7 Things You Should Never Do Before Making Love

7 Things You Should Never Do Before Making Love

3-It may sound $exy as all get-out to use food during closeness, but you increase the risk of yeast infections when you apply any sugar-based product to your sensitive areas. Yeast and sugar love one another and when you use products like chocolate and whipped cream as lubricants, you increase the possibility of post-contact yeast infections. So while it can be fun, clean up before you start interlocking parts.

2-Foods like chocolate, oysters and strawberries get mad props for enhancing the mood. But it’s surprising how little conversation we have about foods that can do the exact opposite. Spicy food can impact vaginal taste and odor. Certain foods can cause bad breath, bloating and gas. Make sure all parties wash their hands and wash out their mouths after a spicy meal thoroughly as residue has been known to set genitals afire.

1-While we’re fixated on the subject of food, indulging in a heavy meal isn’t the greatest idea either. Do you have a five course dinner before hitting the cycle? Do you chug down an ice cream sundae prior to a visit to the gym? Foods can slow you down, especially carbs, fats and sugars. It’s why a meal can make you drowsy or lethargic. While it’s not always easy to arrange, if you want to be at — ahem — full attention, eat a smaller meal beforehand.

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Physical contact is important to any relationship, but good connection in bedroom is essential to our physical and mental well-being. There is no better way to relieve stress. Love-making also produces estrogen, regulates cycles and delays the symptoms of menopause. It rejuvenates the body, promoting flexibility and strengthening of the metabolic and immune systems.

Like we needed reasons to make more love. But since you are going to, let’s always get it right. While you can’t make every encounter pure magic, you can increase the odds, especially if you take our seven tips above into account.

 
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