So for some people it may cause anxiety in the bedroom, for some it may mean you don't even want to have sex at all, and for some it can mean an inability to focus.
It's nothing to be ashamed of — there's no "normal" sex drive to have and there's nothing wrong with wanting or not wanting sex on any given day.
But no matter what your experience level, if you find that you're either not enjoying a position your partner loves or finding it uncomfortable, there's a chance you may need to rethink how you're doing it.
The good news is that there are so many different ways to tweak and adjust the position in order to get what you need.
But you might be surprised— really surprised— to find that porn actually may be incredibly useful in a relationship — and even in dating.
But on the days you can try it, I highly recommend you do — your sex life will thank you.
If you've got the energy, you'll be setting yourself up for some lovely, intimate time before you drift off to sleep.
But we're all busy people. And honestly, I've found that one of the best ways to do this is to embrace having sex in the evening.
But what if you are that person — the person who likes the no-strings attached sex? I've definitely been that person.
On the contrary, I find that some unexpected sex — especially in the morning or afternoon — can make me feel zippy and downright smug for the rest of the day.