No matter how many years of taboo the term ‘sexual intercourse’ has faced, never can the fact be condemned that a sound sexual life has numerous health benefits. From a stronger immune system to lower risk of heart diseases, your love life, when in bed, gets everything covered. While your body itself extracts the advantages whilst your body is in action, a very important element is the pleasure for you and your partner which comes from hygiene. Lack of hygiene on the bed can not only create displeasure for either of you but can also prove to be a major turn off. Therefore, grimy sex is a non-negotiable no-no.
Here we bring you 6 tips on how to stay hygienic before and after sex in order to avoid any repealing moment while between sheets.
1. Clean Before And After Intimacy
This is absolutely inviolable. And when we say, clean, we mean everything from genitals to your hands. The first thing you should make sure before agreeing on stuff is to ensure your and your partner’s health safety. Getting infected due to the unclean private parts or even hands is the last thing you would want your lovemaking to result into (except unwanted pregnancy. Keep your condom handy in case). If you have been sweaty all day or are planning to jump on oral, cleaning yourself before initiating becomes even more important.
As important it is to clean yourself before indulging in action, it is equally important to continue the chore after you are done making love. Make sure no bacterias remain back in genitals after sexual intercourse. A short shower will do no harm, in fact, it will leave you feeling fresh and rejuvenated.
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2. Ensure The Hygiene of Your Undies
One of the most prominent steps towards a better sex life is to keep a check on the cleanliness of your underclothes. Make sure to change them daily and in case you have had a day exhibiting a lot of physical labour, change is preferred twice a day. Neglecting the cleanliness of your undies can result in breeding germs and foul smell. Do we really need to tell you how grave a threat that is to your intimate life?
3. Respect Nature’s Call
When it comes to sexual hygiene, everything is important. No matter how unimportant that sounds, but pee before and after sex. In order to experience the delight of the process, it is really important that your mind should be free of any discomfort and an unoccupied bladder lets you experience that. Therefore peeing before intimacy is good for your comfort and pleasure. Equally important is to urinate once you have seized the action under sheets. It washes out all the remaining germs and bacterias residing in your genitals. Urinating after sex is also important for women to prevent the chances of unwanted pregnancy. Any semen, if present in the vagina or around, is washed down with urine.
4. Don’t Forget The Bed Sheet
In case you totally forget about your bedsheet amid all the heat that you create on it, please take note. Make sure to change the bedsheet more than once a week if that’s your rate as of now. Let’s assume that every time you go to bed with your partner, you go with your bells on. What next? Sweat escaping your body, vaginal fluids, semen that might have dripped on the bedsheet? It becomes even more serious when you are having a one night stand with a lack of the partner’s hygiene. What makes you think that a surface like that won’t become a breeding ground for germs and bacterias.
Enough reality check? Now go and put that sheet in the laundry.
5. Oral Hygiene After Oral Sex
If you were a little more adventurous and sporty than usual, last night and went on tasting the bare love, ask yourself the question whether you made sure the well being of your oral hygiene after that? There are high chances, in fact, it is obvious, that fluids must have payed their visit in your mouth but did you make sure to wash them off once you were all done? There should be no doubt by now that anywhere the fluids remain, serves as a call for bacterias and therefore diseases. Every time you indulge in oral sex, make sure to rinse your mouth properly and clean the teeth and tongue.
6. Loose Clothes To The Rescue
Don’t hurry into wearing tight fitted clothes as soon as you’re done with the intercourse. Every time after making love, choose loose clothes that don’t hug your skin. Let it breathe in the open air. It becomes easier for the bacterias to thrive in warm and moist areas. Don’t serve them the opportunity they’ve been hunting for.
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