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Our Suggestions for Having Better Sex in 2019 How about a resolution for having better sex?

From losing weight to quitting smoking, many of us make resolutions going into the New Year. But how about a resolution for having better sex? Last week we shared tips for having kinkier sex, but today we’re sharing eight scientifically-backed suggestions to make sure you are having better sex in 2019.

Be more vocal during sex.

Studies have shown that people who make the most noise in bed tend to be more sexually satisfied. Moaning and groaning help convey what you like and what feels good, and by communicating this information to your partner, it increases the odds that you’ll get what you want. These noises signal appreciation for a partner’s efforts, and they have the potential to enhance your partner’s sexual arousal.

Experiment with sex toys for having better sex in 2019.

Experimenting with sex toys boosts not only sexual satisfaction but also sexual functioning. This is probably due, in part, to the fact that vibrators and other sex toys are an easy way of interjecting novelty and excitement into sex.

Do your Kegels.

Surprisingly, Kegel exercises, which involve strengthening your pelvic floor, can actually be carried out by men as well as women. Research suggests that Kegels also have the potential to both treat and prevent numerous sexual difficulties. (Read: How to Do Kegel Exercises the Right Way)

Limit your alcohol consumption.

Another common resolution, limiting how much you drink, could help to boost your sex life. Too much booze is a recipe for sexual problems. Being drunk can create a range of temporary sexual difficulties, such as making it harder to become – and stay – aroused and to reach orgasm. Excessive alcohol consumption can also impair sexual communication.

Spoon after sex.

Instead of going straight to sleep after sex couples should spoon instead. Research has found that, regardless of gender, the more time people spend on after-sex affection, the happier they are with both their sex lives and relationships. This reveals that it’s not just what you do during sex that matters –  what you do afterward is clearly very important, too.

Focus on quality, not quantity of sex.

While you might think that having more sex would make you happier, this isn’t the case in reality. It’s not good when sex starts to feel like a chore, so don’t get too hung up on sexual frequency. Instead, focus more on making sure that the sex you’re having is good, which is something you can accomplish by adopting the other suggestions on this list.

Touch each other more often.

Non-sexual, intimate touch can also help to boost your sex life. This kind of touch has been shown to promote relaxation, boost your bonding, and enhance communication.

Talk about your sexual fantasies.

Research has found that couples who talk about and act on their sexual fantasies are more sexually satisfied. Likewise, research also reveals that women who share and act on their fantasies have more orgasms, which suggests that getting in touch with our fantasies just might help us to close the orgasm gap!

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