Sex at Every Age – What to Expect in Your 30s, 40s, 50s and Beyond

Posted on Oct 10, 2017

sexual photo of sydney escortsWine, cheese and sex. Three things that change and mature with age, offering new experiences and delights.

Note how we’re not saying these things necessarily get better with age. Just that they change. A vintage vino may have an air of grandeur around it, but stored incorrectly and it could become corked. On the other hand, its taste may naturally develop into something different (and even more delicious) compared to what you bottled.

Sex as you get older is a little like that too. You can expect your erotic experiences to change and evolve. Here’s a little look at what you can expect to happen to your sex life as you age and some tips to help you out.

Less sex isn’t a bad thing

In your 20s you probably had the freedom to go out and party pretty much every night, raising the potential of ending up in bed with someone. During your late 20s, early 30s and beyond, you may notice a marked difference.

Now you have a career. Mortgage repayments. Bills. Commitments. There’s less time for frolicking between the sheets, or you may feel tired at the end of the day. The result: less sex. But that’s OK. Having erotic, intimate moments doesn’t have to involve rolling around in the sack.

If you don’t always have the time or energy for sex, here’s what you can enjoy instead:

  • Sending erotic texts to your lover
  • Spend time chatting over dinner and drinks with your Sydney escort or partner
  • Lazy make out sessions on the sofa
  • Giving each other shoulder rubs and massages.

Take care of your health

Aging can be a bitch. Those fine-dining experiences start to catch up with us, our joints get a little stiffer and we may start to encounter a few more health issues over the years. Sex is a pretty physical act, so trying to keep in good health can help you maintain a livelier sex life.

You could try:

  • Cutting down the amount you smoke or drink, which can also help prevent erectile dysfunction (ED)
  • Keeping track of your blood pressure
  • Starting an exercise routine to keep you looking and feeling good.

A dip in testosterone

From around the age of 30, male bodies produce less testosterone. This is completely natural and, when you think about it, logical. Nature has built us to be most fertile and rampant when we’re younger. As we hit our 50s, 60s and 70s, having kids becomes less likely, so your body produces fewer of the hormones that get you into that head space.

Less testosterone can make it more difficult for men to get aroused. Erections may take a longer to show up. After about the age of 45, the amount of spunk you produce will also start to decline. Again, this all ties into the dropping testosterone levels.

Help keep your testosterone levels up by:

  • Losing a bit of weight
  • Eating good fats e.g. avocados, almonds and olive oil
  • Reducing stress, as feeling anxious releases the hormone cortisol, which is counterproductive to testosterone.

Sex at any age is all about having fun and enjoying moments of intimacy. But no matter how old you are, you can make a date with one of our beautiful Sydney escorts and enjoy dinner and drinks, a chance to unwind with a likeminded person, or something more physical.

 

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