Updated 27 June 2016

Too stressed for sex?

Many factors can lead to stress and this is why it is so important to manage stress levels.


“Honey, I’m home!!” “Babe, I had such a long day and what about the hefty electricity bill?”

Life in itself is stressful, sex shouldn’t fall into that category! Show me one person or an adult that can claim to live a stress-free life.

“Grab the burger, drink the wine, sleep all day, I will feel better tomorrow”.

Sorry my friend, this is not the solution to your stress problem. In reality there are many factors that can lead to stress.

This is why it is so important to manage stress levels as correct as possible. Let’s identify some of the factors that cause us humans to stress so excessively. Pressure from your job, things you have yet to accomplish, finances, marriage, children, family, relationships, body image, life – demands, fatigue, disease, hormones, depression, how much sex are you getting, we can go on and on.

There are many methods to manage and treat stress (yes it is a medical condition that’s why there’s doctors for it) that will give you a better sense of wellbeing and can also reduce symptoms associated with stress. Nothing beats that feeling of being loved or a sense of belonging though.

Listen to Marvin Gaye’s..Sexual Healing.

By just touching on some symptoms related to stress, we can once again produce a long list that will go on, and on, but our main concern regarding this article is how stress affects your sexual wellbeing. 

Now, ask yourself the question, “Are you too stressed for sex?” You are not alone.

A reduced interest in sex is one of many symptoms that can develop as a result of increased stress, not even mentioning the uncomfortable vaginal dryness that comes with it. The first step is to consciously manage your stress, by introducing stress control methods such as, relaxation, exercise, regular sleep cycles, proper nutrition, taking care of yourself, and actually having more sex.

This may allow you to be more pleasant and happy, improve your libido and may take some pressure off your relationship. With these feel good factors pouring into your life you will want to be more intimate and sex will no longer be the last thing on your mind.

Something new on the market that will help you along is called Evarmiles Gel. It is a sexual stimulant that will take you into a new pleasurable state of mind. With Evarmiles, lack of arousal and vaginal dryness will be a memory from the past.

Do yourself a favour and don’t wait until the end of the day to be intimate, find alternate times to enjoy sexual pleasure as physical affection will keep you bonded and take the edge off. Some ladies prefer self-pleasuring, nothing wrong with that, in fact it’s a nice way to explore yourself and get to know your intimate area best. Do it with Evarmiles.

Every woman is sexual in her own way, enjoys different types of pleasure and activities and therefore sexual health is not set out like a road map. If you have questions or concerns, consult with your doctor and be proud to take your sexual wellbeing into your own hands.