foreplay may be especially important.
A higher percentage of women actually reported that stimulation of the clitoris is necessary for them to orgasm versus orgasm from intercourse alone.
Spend more time on touching, kissing, using sex toys, and performing oral sex to increase your sex drive.
4. Sleep More
Mothers and caregivers who balance life, work and home are often left exhausted, which can lead to a reduced sex drive.
Boost your energy and sex drive by taking naps when you can and ensuring you get your 8 hours of sleep.
5. Try Aphrodisiacs
Chocolate, figs, bananas, and avocados, for example, are considered libido-boosting foods, known as aphrodisiacs.
Chocolate actually promotes the release of phenylethylamine and serotonin into your body. This can produce some aphrodisiac and mood-lifting effects to get you hot and ready for your mate.
6. Add Herbs
Maca, Tribulus, ginkgo, ginseng, garlic, and even basil stimulate the senses. Garlic, for example, contains high levels of allicin and increases blood flow which can increase your libido power.
By experimenting on yourself, you can come to better know what actually stimulates you sexually. For women, self-pleasure can also reduce vaginal dryness and pain, so never knock it until you try it.