Holding Onto Resentment
There’s a reason people tell you to never go to bed angry.
Harboring feelings of resentment or anger may block your natural connection and desire to exchange erotic energy. It’s important to discuss unresolved issues and work towards a harmonious relationship, as this will keep your libido flowing.
Binge-Watching Shows on the Couch
Winter is coming, and as the weather gets colder, there is nothing better than getting snuggly on the couch and watching endless hours of your favorite Netflix shows. The problem? Being a couch potato throws a wrench in your sex life. Regular exercise key to getting in the mood. It enhances serotonin and dopamine levels, the feel-good chemicals in the brain that get you feeling frisky.
Eating All Those Salty Snacks
If you’re trying to feel sexier, look at what you’re eating. Salty, heavy foods do nothing for your eroticism–we don’t feel hot when we’re sluggish. If you want rev up your sex drive, stick to lighter foods that don’t make you feel foggy and gross.
Not Having Sex
Believe it or not, if you’re not in the mood for sex, it might be because you’re not having sex. That’s right, you might not be in the mood for sex because you aren’t having sex because you aren’t in the mood for sex. Translation: It’s one big vicious cycle. The more sex you have, the more sex you’re likely to want.