If you’re self-employed and/or work from home often, make a mental commitment to let go of work at least two hours before bed.
It’s healthy, it’s natural, and all of the best lovers do it.
There’s no better way to become an expert in your unique turn on’s (not to mention get an intimate relationship with your ejaculatory point-of-no-return) than to make masturbation a part of your regular habits. Many of the stories on this site contain copyrighted material whose use has not been specifically authorized by the copyright owner.
Before you start stressing out about your lack of sleep, take solace in the fact that there are things that you can do to prioritize higher quality sleep more often.– Stop working at least two hours before bed Night time is for rest.
You have no qualms about plugging in your cell phone when it needs to recharge, so why do you feel guilty taking time to allow yourself to recharge?
I always have some on-hand for the weeks where I need a big creative push, or when I’m wanting to make sure I’m up for the challenge of a big weekend away with my partner.
While doing every single aforementioned step in this article will already improve your sex life, I thought I’d kick it up a notch and remind you of some of the most important preventative and proactive steps you can take in improving your sexual performance.
The food that you consume plays a major role in how you feel.
Whether you feel clear, effective, and alert versus foggy, sluggish, and tired can often be traced back to your diet and nutrition.
Yes, there are apps/programs/blue light blocking glasses that keep you from ‘ingesting’ blue light with your eyes, but just the act of being on a digital device keeps your mind in a ‘I need to be ‘on’” mode and messes with your sleep. Trust me, your day to day stress levels will thank you. Just go to bed.– Journal out any thoughts on to paper Do you find that your mind starts racing as soon as your head hits the pillow? Keep a journal/notepad on your bedside table so that you can brain dump any random thoughts that come to you close to bed time. Just cool enough that you can sleep naked and feel grateful that you have a blanket draped over your body.– Read fiction Reading before bed is a great way to become more sleepy, but you have to be reading the right thing.
You get the benefit of externalizing your internal thoughts (and being free of them, so to speak, since they live outside of you now and you get to let go of them) while also having something to record your thoughts with that aren’t a digital device. Are you afraid that you’ll forget a really good idea, or lose something that you need to remember for later? If you’re reading a non-fiction book that you can justify as something that benefits you in your career path, then you’re not really resting…
We’re increasingly socially isolated from each other.