause, sometimes, you just need to have a bit of fun between the sheets. Rather than stick with the same old positions over and over, get inspired, creative, and even kinky (if you’re up for it)!


Watch some porn, read a few of those steamy romance novels you have stashed away in your bedroom, or bust into your spouse's secret magazine collection.

You might find a position that makes sex less painful, or discover that trying a few new kinky things kicks your libido into overdrive. Oh my!

Explore Ways to Get in the Mood

Let’s be honest - stress is one of the biggest mood killers out there. Then, when you add in some of the typical menopause symptoms, like bloating, hot flashes, and mood swings, it makes sense that you're stressed out about the changes to your body and your sex life.


It’s ok, but don’t let these feelings control your sex life. Do whatever you need to in order to get in the mood, whether it's planning sexy time with your significant other, engaging in some naughty foreplay, or attempting a little role play.

 

Nothing’s off limits!

Plus, you get to enjoy your time together, uninterrupted, during the process. Who said romance is dead? You simply have to put in a little more time to get to Pleasureville!

Get a Little Experimental

Even during menopause, sometimes, you just need to have a bit of fun between the sheets. Rather than stick with the same old positions over and over, get inspired, creative, and even kinky (if you’re up for it)!


Watch some porn, read a few of those steamy romance novels you have stashed away in your bedroom, or bust into your spouse's secret magazine collection.

You might find a position that makes sex less painful, or discover that trying a few new kinky things kicks your libido into overdrive. Oh my!

Explore Ways to Get in the Mood

Let’s be honest - stress is one of the biggest mood killers out there. Then, when you add in some of the typical menopause symptoms, like bloating, hot flashes, and mood swings, it makes sense that you're stressed out about the changes to your body and your sex life.


It’s ok, but don’t let these feelings control your sex life. Do whatever you need to in order to get in the mood, whether it's planning sexy time with your significant other, engaging in some naughty foreplay, or attempting a little role play.

Nothing’s off limits!

Plus, you get to enjoy your time together, uninterrupted, during the process. Who said romance is dead? You simply have to put in a little more time to get to Pleasureville!

Get a Little Experimental

Even during menopause, sometimes, you just need to have a bit of fun between the sheets. Rather than stick with the same old positions over and over, get inspired, creative, and even kinky (if you’re up for it)!


Watch some porn, read a few of those steamy romance novels you have stashed away in your bedroom, or bust into your spouse's secret magazine collection.

You might find a position that makes sex less painful, or discover that trying a few new kinky things kicks your libido into overdrive. Oh my!

Explore Ways to Get in the Mood

Let’s be honest - stress is one of the biggest mood killers out there. Then, when you add in some of the typical menopause symptoms, like bloating, hot flashes, and mood swings, it makes sense that you're stressed out about the changes to your body and your sex life.


It’s ok, but don’t let these feelings control your sex life. Do whatever you need to in order to get in the mood, whether it's planning sexy time with your significant other, engaging in some naughty foreplay, or attempting a little role play.

Nothing’s off limits!

Combat Those Hormones Head-On


Confront the enemy, and don’t show fear! During menopause, your reproductive hormones drop. You know this!

Hormones like estrogen play a huge role not just in having children but also in enjoying sex.

If you replace those hormones with synthetic ones prescribed by a doctor, you'll find the fun in the bedroom once again.

Combat Those Hormones Head-On


Confront the enemy, and don’t show fear! During menopause, your reproductive hormones drop. You know this!

Hormones like estrogen play a huge role not just in having children but also in enjoying sex.

If you replace those hormones with synthetic ones prescribed by a doctor, you'll find the fun in the bedroom once again.

If those hormones sound scary and you want a more natural solution, then choosing a menopause support tea filled with all-natural herbs designed to combat menopause symptoms will work nicely.

So, give your sex drive the much-needed boost it needs to bring the magic back into the bedroom.

Not only will you start feeling more like yourself again and more connected to your spouse, but your spouse will most likely 100% approve of your erotic efforts!

If those hormones sound scary and you want a more natural solution, then choosing a menopause support tea filled with all-natural herbs designed to combat menopause symptoms will work nicely.

So, give your sex drive the much-needed boost it needs to bring the magic back into the bedroom.

Not only will you start feeling more like yourself again and more connected to your spouse, but your spouse will most likely 100% approve of your erotic efforts!


Combat Those Hormones Head-On

Confront the enemy, and don’t show fear! During menopause, your reproductive hormones drop. You know this!

Hormones like estrogen play a huge role not just in having children but also in enjoying sex.

If you replace those hormones with synthetic ones prescribed by a doctor, you'll find the fun in the bedroom once again.

 

Your Peeing Habits Become Embarrassing

Yes, you read that right. Whether you end up ducking into the bathroom ten to fifteen times a day, fear going to a store where you don’t have the bathroom locations memorized, or end up peeing yourself when you sneeze, you know the drill. Perimenopause does some weird things to your bladder.

You either end up having to pee far more frequently than usual – even drinking something little, like a small cup of water, can send you on a poddy search party – and it messes with your pelvic muscles too. Be prepared to do that “leg lock” panic maneuver when you sneeze, cough, or laugh too hard, lest you end up having to change your undies once again!

If those hormones sound scary and you want a more natural solution, then choosing a menopause support tea filled with all-natural herbs designed to combat menopause symptoms will work nicely.

So, give your sex drive the much-needed boost it needs to bring the magic back into the bedroom.

Not only will you start feeling more like yourself again and more connected to your spouse, but your spouse will most likely 100% approve of your erotic efforts!