How to Behave After Sex | 22 Things to Do After Sex

22 Things to Do After Sex

Do you know that romanticism reaches its height after a hot sex session? Do you know that after a passionate sex session, you can strengthen your bond and make your relationship with your lover even better?

As soon as they have a great time in bed, the majority of couples turn to their respective sides and go to sleep. According to statistics, seven to eight men or women out of ten fall asleep right away after a satisfying night in bed with their lover.

However, it is important for the couple to spend the time immediately following the sex session to rediscover their love for one another. Make an effort not to merely drift asleep after a wonderful session in bed; now is the moment to connect and gel with your lover like never before.

22 Things to Do After Having Sex

The top suggestions that you and your mate can use immediately after sex to strengthen your love bond are as follows.

 

1. Remaining Committed to Your Partner After Sex

Allow the familiarity of the time to gradually go. Spend some time lying there together and enjoying the after-coital warmth. Even while the physical act of having a relationship may be done, the warm, cosy feeling that comes with it doesn’t have to.

All too frequently, as soon as sex has concluded, individuals will get up and leave or find something else to their attention, denying themselves of the tiny moments of pleasure that follow after the immediate excitement has passed.

You should schedule time to slowly and softly return to reality after sex, just as you utilise foreplay to heighten the pleasure and anticipation before sex.

2. Taking Pictures

Taking Photographs Taking self-portraits of the two of you every time you engage in the best sex in bed is one of the best methods to strengthen your relationship. After a lengthy sex session, you’ll undoubtedly have a great glow on your face, and you’d love to catch that glow on camera.

Make sure to take pictures of the two of you together. Additionally, you can experience the same after a few days, and this may be the perfect formula for the two of you to resume your regular bedtime routine.

 

3. Chat With Your Partner

Talk to your partner. You should talk to your lover both during and after sex. It will aid in enhancing their communication and in reigniting their desire and passion for one another.

You should refrain from discussing anything serious and instead stick to comedic and lighthearted topics.

 

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4. Cuddling

Snuggling When your partner gets into bed following sex, cuddle with them. While cuddling, plant gentle, passionate kisses on his or her cheeks and neck to win their love.

This is also a great way to show your lover how much you admire them, especially after a steamy night in bed, every partner enjoys some cuddling and spooning. As a variety, try conversing with your lover in addition to cuddling.

 

5. Soft Touches

Gentle Touches It would be preferable for you to hold onto your sexual enthusiasm after enjoying yourself in bed. Be sure to touch and rouse each other as much as possible while in bed.

These gentle touches have the potential to be quite romantic, and there is a risk that both of you could become sexually aroused again as a result.

On occasion, you might even feel like getting sex immediately away. Soft touches will strengthen your affection for one another whether you two are reading or watching TV.

 

6. Watch Movies

See motion pictures It would be better for you and your spouse to watch a fantastic movie together after having sex rather than going straight to bed.

Watching romantic and lighthearted movies would be preferable to watching serious, scary, or tearjerking ones. You two will strengthen your relationship even further if you touch and cuddle while watching the movie.

 

7. Laugh Your Heart Out

Laugh Uncontrollably Sharing jokes or even your thoughts about your sex session that make you both laugh is a great way to relax after a satisfying time in bed.

After a sensual in-bed encounter, you two will become much closer by laughing heartily together. After a session in bed, you can even exchange some coarse jokes to keep each other entertained.

 

8. Talk About The Future

Discuss the future. Couples shouldn’t go straight to bed after a satisfying sex session. Before going to bed, you both need some time to unwind and rest. While in bed, you can talk about your future plans.

You can talk about each other’s aspirations, plans, and hopes. You can discuss upcoming travel plans, a movie date, and other things. If you two were meeting for a one-night stand, this would be ideal.

 

9. Take A Short Nap

Have a quick nap It is good for you to take a break so that you can calm down if you and your partner have just experienced some of the most intensely sensual moments of your lives.

Many people enjoy taking a quick snooze after a satisfying romantic encounter. Be sure to embrace each other’s arms before taking a quick siesta inside.

After some time has passed, you should awaken. If you like, you can also have another enticing sex session.

 

10. Reconnect With Your Partner

Re-establish contact with your partner To strengthen your relationship, it’s best to get back together after having sex. You two can spend a lot of time gazing at each other while lying in bed next to one another.

Additionally, you might whisper softly to your partner in a way that is comforting to them. You can rekindle your relationship with your lover by touching, cuddling, laughing, and embracing one another.

 

11. Take Some Food

Bring Food If you intend to have an intense session in bed, you might be wise to keep some snacks on hand. Following some wild sex, you two can indulge in this meal.

After a heated session, you’ll undoubtedly be exhausted. The ideal approach to unwind and calm down is to feed your spouse while cuddling up to them and sharing an apple or another favourite dish.

Since having sex is like doing a vigorous workout, you will undoubtedly burn a lot of calories when having sex. After a sexual encounter, you two would both enjoy biting into an apple and sharing a meal.

 

12. Take a shower or a bath together

When it’s time to stand up and leave, do it all at once rather than in batches. You could find that a hot shower is all you need to feel revived. If there is room, you may also get in a bath and take a lengthy, soothing soak.

This will not only conserve water but will also give the two of you a chance to have fun and get more at ease with one another.

First-time bathing with someone can be a little awkward. Maintain a playful atmosphere by offering to scrub their back for them or playful splashing them.

