It is believed that prolonged abstinence has a negative effect on health. Of course, so far no one has died from the lack of sex, but, according to doctors, psychological and physical problems may appear. Many women complain of decreased libido. Rambler analyzed social networks and learned how to want sex after a long break, if the desire does not arise at all.
"I am 29 years old, there was a break for 4 years - a divorce, I stayed with a child, in general I had no time for that. And now I meet a wonderful man, I am in love with him, I feel tenderness and I really want him. But … when we start having sex, the body is silent like a partisan during interrogations. All nonsense already creeps into my head - to drink Viagra there, or to take something in order to unwind the process … ",
- the girl shared her experiences, asking for advice from the followers.
The most frequent response in the comments was a recommendation for a drink. Many people argue that alcohol helps to raise libido levels. But this is not an option - so you can get hooked. There were also those among the subscribers who gave more effective advice.
"Try sex with a" sleepy partner "- let your beloved do his manly affairs when you sleep soundly (only very gently and carefully - so as not to wake up). It works like this: in a dream, your brain removes extraneous, blocking factors. You will simply have a sweet dream, smoothly turning into reality,"
- advised the anonymous author.
"Try to establish an extremely trusting relationship with your man in bed, so that you do not hesitate to tell each other about all desires and problems in sex. Tell him about your feelings and try to masturbate several times in the presence of your man and with his participation. before his eyes to orgasm. Do this at least ten times. Then gradually move on to more traditional sex,"
- the subscriber recommended.
"Don't worry, I had about the same (both by age and by the time of the break in sex). After six months, everything returned to normal,"
- the web user reassured the author.