Certain surgeries and many medications, such as blood pressure medications, antihistamines, antidepressants and acid-blocking drugs, can affect sexual function. Senior sex tips Sex may not be the same for you or your partner as it was when you were younger. Don't drink too much alcohol. Senior sex and emotional issues At any age, emotional issues can affect your sexuality. Try the morning — when you're refreshed from a good night's sleep — rather than at the end of a long day. Ask your doctor for a referral. For example, you may need to adjust your sexual routine to include more stimulation to become aroused. See a sex therapist. If you've lost your partner, it can be difficult to imagine starting another relationship — but socializing is well worth the effort for many single seniors.
A therapist may be able to help you and your partner with specific concerns. But sex and intimacy can continue to be a rewarding part of your life. One final piece of advice for maintaining a healthy sex life: If arthritis pain is a problem, try different sexual positions or try using heat to alleviate joint pain before or after sexual activity. See a sex therapist. Your doctor can help you manage chronic conditions and medications that affect your sex life. A need for more stimulation to achieve and maintain erection and orgasm Shorter orgasms Less forceful ejaculation and less semen ejaculated Longer time needed to achieve another erection after ejaculation You may feel some anxiety about these changes, but remember they don't have to end your enjoyment of sex. Senior sex and health problems Your health can have a big impact on your sex life and sexual performance. By Mayo Clinic Staff As you age, sex isn't the same as it was in your 20s — but it can still be satisfying. These physiological changes can include: But don't give up. Don't give up on romance. If you've lost your partner, it can be difficult to imagine starting another relationship — but socializing is well worth the effort for many single seniors. Eat a healthy diet. Stay positive and focus on ways of being sexual and intimate that work for you and your partner. If you start an intimate relationship with a new partner, use a condom. Change the time of day you have sex to a time when you have the most energy. Ask your doctor for a referral. Senior sex and emotional issues At any age, emotional issues can affect your sexuality. Even if it's difficult to talk about sex, openly sharing your needs, desires and concerns can help you both enjoy sex and intimacy more. For example, you may need to adjust your sexual routine to include more stimulation to become aroused. Intercourse is only one way to have a fulfilling sex life. A healthy sex life not only is fulfilling, but also is good for other aspects of your life, including your physical health and self-esteem. If you have trouble maintaining an erection, ask your doctor about treatments. Try a new sexual position or explore other ways of connecting romantically and sexually. Here are some tips for maintaining a healthy and enjoyable sex life: No one outgrows the need for emotional closeness and intimacy.
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