Seven Ways To Boost Your Confidence In The Bedroom

Written by on July 26, 2019 in Relationships & Sex with 0 Comments


Confidence in the bedroom is not something which comes naturally for many; in fact, it can take several years of going through the ups and downs of learning to love ourselves to feel less inhibited and more able to let go and enjoy sex.

A lot of this comes down to how vulnerable we are during sex.  From fully covered up in day to day life to naked, we can feel under the spotlight about everything from how we look to our techniques in bed.  It is no wonder then that sexual issues which affect your confidence such as erectile dysfunction can be made far worse when we consider the amount of stress so many people already feel before and during sex.  Fearing you may not be able to get or maintain an erection and in turn, worrying about whether you will be able to please your partner, can heap on the stress leading many men into a cycle of worry and concern which can wreck their sex life.

Thankfully there are treatments like Levitra from Click Pharmacy which can help, but when it comes to feeling confident in bed, there are a number of things which can be done to help boost your mindset and get yourself feeling great before getting into the bedroom.

1) Intimacy

Getting close does not start in the bedroom; begin to set the scene before you even reach that point.  Go somewhere you can take time out together – even if it’s just dimming the lights in the living room – and enjoy one another’s company in a playful and flirty way.  If you expect confidence in the bedroom to turn on like a light switch, you will remain disappointed.  Developing your intimacy before sex means spending time together; holding hands, talking, flirting and in turn, your rapport with your partner will grow and your confidence, when you get into the bedroom, will come naturally

2) Get Fit

Whether you hit the gym, hire a personal trainer, start to jog or begin working out at home, getting fit is not just an excellent option for making you feel great about how you look which will make your confidence naturally rise; it will also help your stamina in the bedroom which is another excellent way to build your self-esteem and help sex reach new highs.

3) Let Them Know What You Love

Both men and women can feel vulnerable when they strip off.  It doesn’t matter how long you have been together; there are some occasions – maybe every occasion for some – where sex is a stressful experience.  Many people assume women have all the hang-ups about their bodies when naked, but in truth, many men do as well.  It’s crucial that we take the time to tell our partner what we love and find attractive about them, and in turn, they can tell you too.  Realizing that our other half finds us sexy and wants us can be a real confidence boost so once we reach the bedroom, we can remember their favorite things about us and focus on feeling good about ourselves instead of being distracted by our self-imposed flaws.  And keep those positive affirmations going during sex if you can too, letting one another know what feels right and what you are enjoying, whether that is something they are doing or how they look to you.

4) Create A Relaxed Space

Having a safe, relaxed environment to make love in is the best way to mentally prepare for sex.  Set the scene by lighting some candles, creating a bedroom playlist and anything else you feel you need to feel good and calm.  When we feel on edge before having sex due to being somewhere or with someone who does not make us feel relaxed, then that anxiety can trigger a severe lack of confidence.  Getting the space sex-ready for you and your partner can help to give yourself a boost and make it easier to let go.  Also, ensure you have everything to hand, such as condoms and lubrication, so there is no need to break the mood to go hunting for them and have fun!

5) Take No Chances.

If you struggle with erectile dysfunction, it can be a real hit to your confidence as you feel concern that it might get worse over time, or that you are letting down your partner down and fear they may look elsewhere for satisfaction.  Our imaginations can run riot when we are going through a hard time so it is crucial you speak to your partner about what is going on so they can support you.  It is also good for them to understand that you still love them and find them attractive.  Alongside being honest and upfront, there are many available treatments like Levitra from Click Pharmacy, along with Viagra, Sildenafil, Cialis and Spedra but it is essential you complete our health check to ensure your erectile dysfunction is not an outward sign of something more dangerous going on within you such as heart conditions, high blood pressure or hormonal imbalances.

6) Get Prepared

Along with preparing the environment for sex, it is essential you get yourself ready too.  Whether that’s being shaved, moisturized and spritzed or freshly showered with new underwear, whatever makes you feel great and helps you feel ready and prepared will give your confidence a major burst.

7) Take Off The Pressure

Dim the lights and enjoy some fantasy.  If you are feeling nervous or lacking in confidence, then chances are your partner is too, so why not enjoy a break from reality.  Turning down the lights a little more can create a more erotic space, and from there you can enjoy time together playing and having fun sharing fantasies and just taking time to get to know one another’s bodies.  Time spent in the bedroom is not always about the act of sex; sometimes removing that pressure and merely spending time together touching, fantasising and learning what the other likes can help you forget your nerves, let go of stress and grow in confidence.

If you have any concerns about impotence or premature ejaculation, book a confidential online appointment with one of our doctors at Click Pharmacy.  They can advise you on whether this type of treatment is appropriate for you and help you take the next steps in getting your confidence back in the bedroom.

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