Top five ways to improve you sex life

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Sex is always fun in the beginning, especially if you think you’ve found someone special. But lots of couples encounter sexual hiccups along the way.From premature ejaculation to erectile dysfunction, men have their fare share of sex woes.

While women tend to worry more about loss of sex drive or their inability to reach orgasm. And a new study found there’s another health issue dampening women’s sex lives.

Sex and incontinence aren’t often discussed in the same sentence, but urinary leakage is a big problem for a lot of women.In fact, 45% of UK women polled admitted urinary incontinence has a negative impact on their sex life, with many refraining from sex with their partner altogether.

The study was conducted by the creators of INNOVO, a revolutionary system that uses proven technology to target the root cause of urinary incontinence, not just the symptoms.

Here, Jane Wake, INNOVO spokesperson, female fitness professional and pelvic floor expert, reveals her top five tips for improving your sex life.

1. Get your heart rate upFeeling fit and healthy not only makes you feel confident in your own skin but also strengthens your cardiovascular system and gets your blood flowing, which will naturally help to get you in the mood.

It also helps to release endorphins aka your feel-good hormones – another mood enhancing aspect that helps to increase your confidence and libido.

2. It’s all about balance

Different types of exercise can boost your sex hormones – strength training helps to increase testosterone, but you also need the balance of slow, mindful exercise to help calm the mind and lower cortisol in the body (the stress inducing hormone that also will decrease your libido).

For the perfect mix, try to include high intensity training (this is better for releasing endorphins) in your routine at least three times a week for a minimum of 20 minutes.

Aim to work with resistance to promote muscle strength (sex hormone boosting) twice a week and try to spend 10 minutes daily focusing on breathing, relaxation and mindfulness.

3. Eat well

Look after your body, and your body will look after you. Make sure you are getting the recommended amount of fruit and vegetables to boost your energy levels and your sex drive.

And don’t forget to treat yourself with a little of what you enjoy every now and again – it may give you a boost.

4. Connect with your body

Consciously moving your muscles – whether it be the ones in your face that make you smile or the ones in your bottom that power you to run and walk – helps you to connect with your body and appreciate what these muscles can do for you.

5. Strengthen your pelvic floor muscles

Weak pelvic floor muscles due to childbirth, menopause, high-impact exercise or general ageing can lead to a loss of sensation during sex.

However, the tone of these muscles can be restored using INNOVO. This is a non-invasive, clinically proven restoration system, which uses innovotherapy to safely and effectively activate and strengthen the muscles of the entire pelvic floor.

Those that can activate their pelvic floor in this way may experience increased sexual satisfaction and more intense orgasms.

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