What Will Your Sex Life Be Like in 5, 10, 20 Years?
By Kate Sullivan
WHAT REALLY HAPPENS TO YOUR SEX LIFE IN YOUR 60S AND BEYOND
Health problems can take a toll on sexual response. Diabetes can unfavorably change your hormone levels, medications can reduce arousal, and arthritis can even decrease your ability to have maximal clitoral stimulation, says Berman. TIPS: Regular exercise can bump up your sex life if you find your libido sagging. "Women who do weight bearing exercises, have good muscle tone, and have good cardiovascular health are not only more likely to be in the physical condition to have sex, but they may be more likely to be in the hormonal condition to do so, too," says Berman. It's not too late for women who haven't made sex a priority to change that now. Keep your pelvic floor alive, says Berman, by exercising your vagina with a partner or through self-stimulation.