There are many myths and bad stereotypes surrounding the sex lives of older people. In this article we give helpful advice on how to stay sexually active when you’re older.
There is a common misconception that needs to be addressed. People seem to think that your sex life dies a slow, painful death once you are older. Sure, some age-related issues can cause minor inconveniences, but it’s not all that bad.
Ours is a society that deems sexually active older people “weird”. You all know the stereotypes: the dirty old man ogling 20-something beauties; the horny old broad who probably pops female Viagra to stay horny around the clock. The common idea seems to be: you do not and you absolutely SHOULD not have sex once you’re older.
In this article, we try to give a few helpful pieces of advice to older people who don’t want to leave a miserable, sexless life.
What Tickles Your Fancy
As you age, the sex becomes completely different. We urge older couples to explore their sexuality, it doesn’t have to be good ol’ missionary (with lights out and blanket on). It’s not wrong to explore something more risqué that you and your partner might ultimately find enjoyable. You have your starting point and from there – expand. Find something new and exciting. If your partner is overweight, physically limited or not in tip-top physical shape, there are many things you cannot do… yet there are many things you CAN do.
This one is closely connected to the previous. Some people, especially older people, are not ready to talk openly about sex and their desires. Taking that step from not talking about it and talking about it is huge. It will change your life.
Older guys are more concerned with their erection, women, however, are concerned about opportunity. Some are afraid they are not as attractive as they once were. Some (due to the lower life expectancy, sadly) have lost their husbands and are afraid to find a new guy. There are some medical issues, as well. Having sex might be painful because of the age-related thinning of vaginal tissues. Good news: all of the above is treatable and solvable.
Let’s start off by address the elephant in the room: ED is treatable. Talk to your doctor. Find a pill that works. Now, moving on: you should make some lifestyle adjustments, i.e. stay active, exercise, quit smoking, reduce your alcohol consumption.
The Bottom Line
Aging is not a disease. You can either give up or live the life to the fullest. The choice is yours.
The sad reality of aging is that even the healthiest, strongest men will experience a few health issues as they age. After the age of 50, you can expect a few health problems – and no, not every single one of these can be solved with a pill of generic Tadalafil – you know what we mean.
Here’s the list of smaller issues that men after the age of 50 are (almost) guaranteed to encounter:
For this list, it’s easier to just write down the top ten causes of death in men. Men, on average, have shorter life expectancies than women, due to their lives being more stressful, along with some other factors. Here are the top 10 causes of death in men.
Now that you know about the most prevalent issues, both minor and major, it’s your time to make some lifestyle adjustments and become proactive about your health.
Male infertility is quite a common issue. For a regular, healthy couple conceiving a baby is a simple and natural experience. For some other couples it can be incredibly challenging. First and foremost, male fertility is mostly related to the quality and quantity of the sperm.
Male infertility is common, as we mentioned before. In about 20% of infertile couples, the issue lies solely on the male partner.
Male infertility is most commonly caused by something that affects either sperm production or transport. According to the latest data, here are the top 4 causes of infertility in males:
There’s much further research to be conducted on this topic, as evidenced by the widespread “unknown causes” diagnosis. There are many causes for low sperm count and lack of sperm, let’s go over some of them:
That’s just the tip of the iceberg, to put it bluntly. There are so many medical, environmental and health causes that it would take a whole new article to do them justice.
Usually, male infertility is treated by one (or more) of the following methods:
Other treatments include taking clinically proven male fertility supplements, think Sildenafil 100 mg and FertilAid. The bottom line is: male infertility is treatable if your doctor is able to properly identify the root cause.