Lovemaking Tips for Couples - How to Keep the Fire Alive

So you and your sweetheart have settled into the routine of marriage and although your lovemaking remains hot and steamy, you wonder if it will always be this way.

That’s a question many couples don’t think to ask, or even know to ask, but scientists asked that question – and there is an answer. It seems that Italian researchers found¬† that a protein in the brain called Nerve Growth Factor (NGF) is responsible for that initial intoxicating rush and excitement of being in love. During extensive testing it was determined that couples who were in the first few months of their relationship showed high levels of NGF. Although this powerful protein is responsible for the first blush and excitement of love, it was found to fade significantly over the span of just 12 short months.

For couples who have been together many years, NGF protein levels continued to decrease over time and for some, it actually became non-existent. Although NGF protein levels may be limited or non-existent in your brain and that of your spouse, here’s the good news – you can still experience explosive, passionate lovemaking. This is because the diminishing NGF protein releases another chemical process that engages social bonding which works to help keep couples together even after the chemically induced lovemaking passion has diminished or disappeared. This bonding opens the door for more intense, deeper, passionate lovemaking than even in the early days of your spousal relationship. That’s good news for all couples and here are some tips to help you return to the passionate lovemaking of your wedding night.

Lovemaking Tips For Couples

Recognize that your lovemaking will not always remain the same, as it was when you first got married. It can and may get even better.

Maintain your love, respect, hope for and faith in your spouse.

Keep the romance alive. Plan regularly scheduled date events for you and your spouse even with and especially if you have children.

Talk about sex ((Learn how to please a man)) and lovemaking with your spouse. Communicate your desires to your mate continually and learn how to do it well. For example, if you wish your spouse to kiss you in a certain way, say something like “I love when you kiss me like this. It makes me feel ______.” You can believe your spouse will aim to please every time.

When you’re just not feeling in the mood, truthfully and gently let your spouse know why lovemaking doesn’t appeal to you at that moment. Keep the spark intact by creating an understanding environment so that your spouse does not feel rejected or neglected.

Create a special love code for use when you are in public and known to just the two of you to indicate your desire for lovemaking in unlikely and daring places.

Create special holiday lovemaking events for you and your spouse.

Create erotic and explosive lovemaking excursions, events, and tantalizing intimacy opportunities for you and your spouse up to, and including special lovemaking getaways.

Scout out and explore new lovemaking tips and games together and separately. Be sure however, that when you approach your spouse with something new that your spouse is comfortable with the new idea or request.

Whatever you do, remember that no matter the level of NGF in your brain you and your spouse can enjoy the intimacy and love that comes from a healthy sex life. It will take a little ingenuity on your part but with help from some reputable resources, your lovemaking can continue to be as hot, heavy, steamy, passionate and fulfilling as in the early days of your marriage.

If you want to ratchet up the lovemaking heat in your bedroom and drive your spouse wild, check out 500 Lovemaking Tips For Couples, by¬† Oprah love expert, Michael Webb. It includes tips on erotic ways to arouse, excite and explode your spouse’s sexual energy like never before and promises to add the spice to your lovemaking that you may be missing.

500 Lovemaking Tips and Secrets

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