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senser
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How can sports like fitness improve the quality of sex?


Bakagan
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Training and sex are like peanut butter and jelly,a perfect match!
senser
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Over stressing (work, private issues and yes, the gym) the body can and will cause the libido to drop......now.....I doubt that you are over training but are prolly just under eating and/or under sleeping.

I would not go and see a doc until I looked at my diet/training routine (volume/how often)/sleep/stress levels...........after you clear all that up and still have this issue.......well, thats when I would bring the doc into.
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senser wrote: Sun Dec 12, 2021 2:19 pm Over stressing (work, private issues and yes, the gym) the body can and will cause the libido to drop......now.....I doubt that you are over training but are prolly just under eating and/or under sleeping.

I would not go and see a doc until I looked at my diet/training routine (volume/how often)/sleep/stress levels...........after you clear all that up and still have this issue.......well, thats when I would bring the doc into.
Engaging in regular exercise can strengthen the cardiovascular system, improve blood circulation, tone muscles and enhance flexibility, all of which can improve your sex life.

Physical activity can improve sexual performance and sexual pleasure, as well as increase the frequency of sexual activity.

A group of women in their 40s observed that they experienced orgasms more frequently when they incorporated more strenuous exercise, such as sprints, boot camps and weight training, into their lifestyles.

Also, among a group of 178 healthy men, the men that reported more exercise hours per week had higher sexual function scores.

One study found that a simple routine of a six-minute walk around the house helped 41 men reduce their erectile dysfunction symptoms by 71%.

Another study performed in 78 sedentary men revealed how 60 minutes of walking per day (three and a half days per week, on average) improved their sexual behavior https://enrgifitness.com/sex-or-fitness-what-to-do/ , including frequency, adequate functioning and satisfaction.

What's more, a study demonstrated that women suffering from polycystic ovary syndrome, which can reduce sex drive, increased their sex drive with regular resistance training for 16 weeks.
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