Almost everyone has wondered about it - how do you improve your sex drive and ultimately, your sex life?
We rummaged through our lengthy list of interesting articles on the subject to find a few out-of-the-ordinary suggestions that might help you with this little conundrum.
Drink more tea
White teas from Ceylon - tender tea buds are plucked and sun-dried, carefully tended until they turn gold or silver in colour. The tea contains polyphenols, flavonoids and anti-oxidants - all known to improve the immune system and blood circulation... and your sex life. Click here for more.
Eat this cereal
If your libido is in dire need of a boost, it’s time you started eating SexCereal - a breakfast muesli that’s been thoughtfully tailored to help improve your sex life.
Get your vitamins
When our diets don't include the necessary nutrients, our sex lives can take a major nose dive. Lady Fay suggests you try two different "aphrodisiac" supplements that are supposedly jam-packed full of the necessary vitamins and minerals to get you feeling ready and willing.
Change your sheets
Improving your sex drive may be as simple as changing your sheets. Stock up on silk sheets and paint your bedroom purple if more sex is on your list of things to do, because statistics show that couples with these two bedroom features tend to have the most sex.
Do a little yoga
Many believe that yoga can help spice up our sex life by improving our physical and mental wellbeing. In fact, ancient texts encourage the use of yoga in the treatment of various bodily ailments. Researchers at the University of British Columbia found that yoga meditation can even reduce sexual dysfunction and improve libido in women. The results of the study helped prove what ayurvedic (Indian for "life" and "knowledge") teachings have been saying all along: that yoga can significantly benefit female sexuality.
It's all in your head
It's difficult to feel sexy about yourself when you're always worrying about how you look. Challenge your idea of what it is to be sexy by throwing out those unattainable goals and by accepting and loving your body for its own beauty.
Show a little affection
It's sad to hear that people in relationships say their "work-hard, play-hard" lifestyle leaves little time for intimacy. Get involved in the bedroom and experiment with foreplay - even if you're not in the mood. Start off slowly with a gentle massage, and you'll soon find that showing a bit of affection and intimacy can go a long way to help you boost your mood.