First things first, just because you and your partner’s “bedroom activity” isn’t happening as much as it used to doesn’t mean the relationship is failing, sometimes there are perfectly good reasons.
Dr. Martha Lee is a clinical sexologist, and she says that when a relationship is new, obviously activity is high, but as time goes on, sometimes that activity falls off. It can be for a number of reasons, but it doesn’t mean that the relationship is doomed.
Dr. Lee suggests that you take a step back and ask yourself a series of questions. One such question is “Is it my lifestyle?”. Sometimes life gets busy, or you and your partner are on different schedules and it just isn’t convenient or time-appropriate. Another question: “Am I eating Healthy?” That can contribute to energy levels, and the wrong diet may make you tired or less “in the mood.” She also says that exercise is important, and also mentions that you and your partner may for some reason be “secretly angry” at each other.
Dr. Lee says it’s important to communicate, whether you just talk, or work on how to communicate better, so you can get to the bottom (no pun intended) of what’s happening, work through it, and get back to an active lifestyle. Pun intended.