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It Matters: 5 Yoga Poses You Need To Boost Your Sexual Stamina

If you want to have a fulfilling and happy sex life, there are several things that you need to do. There are many options that you can choose from when it comes to enhancing your sexual drive. There are websites like   that you can visit for more intensive and helpful tips to improve your mechanical drive. Yoga, for instance, is the best way to turn you into a bed master. Numerous yoga poses are beneficial to your body. It can improve the strength and blood circulation in the pelvic area.

yogaAccording to Bharat Thakur, a fitness master, sex evolves into mechanical and routine for a few minutes of stress relief. He adds that yogic postures can make your body supple and can relax your muscles which will help your body functions beautifully.

Yoga also helps your overall physical, mental and sexual state to work harmoniously with each other. Furthermore, the effect of yoga in improving the libido and sexual enhancement are reaping intensive documentations for ages.

It’s about time that you unleash your “inner Eros” and spice up your sex life with these five proven and effective yoga poses to enhance your sexual stamina.

  1. Ustrasana

This yoga posture relieves your whole body by opening your spine and hips, building better endurance. It also aids in distressing your entire body system, and you will feel more relaxed and lighter yet very energetic in bed.

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Directions:  Firmly stand on your knees. Grip your heels slowly with your hands pushing your hips forward. Arch your backs and drop your head backward. You have to retain normal breathing while staying at the posture for 10 to 30 seconds. Repeat thrice.

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