4 Simple Habits to Boost Your Sexual Wellness

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Masturbate Regularly

Is regular masturbation a good thing? Yes, shout it from the rooftop, masturbation is good for your health! It has some great health benefits and is good for your sexual wellness. So, what are the benefits of masturbation?

  • Induces sleep
  • Decreases stress
  • Relieves pain and cramps during menstruation
  • Can be used to treat sexual disorders
  • Releases tension, both sexual and physical
  • Helps you love yourself and your body

Masturbation is good for your sexual wellness as well. First of all, it’s about as safe as sex can get. You don’t have to worry about pregnancy or STDs. It also helps you discover what you like.  You can experiment with pressure and speed in a safe environment. Once you decide to bring in a partner, knowing what you like can make the experience easier, more fun and less awkward because you already know what makes you orgasm.

Do Kegel Exercises

What are Kegel exercises? Kegels are an exercise where you clench and release the muscles in your pelvic floor. Many people use them to strengthen these muscles. The great thing about these exercises is that they benefit both men and women. The benefits of Kegel exercises can really help your sexual wellness. For men, they can help with premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction. For women, Kegel exercises can be very helpful during pregnancy and after childbirth, both of which can weaken your pelvic floor. In general, Kegel exercises can also boost orgasms and help with incontinence.

Get More Sleep

Sleep and sex are actually pretty tightly connected. If you’re lacking in one area, there’s a good chance that you are in the other as well.  So, how does a lack of sleep affect your sexual wellness?

  • Increases the risk of developing anxiety and depression, both of which can cause sexual dysfunction.
  • Decreases your body’s production of sexual hormones.
  • Increases stress, which can impede your sexual desires, cause infertility and make men struggle to keep an erection.
  • A more obvious side effect is that it makes you too tired to have sex.

Studies have proven that getting more sleep increases your sex drive. If you don’t get the right amount of sleep, you won’t be interested in sex.

Practice Mindfulness

Mindfulness is an awareness and focus on the present moment. Not just going through the motions, but experiencing what life has to offer in that very moment. Practicing mindfulness is very important to your sexual well-being, as it helps you connect with yourself and/or your partner. So, how do you practice mindfulness? Well, one way to practice mindfulness includes getting out of your head. Many people worry about how they look or if they are being a good partner while having sex, and the more you focus on those feelings, the less likely you are to orgasm. Mindfulness is the difference between thinking and feeling. If you are spending the whole experience thinking, you are not going to do a lot of feeling. Mindfulness takes practice and the best way to practice is to integrate it into your day-to-day life. Get used to living in the moment in your daily life and incorporate that feeling into your sex life.


Masturbating regularly, doing Kegel exercises, getting more sleep and practicing mindfulness are four great habits for increasing your sexual well-being. Sex is a big part of our health, so it is important to make sure we keep our sexual wellness in mind. Having great sexual wellness makes us feel good and makes us healthy. It decreases the risks of sexual dysfunction and can also help treat or prevent other medical conditions as well. Taking care of your sexual-well being helps to ensure yourself a happy, healthy lifestyle.