Stay sexually active for life
The baby boomers are finally at the door step of becoming old timers and that brings with it lots of concerns, not the least of which is, “Am I over the hill sexually?” We think back on how we viewed our parents … in fact our grand parents … when we were youngsters, teens, young couples and thought, “Could those old people still be doing it?” What’s worse, we probably thought, “They couldn’t be … what a gross thought!”
You bet they were, and in most cases they still are … doing it more than you’d ever have guessed. Furthermore, there isn’t anything gross about it!
The fact is that the human animal is normally sexually active to the day it dies. Note I said normally. That is a very significant word. It means that if you are not sexually active it is not the norm. Up until a few years ago most of us thought it normal for sex to become less and less important after the age of 50 or 60. That’s because no one asked the people who were over the ages of 50 or 60. But now that more people are living to be 70, 80, 90, and 100, we are starting to notice and ask. Research with the elderly shows quite clearly that sex is as important as ever; and quite frequently and happily more fun than ever. We should all be delighted to find that out because it gives us lots to look forward to.
It also means that if you are not keeping up with the good old Jones’s you should be checking it out. Remember, the norm is that you should be getting it and enjoying it for a long time to come, and if you aren’t you should be questioning why not. In the great majority of cases what ever is stopping you can be remedied. Sex in the Golden Years is great and you should be staying sexually active for the rest of your life. This book’s purpose is to dispel lots of old myths and help us continue to be active and happy participants in nature’s greatest gift.
Like my grandmother used to say; “If the good Lord didn’t want us to do it, He wouldn’t have made it feel so good!”
1. Sex should continue to improve with time.
Humans are sexual beings throughout life. The frequency of sexual relations may diminish a bit, but the interest in sex continues and for those fortunate enough to have a partner activity continues with increased pleasure and quality, often into the eighth and ninth decades
2. Few illnesses might interfere with sex.
Men — Impotence or the inability to maintain erection is the major problem for men. In most cases this is caused more often by the treatment of chronic diseases than by the diseases themselves. Furthermore, this can often be reversed by modification of the treatment. Few diseases in themselves interfere with sexuality. Discussion of some illnesses which are most likely to cause dysfunction.
Women — Chronic illness is even less likely to prevent women from seeking to enjoy sex. Post menopausal hormonal changes may cause some drying of vaginal secretions, but hormone replacement therapy or readily available lubricants can remedy these problems. Women who remain sexually active less often have problems of accommodation even without these products. Many women tend to become more orgasmic with each decade after the age of fifty and well up into their eighties..
3. Ask your doctor to change that medication.
You can’t depend on the sensitivity of your physician to bring up the problem for conversation. If you are on medication and have noticed a drop in libido or ability to consummate satisfactory sexual relations, bring the subject up. Often medication regimen can be altered to eliminate this side effect. Medications most likely to cause impotence or dysfunction are listed.
4. Rebuild Yourself.
By the time we hit middle age most of us have let ourselves go to pot. Excellent health is very important to having a future as well as our future sex life. Getting back into our best potential health is not as difficult as you might think. A few simple life style changes can make all the difference in putting life back into your years … eating nutritiously, simple exercise and don’t poison yourself.
5. Let’s look at the facts … dispel the myths.
Dispels the myths about sexuality in the elderly and states the facts as they are in the real world of senior citizens.
6. Companionship … sex … romance … have it all!
Narrative accounts by elderly couples and individuals describing their sex lives now and before, in their own words.
7. Premature Ejaculation
If you have to have a sexual dysfunction this is the best you can have. Cure rate is as high as 98 %.
8. Oral Sex and Anal Too
These are surprisingly common practices in all ages. For most women oral sex is the quickest route to orgasm.
9. High Tech Electronics … Toys, Toys, Toys….
For those who need some help, mechanically or psychologically, there are a wide variety of services, aids and devices out there. You may be surprised at what some folks say helped them the most.
10. Quality and quantity what’s … appropriate what’s enough … is anything too mush?
What’s normal? What’s satisfying? How do couples and individuals answer these questions for themselves?
11. Multiple Orgasms and Amrita
Yes, men can have multiple orgasms and women can ejaculate with orgasm.
12. When you lose your companion.
Losing your spouse or companion, especially after a long relationship, can be an overwhelming experience. Getting back into a new relationship can be just as overwhelming.
13. What is Sex Coaching?
You are probably already familiar with Life Coaching, Fitness Coaching and Business Coaching. Sex Coaching is somewhat similar, but its focus on sexual intimacy, exploring your sensual potential, helping you to recognize and overcoming performance blocks and achieving pleasure enhancement.
Sexual and sexual health terminology
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