We will never forget that first time we made eye contact with our partner.
That first time your hands accidentally brush against each other as your feel the rush of warm blood to your cheeks, right up to the first time his lips met yours, as you felt frozen in time… just because you didn’t want that moment to end.
But like all good things, most of these moments are fleeting at best. The honeymoon (or ‘horny’moon) period is arguably the most enjoyable period of any relationship, as there is nothing your partner can do that is wrong.
Once the honeymoon period is over, all bets are off. Anything can happen. Who makes it and who breaks it?
From Intimacy to Inadequacy
One of the most telltale signs ever that signals the death of the honeymoon period is the decreased activity of sexual activity.
Physical intimacy forms the crux of the honeymoon period of a relationship. This is when both parties cannot keep their hands off each other, and there is a lot of kissing and spooning and verbal affirmations of love that goes on.
Alarmingly frequent sexual activity usually follows after that, at the expense of the bed board and the bedsprings.
This is one stage everyone will go through, but we’re not saying this the frequency of sex should stay the same for 5 years in a row, but if you find yourself having close to zero desire to sleep with your partner, maybe some questions need to be asked.
More than Just the Lack of Butterflies in the Stomach?
Speaking from a female’s perspective, there are other reasons to look into the loss of interest in sexual activity with your partner.
Before you ask yourself if you still really love him or think that he doesn’t do enough to satisfy you, maybe you need to search within yourself. Quite literally.
Your pelvic floor might be crumbling on you.
The Floor is Lava
If you’re not feeling as good as you used to during sex with your partner, you might be suffering from a case of a weakened pelvic floor.
This is one of those invisible ailments that creep up on you without your knowing it unless you are in the know when it comes to the symptoms leading up to it.
If you find yourself peeing a little whenever you sneeze, laugh or run jump, this is your first sign right there.
Other symptoms of a weakened pelvic floor include chronic back pain and a sensation of heaviness in the nether region.
All of these signs are the reason could be the reason why you’re not enjoying sex as much as you did with your partner, even though you still do love him so.
Before Things Go Further South
Negligence of a weakened pelvic floor can lead to even more dire situations like prostate cancer as you age, so it is best to nip the problem in the bud in its earlier stages or even better – before it.
One DIY method of re-fortifying your pelvic floor muscles is through a very simple routine know as Kegels.
This involves the clenching and unclenching of your vaginal muscles wherever you are, and whatever you’re doing. Settle into a routine, and stick to it, increasing the count whenever you feel it starting to get effortless.
Another way to go about this is to leave this in the good hands of Functional Magnetic Stimulation, a procedure that requires no effort on your end, but significantly contracts and tightens your pelvic core, restoring the sensation into your vagina.
But if you really do love your partner, do more than that. Treat yourself to the whole package with the Intimate Renewal Program… and watch as you get whisked by into the good ol’ frisky times of the great ‘horny’moon period.
*Winks* you’re very welcome!