Reduced or lost interest in sex is a very sensitive issue and
often occurs in a setting of stress, tiredness, relationship difficulties,
or depression. People with low sexual drive, lack sexual desire
and react reversely resulting in the inability to be aroused.
It can also be caused by low testosterone levels and a variety
of medications used to treat other unrelated conditions.
Time must be made for rest, relaxation, recreation
and exercise, whether this is walking, playing a sport, yoga,
relaxation tapes, dancing, gardening or what ever gives a sense
of enjoyment and relaxing. Exercise has a very positive effect
on health, bones, moods, and general well being.
· Men and low libido
Loss of libido can occur at different points in a man's life.
It can happen for many reasons, including stress in our daily
lives, from illnesses, medications, psychiatric problems, and
reduced levels of male sex hormones. Also, uneven sexual desire,
at times, between you and your partner are normal and inevitable
in long-term relationships. It is how you handle these challenges
that makes the difference.
For women, menopause is a natural event in a woman's
life cycle and reduced desire and sexual experiences that are
no longer satisfying or pleasurable may be one of the symptoms
experienced around this time. Loss of libido, whether due to low
testosterone levels or other reasons, is something that can affect
women who are pre or post menopausal. With increasing awareness,
knowledge and discussion about sexual health issues, there are
an increasing number of women seeking advice and solutions for