Let's talk about sex and joint pain

In addition to the obvious pleasurable feelings associated with sexual intercourse, there are many general health benefits, including:

  • Lower blood pressure
  • Reduced stress
  • Boosts immune system
  • Improved sleep quality
  • And more...

Despite these tremendous benefits, many Americans find themselves unable to engage in sexual activities due to the untimely presence of chronic joint pain.

One of the main challenges of engaging in sex while suffering from joint pain is mobility, which can limit the options for sexual positions and satisfaction. This is particularly true when the pain is located in the knees, hips, or spine. When the hands are afflicted with joint pain, sex may be close to impossible.

If you are suffering from chronic joint pain that limits your ability to have satisfying sex, here are a few things to try or consider:

  • Try new positions - People with joint pain default to one or two positions to avoid pain, but in doing so they succumb to a familiarity that limits the excitement of the sexual experience. Experiment with new positions and don't leave any potential position untested.
  • Pick a new time of day - Many joint pain sufferers have specific times of the day when the pain is worse. Morning joint pain is common. Try to determine the highs and lows of your pain and engage in intercourse when the pain is more likely to be at a low point.
  • Use props - If your joint pain is in your back or hips, you may want to consider the use of cushions or pillows to help balance your body and reduce the pain.
  • Expand foreplay - Massaging a painful area, for example, has a dual purpose in that it can lead to reduced joint pain and heightened arousal.

Or, you can try ReJoint to help relieve the pain during sex

Prescription drugs for joint pain can have side effects, some of which can reduce sexual desire. Studies have shown that opioids prescribed for joint pain, such as Vicodin, oxycontin, and Percocet, can lower testosterone, which can affect your libido.

ReJoint, however, is a doctor formulated, 100% natural, safe, herbal remedy that can help provide  relief for chronic or intermittent joint pain. ReJoint is a unique and effective blend of five premium herbs that helps stop pain before it starts by blocking TNF-alpha and NF-kappa B.

For more information, visit https://drhrejoint.com/ or call (201) 875-8055.

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