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3 ways of fighting anxiety in bed

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Over the years, both men and women have experienced anxiety in bed. It is normal for anxiety to creep up on us whilst thinking about having sex. It affects both genders regardless of their past sexual experiences. We tend to worry about whether we are doing it right or how good we are. In order to know why sexual anxiety is affecting you, then looking and understanding the causes might help.

Causes

Sex is all about the physical response and emotions. A stressed mind will lead to the body responding with no excitement either. Worry, therefore, tends to develop from the problems stated below;

·        Worry about the penis size.

·        Problems present in the relationship

·         Being concerned about premature ejaculation or taking forever to orgasm.

·        Concern about body size and weight

·        Doubting your performance in bed. Worrying that you won’t sexually satisfy your partner by performing poorly in bed.

With all the above processes, the body releases stress hormones such as norineprinephine and epinephrine.

Symptoms

Having too much worry during sex reduces our performance power in bed. No matter how sexually appealing your partner is, with a poor state of mind, one is bound to fail in bed.

Stress hormones tend to reduce blood vessel size. This makes having an erection a mountain to climb since very little blood flows into the penis. In women, anxiety makes arousal quite difficult leading to little or no lubrication. Thus there is no physical desire to have sex.

Anxiety shifts the attention of lovemaking. When one is concentrating on whether they will perform well in bed during intercourse, the focus on the current moment is lost. Even if they are super aroused, achieving climax becomes a problem.

Solutions

1. Consult a therapist

See a doctor or therapist who is well versed with sex matters. This can help to understand and eliminate the reasons for being anxious in bed. For example, if erectile dysfunction seems an issue, then techniques for being under control should be sought.

2. Intimacy among partners

Other intimate things that do not include intercourse should be enjoyed among couples. This includes giving each other massages, bathing together, masturbating with each other. Masturbating helps reduce the pressure of sexual performance.

3. Exercising helps in keeping fit and also have good stamina for sex.

4. Self-distraction

Mind distraction is critical when trying to avoid worries in bed. This is achieved by listening to music or watching a movie while having sex. Also, having thoughts which turn you on might be helpful. Escorts in Ipswich suggest that digressing from the sexual event at hand helps reduce worry and lowers over excitement.

Conclusion

There is no need to torture oneself about appearance and performance in bed. Where necessary, a therapist should be consulted. Remember that the best way to intervene in your sex life is to communicate with your partner or escort about what might work for you.




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