 

13. Let conversation unfold naturally

If you intend to play another round, it’s crucial to take some time to recover and reenergize.

Allow the discussion to flow spontaneously. When you do start chatting again, be natural about it. Relax, be genuine, and only speak when you have anything to add. A nice place to start could be to compliment your partner on their performance or ask them how they’re feeling.

Make an effort to avoid making your line of inquiry seem interrogatory. By posing questions such, “Did you like when I did this?” you’ll be putting them on the spot.

Never give post-sex feedback, rankings, or unsolicited advise. It’s a time for happiness, not for receiving criticism. 

14. Get some space if you’re feeling withdrawn

If you’re feeling withdrawn, find some solitude. When the act of intimacy is over, some people find that they suddenly feel distant, especially if their partner is someone they don’t know well.

This is entirely typical. If you’re feeling conflicted or uncomfortable with the thought of continuing to talk to a stranger, excuse yourself and go do something else, like make a phone call to a friend you can trust or go for a long walk.

If, after a few minutes, your discomfort doesn’t improve, you can always leave or request that your partner leave.  After sex, you are not required to hold hands, flirt, or engage in conversation. Instead, you should constantly follow your comfort level.

As vital as it is for your spouse to unwind and enjoy themselves, it’s as crucial to check in with yourself to see how you’re handling what has just happened.

 

15. Try to stay awake

Try to be alert, It’s normal to feel a bit drowsy immediately after performing the act, however falling asleep after an intense act of passion could be perceived as disrespectful.

Try your best to be attentive and involved. If you’re particularly exhausted, it might be beneficial to sit up or start a stimulating conversation.

When you start to feel like you might fall asleep, focus on taking several full, deep breaths or stand up and move about to get your blood flowing.

As vital as it is for your spouse to unwind and enjoy themselves, it’s as crucial to check in with yourself to see how you’re handling what has just happened.

 

16. Put your phone away

Until the momentary silence passes, make sure the other person knows they have your whole attention. The last thing you want is for your partner to turn around after a private moment to see you staring at a screen.

Later, you’ll have plenty of time to reply to SMS messages and change your Facebook status.  To avoid interruptions, it’s a good idea to silent or switch off your phone prior to having sex.

 

17. Take your time getting dressed

Don’t rush getting dressed. Reach for your underwear if you’re feeling exposed, but keep the rest of your clothes where they are. Instead of diving for your clothes as soon as you start to feel cold, crawl beneath the covers or nudge your lover closer.

There’s no reason to suddenly start acting timid since you’ve already shared your bodies with one another. It’s okay to put on some sweats or pyjamas to relax, but covering up quickly could imply that you’re feeling distant or humiliated.

 

18. Think about staying the night.

Going to bed with the person you just slept with can be beneficial for both of you, if you have nothing urgent to accomplish in the morning. Being polite and considerate by sticking around demonstrates that you’re not in a rush to leave them.

You can spend a great night together and then part ways the next day. Find a diplomatic method to convey the news if staying is not a viable option so that it doesn’t appear that you are trying to leave. Inform your partner that you need to go for work early in the morning or that you need to feed or walk your pet.

When you’re in your partner’s house, you shouldn’t automatically assume that they want you to stay. Try to notice any signs they may be giving off, such as talking about how busy their week is or retreating (physically or emotionally) after the act, that they might prefer to sleep alone.

 

19. Being Considerate the Morning After

Call or text to follow up. The following day, get in touch with your partner to express how much you appreciated their company.

Many people make the error of purposefully delaying communication with the other person out of a fear that doing so would make them seem needy, yet doing so just sows the seeds of distrust. A brief chat will let them know you’ve been thinking about them.

Since it takes more work than a text, a phone call is the most personal option, but if you’re pressed for time, a typed message is still preferable to nothing.

Don’t put off reaching out for too long. Remember that you are not playing a game; rather, you are interacting with another person who has their own feelings, expectations, and insecurities.

 

20. Remain warm and friendly in public

Maintain a friendly disposition in public. When you run into your spouse when you’re out and about or see them at work or school, say hello to them. Give them some of your time, smile, and make eye contact.

If you haven’t already agreed to keep matters between you private, a decent general rule of thumb is to treat them the same way you would any of your other friends.

Don’t think that in order to be cool or prevent others from finding out, you must remain anonymous. Your partner is more likely to assume that you are avoiding them.

At the same time, avoid making a big deal out of your shared sleeping arrangements. For the sake of preserving healthy, adult sexual relationships, discretion is a crucial attribute.

 

21. Spend time together outside of the bedroom

Try to spend time with each other outside of the bedroom.

Ask your partner whether they’d like to go out to supper or the movies if you have a few extra hours. Offer to meet for a walk or a cup of coffee at the absolute least. They will be overjoyed to learn that you are interested in them enough to want to see them so quickly.

The idea is to sustain and deepen your initial connection by spending time together while still fully dressed. You may come out as shallow if you refuse to engage in non-sexual activities, and the other person can feel taken advantage of.

 

22. Be up front about what you want

Be honest about your desires. Even a casual sexual relationship needs communication to be successful. In your subsequent email, let them know your thoughts on the matter and invite them to do the same.

You’re both going to get an unpleasant shock if one of you is seeking a committed relationship and the other is content with casual hookups. 

Consider your goals for the relationship and the direction you want it to take. Your partner should understand where you stand or at the very least be on the same page as you.

It’s crucial to start off by being upfront and sincere with the other person.  Stringing someone along with the intention of getting more sex is never acceptable.