If you want to put some of the spark back into your relationship by preparing a romantic evening or a getaway and are thinking about giving Levitra a try, you want to be sure that you have created an atmosphere that maximizes the possibility of sexual stimulation for you and your partner. Remember, Levitra doesn’t create an erection – it just facilitates blood flow. So, you and your partner are going to have to get into the mood by yourselves. But, how?
Sometimes, simple is better.
You might be tempted to create an elaborate itinerary of romance for your special night with theater tickets, horse-drawn carriages and violinists serenading you, but merely removing stressors from your environment can be enough to relax your partner appropriately. If you have children, arrange for them to sleep over at a parent’s or other relative’s house. Turn your phones off. Clean the house before your partner gets home. If your partner is annoyed as soon as he or she walks through the door, it will be that much more difficult to set the tone you are trying to achieve.
Everyone’s seen movie versions of romance: candles, champagne, rose petals scattered across the bed, bubble baths, etc. What do you do if your partner thinks all of that is ridiculous? Arrange your place of interaction (and yourself) in accordance with your partner’s tastes. If your partner likes a certain flower, have arrangements featuring those flowers around the home. Same if your partner likes a certain food, cocktail or variety of scented candle. If your partner enjoys having Margaritas at your local cantina and then watching DVDs in bed, then perhaps that’s what you should do. It is important that you are certain that your partner will enjoy him or herself, and there is no better way to ensure that than by giving your partner the things that you know make him or her happy.
The same goes with your appearance. If you know your partner likes it when you’ve freshly cut your hair, or shaved or grown a beard; then do so. Wear that cologne or aftershave your partner likes. Make yourself attractive.
Get creative in the bedroom.
As we said before, Levitra – if you’ve chosen to give it a try – doesn’t generate the erection, so you will still need sexual stimulation in order to perform.
Create an erotic atmosphere.
Dimmed lights and soft music are basic tools, but they are both good for lowering inhibitions and facilitating erotic play.
Whatever you do, don’t be nervous about trying new things, if that is what you both want. You can try introducing new techniques or toys into your interplay. Just make sure you aren’t timid or unclear about asking your partner to do something you find exciting; awkwardness is a mood-killer. Make direct eye contact, lower your voice and tell your partner what your fantasies are.