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It depends on your comfort level of course but consider using sexting as a way to suggest something that you haven't experienced yet would love to try. Or use it as a tactic to tap into what really turns you on. With women, in particular, it helps you find what you find arousing. It helps you get to know this whole other aspect of yourself. And then you can share it with a partner. You’re actually kind of educating them on what you find hot.

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Certain sex positions can definitely generate more body heat than others. The key factors are how much skin is touching and how fast you’re moving.

Another upside of skin-to-skin contact? It may prompt your system to produce more of the feel-good hormone oxytocin. And the release of oxytocin gives you a better chance of having an orgasm.

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Masturbation is also a stress reliever that has countless benefits for your emotional, physical, and overall health. Stop worrying and get back to focusing on what feels good for you. Avoid online searches to find information on masturbating too much and start paying attention to your body.

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Less stress, an improved mood, and higher self-esteem are all health benefits of exercise—and together they can rev up your sex drive. In fact, a recent study found that women who were taking antidepressants and were experiencing a dulled libido (a common side effect) improved sexual satisfaction by doing three 30-minute sweat sessions per week.

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Sex is natural, joyous, and occasionally even worth skipping a Grey's Anatomy marathon for. But it can also be stressful, and especially for shy guys and gals who feel like fumbling amateurs among professional woo-masters.

Here are seven tips for shedding those insecurities and leaving them in a heap at the bedroom door:

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