If You’re 40+ You Should Try This In Bed

Relive your twenties again

Christine
ILLUMINATION

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I may be under thirty, but I know a lot of people over 40. That said, talking to these people a little, I learned that a couple’s intimate life ends up being harmed with age, even more so when you’re over 40 — that way, looking for a way to help these people “relive” the glory days of their relationships, I gathered some super useful information to lighten that gas you haven’t seen in years, lol.

With that in mind, let’s explore the road to pleasure together and learn more about how to warm up a relationship after testosterone gets low. I bet this article will guide you to better days in bed, so trust me, and let’s learn more about the subject together.

And I’ll tell you right away: sex has no expiration date.

I had to break this initial paradigm before someone came here to comment something like: “Ah, I’m too old and I don’t feel excited about having sex anymore.” This is clearly a lie told to sleep. Whether you’re 20 or 60, coitus will continue to be a basic need of your body, and no matter what you do, you’ll continue to feel the mundane desires that the pleasure hormone exerts on it — That said, if you feel like your libido has dropped, that your desire to have sex has gone away like the waves on the beach, and that you will never again be able to…

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