Women’s Sexual Health

Many people may believe that physical desire for sexual intercourse stimulates sexual activity, which triggers arousal, leading to an orgasm. Although this is the sexual process for most men, it is different for the majority of women. Many women need different stimuli and motivators to turn on the desire for sex, along with a range of turn offs that may lessen sexual desire as well. Many women over the age of 40 and/or has been through menopause tend to have less of a physical desire for sex and more motivated to connect with their partner emotionally through sex.


Sexual fulfillment is different for everyone. Some women believe pleasure from sexual arousal is enough, while others believe climaxing is necessary for complete satisfaction. If you have some concerns regarding your sex life, you are not alone. There are many ways to help enhance your sex life and we’re here today to help!




Don’t Be Afraid to Discuss Your Needs

Talking with your partner about your sexual desires and needs may not always be the easiest thing, but you can’t assume that your partner knows what you want. Being candid about your thoughts and expectations on what you need for a healthy sex life can actually bring you and your partner closer together to experience the satisfaction you are looking for. Here are some helpful tips to get going:


  • Acknowledge your discomfort - Open up to your partner about concerns in the bedroom to start your conversation. Explain to your partner that this topic is hard to talk about for you and ask for reassurance to open up about the topic at hand.

  • Talk regularly - Once you and your partner begin talking more frequently, you will eventually become more confident and comfortable sharing your desires and feelings about your sexual experiences with your partner.

  • Set a time limit - To keep things emotionally under control and to minimize the chances of overwhelming each other, devote 15 minutes to talk about your needs/feelings in bed.


Topics to Discuss with Your Partner

Consider discussing these topics with your significant other to open up room for conversation:


  • Are you making enough time for sex?
    If you aren’t, what compromises or sacrifices are you willing to make to change things? How can you make sexual intimacy a priority for you and your significant other? Think about things or activities you can work around or stressful tasks you and your partner can support each other to help free up energy and time for sex.

  • Are there challenges in your relationship?
    Discuss with your partner the challenges in your relationship that may be interfering with intercourse and how to address them. Are you guys still romantic? Are there ways to reignite the fire?

  • What gives you sexual pleasure?
    Talk to your significant other about what gives each of your personal enjoyment and mutual enjoyment. Be open-minded and listen to your partner’s wants and needs  in the bedroom. If one of you feels uncomfortable with the other person’s needs, be open to negotiating needs and compromising. Find the boundaries of what makes you uncomfortable and communicate it.


Consider FemiWave

If you feel that you could benefit from another source, you may be able to benefit from FemiWave. FemiWave is a breakthrough non-invasive procedure that will improve blood flow to the vagina, helping women improve sensitivity, lubrication strengthening, tightening, and help enhance sexual performance and function overall.  FemiWave utilizes low-intensity sound waves to help repair blood vessels to restore sensation and natural lubrication to the vagina. FemiWave can improve sexual experiences for women during all stages of life with an interest in enhancing sensitivity and better orgasms including after childbirth, during menopause, perimenopause, or post-menopause.  


If you are located in Las Vegas, Nevada, contact Ageless Forever today for a consultation or register here.

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