Sex is good, there’s no doubt about that. It relieves tension and stress, lowers blood pressure and enhances a person’s ability to relax. A study conducted in Scotland showed that people who have regular sexual intercourse responded better to stress than those who don’t. Sex can also boost the immunity. Having passionate love once or twice a week increases the levels of immunoglobulin A or IgA, an antibody that can effectively fight colds and other infections. And who doesn’t know about the calorie-burning power of sex? A 30-minute session can burn about 85 calories. Moreover, it improves heart health, boosts self-esteem, builds intimacy and reduces pain among many others. The list can go on and on.
Unfortunately, in today’s overly frantic world, some people don’t have the luxury of time to engage in passionate lovemaking. People who are caught up with work and stress also don’t have the energy to get it on. But hope isn’t lost. The answer to this problem is to engage in a quick romp or a "quickie" as others would call it.
Sounds like something that only the Flash would enjoy? Not necessarily. Many couples find it enjoyable and beneficial to engage in quickies every once in a while. Not only is there less pressure to give your best performance, the "quick" factor also makes it more thrilling and exciting. Heed these tips for a revved up session you won't quickly forget.
Skip the Naked Part
Having sex usually entails taking off all your clothes for a more intimate moment with your partner. But what makes a quickie exciting and different is that you get to keep your clothes on. Men would probably be wondering, “What’s so exciting about that?!” The thing is, when you leave it to your imagination, you’ll find yourself even more aroused than when your partner undresses in front of you. And if you’ve been doing it for a long time now with the same person like your spouse, keeping your clothes from time to time will keep the “mystery” so that the next time you do get naked, you will both be turned on big time.
Find a New Place
If you and your partner have been having sex in the bedroom for the last five years, you’d probably yawn at the thought of having another session there. Even if it’s a quickie, it won’t give you anything to look forward to. Changing the venue may spark up some interest and increase the excitement. After all, that’s what novelty always does. Especially if the place you’ve chosen puts you at risk of getting caught, the new and unconventional spot can give you an adventurous quickie sex. Bathroom, kitchen island, dining table—these are just some places at home where you can do the deed. Fitting room, elevator, on a boat in the middle of the ocean, at the back of a deserted building—these are a few other options for the more brazen couples.
Want to get in the mood right away? The brain can help you do just that. Fantasizing and imagining naughty thoughts is a surefire way to turn you on. Even if you are just on your bed, pretend that you and your man are stranded on an island or imagine you’re trapped inside an elevator together.
Who says you can’t be creative in 15 minutes? Even though you have less time to think, you’d be surprised of the numerous tricks and ideas that you’ll come up with. Don’t be afraid to explore them. You can try a new sex position you’ve invented inside your mind while you were in your yoga class. Or try to incorporate "sir" or "ma'am" into your quickie and play around with dirty talking. Just keep it interesting.
Quickies may be your shortcut to pleasure. In today’s world, where everything’s fast-tracked, it may be the right answer to enjoy the benefits of sex.
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