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How to increase sexual desire: 5 tips for women and men

What is libido? The meaning of this term is actually very simple, it is in fact the natural sexual desire. When libido is low, sexual relations between partners become increasingly rare over time. The few relationships that do occur may also be unsatisfactory. Loss of libido is a very common and frustrating partner problem, which also has an impact on mutual feelings. Let’s discover together how to increase libido and rekindle the fire of passion.

5 tips to increase sexual desire for men and women

1. Increase libido by reducing stress

Stress can play an important role in reducing libido. It is also common to experience low levels of physical arousal if we have a lot on our minds. The ability to stay focused on pleasure decreases. And decreased concentration also often influences the choice of unhealthy habits, such as overeating, drinking, smoking or other addictive behaviours, all of which can have a negative impact on libido and confidence. If you are feeling overwhelmed by stress, it is essential that you avoid putting undue pressure on yourself in the bedroom. Instead, make small changes, such as incorporating meditation or breathing into your routine, getting more exercise, getting good sleep, seeking mental health support, and generally thinking about what makes you feel good, and doing it. While we can’t eliminate stress completely, we can protect ourselves from its sources.

2. Connect your senses

One of the best ways to increase libido is to make sure our pleasure engines are always running, both mentally and physically. Teaching our bodies to experience pleasure in all its forms is a priority; connecting arousal with sensuality is the key to maintaining healthy levels of sexual activity

3. Use aphrodisiacs

Although desire is more complex than eating something tasty, it is true that there are some foods that can help arouse us. Look for foods that stimulate happy hormones and blood flow, such as spicy foods that can help stimulate dopamine and circulation, while dark chocolate (at least 70%) is always a good aphrodisiac, as it contains tryptophan, a component of serotonin, and phenylethylamine, a stimulant related to amphetamines that is released in the brain when you first fall in love. Also, green leafy vegetables, pomegranates, citrus fruits, garlic, almonds, chicken and seafood are good allies. 

4. Try erotic audio

Both men and women are increasingly interested in erotic audio apps, also known as “ear porn”. These stories take the listener on a sonic journey. Taking time to explore fantasies can help increase the connection to the body’s energy. The brain plays a key role in our sexual response (or lack thereof), and there are more and more alternatives to unleash the libido, whether in book, audio or film format.

5. Get in touch with your body

Make time to disconnect and reconnect with your body; it doesn’t have to be sexual if you don’t feel like it. It can be massaging your belly, legs or face. Make a list of your favourite body parts on a piece of paper; take naked pictures of yourself. You can invite your partner to participate without it being about sex, just intimacy and relaxation. Ironically, even if you don’t feel like it, masturbation can help give your libido a boost. It releases hormones that help us relax and sleep better.

6. Try an erotic massage

Erotic massages are another recommended way to increase sexual desire in both men and women. They help us to relax completely and stimulate the erogenous zones, thus causing an increase in blood flow and a greater sense of awareness and feeling.

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