The Desire For Intimacy is Timeless

“You never close your eyes any more when I kiss your lips

And there's no tenderness like before in your fingertips

You're trying hard not to show it baby but baby, baby

I know it You've lost that loving feeling, oh that loving feeling

You've lost that loving feeling, now it's gone, gone, gone”

So sang the Righteous Brothers in the 1965 classic hit “You’ve lost that Loving Feeling”.

As we age it’s natural for our physical abilities, our desire and passions to wane with the years. The natural course of aging and the stresses of our lives all contribute to this.

The desire for intimacy is timeless.

Studies now confirm that no matter what your age, you can enjoy sex, a healthy libido and desire for intimacy for as long as you wish. While sex may not be the same as it was in your 20s, it can still be as fulfilling as ever and in some ways even better. With more time and fewer distractions the senior years can be a time of creativity and passion.

You can restart a stalled sex drive, and get your sex life back in motion. Maintaining an active sex life into your senior years is a matter of good health. Sex can keep you in shape, both physically and mentally. Sex has the power to burn fat, induce the brain to release endorphins, and drastically reduce anxiety, through its health-improving benefits, a good sex life can add years to your life.

Whether you’re seeking to restart or improve your sex life, it’s important to be ready to try new things. With proper information and support, your later years can be an exciting time to explore both the emotional and physical aspects of your sexuality.

Author: Ben Boswell

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