7 Ways to Set Up Your Bedroom for Better Sex

Posted by on July 12, 2016 in Conscious Living, Relationships & Sex with 2 Comments

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By Jordan Gray | Jordan Gray Consulting

Want to set up your bedroom for better sex, more relaxation, and more connection with your lover?

While we can exercise our willpower to a certain extent in our lives, our environments often shape our realities to a greater degree. So instead of having to overcome the lacklustre vibe in your bedroom to initiate sex, why not have the sexiness and luxurious appeal of your bedroom inspire you and your partner into sexy times with ease?


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Here are the seven highest leverage things that you can do to set your bedroom up for better sex.

1. Make your bedroom sacred

Your bedroom should be untouchable by the outside world.

It’s hard to shut off your brain and focus if you feel like you might be interrupted. So how can you keep any and all interruptions at bay?

– Put a lock on your door

– Invest in some heavy duty black out curtains (the kind that can shut out light and sound)

– Keep your phones off and out of the room

– Make sure that there’s no TV in the room

Remember, your bedroom should only have two purposes: restful sleep and deeply connecting sexual intimacy.

2. Invest in scents

Scents matter. Whether you’re using them to relax your mind after a busy day at the office, or using them to wake up and energize your senses for morning sex, investing in the smells of your bedroom will pay dividends.

Pick up an essential oil diffuser and/or some lightly scented candles with scents that both you and your partner agree upon.

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Heres a cheat sheet for some calming scents and invigorating scents…

Relaxing scents: lavender, vanilla, jasmine, pumpkin, tea tree oil.

Energizing scents: orange, lemon, citrus, rosemary.

3. Keep your bedroom at a slightly cooler temperature

When it comes to the sexiness of your bedroom, the temperature definitely matters.

If it’s too cold then it might limit the number of positions you can do because one or both of you will be too cold to want to take the sheets off. If it’s too hot then the male partner may have a more difficult time maintaining a quality erection.

This is a matter of personal taste but for better sex (and higher quality sleep) a temperature of 67-70 degrees farenheit/19-21 degrees celsius is generally best.

4. Keep massage oil handy

Sensual massage is one of the most efficient ways to get out of your head and into your body while simultaneously connecting with your partner and engaging in some light foreplay.

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Pick out your favourite massage oil from a local swanky sex shop, or use coconut oil.

(Bonus: coconut oil doubles as a massage oil and a lubricant)

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  1. Mary Davis Mary Davis says:

    Best tip for better sex in your bedroom? Be there with someone you love who loves you back.

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