The Ultimate Guide to Sex for The Menopausal Woman

While many things change as we get older, having a healthy and fulfilling sex life doesn't have to be one of them. Here's how to keep the spark alive.

This biggest misconception as we get older is we lose our sexuality. Things may look and feel different, but we should continue to embrace our sexuality and our sensuality.

No one is a mind reader. When sexual function problems arise, shame, guilt, and even resentment can build up and create bigger problems.

Communicate what you need to your partner

Shift your focus from "intercourse" to "outercourse" to embrace various forms of intimate connection beyond penetration.

Be open to changing the definition of sex

A healthy lifestyle is where it starts. Healthy sex life and sexual function are dependent on a healthy cardiovascular system and good overall health.

Practice a healthy lifestyle

Sex is a great stress reliever Menopausal women experience increased stress, and the good news is that sex is a natural stress reliever.

Benefits of a healthy sex life in menopause

Vaginal atrophy happens when the body produces less estrogen. This can cause dryness, pain during sex, itching, urinary incontinence, and spotting.

Sex after menopause is good for your vagina

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