If you believe the old story, women simply don’t want sex after a certain age.
Well, I don’t know where that story came from…but it doesn’t apply to most of the women I’ve known through my practice.
In fact, when fertility is no longer an issue, and the kids are grown up and gone, you can enjoy a tremendously fulfilling sex life.
And in the next few minutes, I’ll help you discover how.
Overcoming “The Change”
At a certain point in your life, you will (or already have) stop ovulating. Your estrogen levels drop. And you experience what we euphemistically call “the change of life.”
Frankly, it’s not an easy time for any woman.
In fact, a large Australian study discovered that 88 percent of women experience sexual problems after they stop ovulating. And most of the time, it’s physical.
The most common problems you may encounter are
- vaginal dryness,
- painful intercourse,
- arousal problems,
- trouble having an orgasm
- and lower sexual desire.
But don’t let this scare you. Because most of these problems are related. And you can beat them.
You probably know that estrogen plays a major role in both desire and the physical aspect of sex. But did you know there are simple, natural ways to address the underlying estrogen problem…and each of these issues? You can – and it’s often easier than you might think.
Let’s look at a few of those ways…
How to get your mojo back
Besides a patient, caring partner, blood flow is your biggest ally for greater arousal. During arousal, your body directs additional blood to your sex organs. And nitric oxide (NO) boosts blood flow.
So it stands to reason that boosting NO can help improve blood flow during that critical time of arousal.
And it’s easy to boost NO. Just stock up on L-arginine, the raw material your body uses to make it. Include nuts, lean meat, seafood and low-fat diary products regularly in your diet. They’re all good sources of L-arginine.
But other issues can get in the way of arousal. For instance, nothing kills a woman’s romantic mood faster than “hot flashes.”
Fortunately, you can use herbs to safely lower – or even banish – the annoying distractions that come with “the change.” Two of the best are chasteberry and black cohosh.
Chasteberry comes with a bonus, too. Studies show it acts on your body’s estrogen receptors. That’s great news when estrogen is in short supply.
And speaking of estrogen…
Restore your natural balance with phytoestrogens
I’m not usually a big fan of soy, largely because of its estrogenic effect. But when it comes to women’s change, I take a slightly different stand.
When your body is making less estrogen, you may need more to feel “normal” again. One of the safest and easiest ways to get back to “normal” is to use soy.
Soy isoflavones are plant products – called phytoestrogens – that act like estrogen. So they can help your body can regain its balance. In fact, a team at Toronto Hospital found that nothing beats phytoestrogens for naturally relieving the effects of low estrogen levels.
And that just leaves us with dryness and discomfort. Fortunately, there’s a “fix” for that, too.
Vitamin E to the Rescue
To help keep your vaginal tissue moister and more comfortable, use vitamin E capsules.
Longer foreplay – besides being pleasurable – can also help increase lubrication. And you can use a commercial water-based lubricant during intercourse.
The bottom line is that there’s no reason any generally healthy woman – of any age – shouldn’t enjoy a fulfilling sex life. And when you put all these ideas together, you have a blueprint that should help you get there.
Dr. Woliner is a board certified medical physician and modern day pioneer in the world of alternative men’s health and nutritional science. Using a unique combination of modern “Western” medicine and traditional holistic healing practices, Dr.Woliner has revolutionized men’s health care treatments for many of today’s most common male health concerns – specializing in alternative treatments for Prostate enlargement (BPH) and a myriad of erectile concerns and men’s sexual health issues.
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