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Better Coupling during Cold Winter Months

Author: John Dugan
by John Dugan
Posted: Dec 31, 2015

With winter weather comes the deep freeze outdoors – and sometimes it gets a little frosty indoors, too, at least where the sensual activity is concerned. However, it is quite possible to have better coupling in the winter, even when the frigid air outside seems daunting. Men who are experts at maintaining their male organ health can put their favorite organ to good use with just a little extra winter preparation.

Fight winter down-time.

Some animals hibernate during the winter. Humans don’t, but it’s natural for our systems to "shut down" a little during the cold time, and that includes the sensual drive. Still, with just a little stoking, the sensual fires can flare up again.

Speaking of fire…

One good way to get a partner in a romantic mood is by starting a roaring fire in the fireplace. If a guy doesn’t have a fireplace in his own home, it’s worth finding a cozy bed & breakfast with this bonus in their rooms. Fires rekindle romance and there’s nothing quite like snuggling underneath a quilt in front of a fire to pave the way for some better coupling action in a relatively short time.

Candles are good, too.

If a fireplace isn’t available (or even if one is), try scented candles. These also set a romantic mood that many women find quite exciting.

Get handy.

A sensual massage is welcome at any time, but especially during the winter – and especially if it comes accompanied by warmed oils. The feel on the skin of massage oil that has been warmed up tends to both relax a person and get their motor revved up at the same time – and it feels especially wonderful when the weather is frosty. The important thing to remember is that the oil should be warm, not hot; try putting a fresh, unopened container of massage oil in a bowl of hot water. Leave it there for about three minutes, just long enough for it to have absorbed a little warmth.

Prepare a summer playlist.

Christmas carols are nice at the right time, but for getting warmed up during the winter, try setting the mood with songs that have a definite summer or hot weather theme to them. Anything that evokes warm weather and sensual feelings of basking in the sun can help to keep the cold air away from the bedroom.

Take a dip.

A lovely, relaxing warm bath can get a person in the mood for coupling. The attentive male partner will take care of drawing the bath for his lady love, supplying bubble bath or scented bath oils, and rubbing her body gently and carefully with a loofah. And if she invites him to join her in the tub, so much the better.

Go camping indoors.

Winter can be the perfect time to go camping – in one’s own bedroom or living room. Don’t bother with a tent; simply get out the sleeping bag. This is the time to see if two people can fit comfortably in one bag and how far it can get zipped up. No sleeping bag? Improvise with some flannel blankets instead.

As is often the case, the real key to better coupling during the winter is to simply be creative and committed. Men also want to make sure their members are in prime health, so regularly using a top-drawer male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) should be part of their routine. Of special importance is selecting a crème with L-arginine, an enzyme which helps boost production of nitric oxide. This in turn enables blood vessels in the manhood to be more relaxed and accepting of the all-important blood flow to the area. Also essential: a crème with vitamin C, due to the role that vitamin plays in collagen production and male organ tissue firmness.

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