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3 Ways to Deal with Sexual Performance Anxiety

A lot of men come to us worried and concerned about their performance in the bedroom, aka sexual performance anxiety. The psychological aspect of impotence is very real. Sexual performance anxiety is a common male issue. While the cause can vary from medically induced to clinical depression, there are many ways to deal with it.

Below are three easy ways to deal with performance anxiety and minimize it all together.

1) Exercise
Staying in good shape is always going to boost both your self confidence mentally and your willingness to have physical contact with your partner. In some relationships lack of physical contact is really noticeable if one partner feels "fat", "unattractive" or "undesirable" because of their weight.

Diet and exercise doesn't have to complicated. It also doesn't have to take long hours. In fact, a 30 minute daily walk with your partner will go a long way in helping you increase your activity level. Think of it as part of foreplay.

There are many great fun and relationship building activities that couples can do together to get in shape and build those emotional bonds.

Walking to eliminate sexual performance anxiety

Suggestions for fun, moderate to high exercise level activities you can do together include:

  • Going for a romantic walk at the beach, lake, park or even around your neighborhood
  • Camping and hiking together through the mountains
  • Kayaking or whitewater rafting 
  • Cycling 
  • Going swimming 
  • Horseback riding
  • Roller skating or ice skating to your favorite music
  • Ballroom dancing
  • Taking out a gym membership together
  • Playing your favorite sports on a co-ed team
  • Water skiing or snow skiing getaways
  • Gardening and working together on the yard
  • Walking, jogging or running in a charity event as a team
  • Yoga classes


2) Communicate
Both men and women report that sex is much more satisfying when there is an emotional connection with their partner. It is true that this component of sexual intimacy is more important to women than men, but men also want to have a strong emotion bond with their mate if they are in the relationship for the duration.

Communicate to eliminate sexual performance anxiety

Forming this emotional connection with the other person takes effort, planning and commitment to each other, but the pay off is a very strong emotional connection that translates into a strong desire for each other physically and intimately.

Some of the easiest ways to stay connect are to look for ways to highlight and compliment each other throughout the day. A good way to get this started is to make an effort to make one meaningful compliment, notice one positive the other person does, or say thank you to the person for something they did for your each and every day.

These words of connection and emotional support and encouragement need to be from the heart, not just hollow compliments to stroke their ego.

3) (Fore)-Play

Foreplay starts early with touch. It's important to send early, clear messages about your desire as well as building anticipation of your time together are two sure ways to improve your sex life. Foreplay can include flirting, but it also needs to include some very deliberate types of physical contact. This romantic touch doesn't need to be overtly sexual in nature and for many men and women it really doesn't need to be even subtly sexual.

Foreplay to end sexual performance anxiety

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