Sexual arousal is deeply linked with our blood flow and oxygenation. For both men and women to become aroused, there should be an increase in blood flow to the genital areas, namely penis and vagina(vulva). A study by Cindy Meston at the University of Texas shows that exercise right before sex not only increases the blood flow to the intimate area, but makes a woman’s body react more intensely to sexual arousal. So, a 20-minute run or cycle can help increase your blood flow and lubrication, making it easier for you to become aroused and ultimately, climax. Fitness can be a good option for those who have a low libido and want to increase their physiological arousal without medication.
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