In the beginning of a relationship there will always be attraction and excitement, as time goes by and daily life starts to take over with all its ups and downs it is easy to forget what brought you and your partner together in the first place. Loss of libido is sometimes simply related to relationship issues and can be resolved, some of the reasons behind loss of libido could be:
Depression, stress, exhaustion:
Depression is a very real and very serious condition that will affect your life on all levels including your sex life. Nowadays everyone deals with very stressful and exhausting times and this in itself will affect your libido in some way or another. You or your partner may not know if either of you are suffering from depression, please speak to your health care provider if you have any of these symptoms and get the help you need.
Signs of depression:
Stress and Exhaustion:
Stress is not just a word they use when you are overworked, stress can take over your whole body and has a whole range of symptoms:
Aches and pains
Diarrhea or constipation
Chest pain, rapid heart rate
Loss of sex drive
Frequent colds or flu
Nowadays there are so many reasons why we have stress and exhaustion:
* Working long hours without sufficient breaks
* Caring for young children or elderly can be very exhausting and take a toll
* Financial, work or study stress can add to loss of libido
Understanding what is causing your stress and learning to manage it will help to relieve your levels of stress.
Age has an effect on the libido on both men and women:
As we all get older so do our bodies, so with both men and women sometimes we produce lower levels of sex hormones. Men produce less testosterone and women produce less estrogen and testosterone.
There are also age-related health and mobility problems and off course side-effects of the medicines we take.
Pregnancy and Child birth:
When women are pregnant their bodies go through a major change and once giving birth and breastfeeding it affects them in many ways:
Drinking excessive amounts of alcohol has a major effect on your sexual performance, thus adjusting how much you drink can have a huge impact on your sex life. Narcotics in any form will affect your body negatively, so avoiding these are best.
Medicines can affect libido of men and women:
Hormonal contraception such as the pill, patch, injection and implant can reduce a woman's libido due to the hormones being released into the body.
So, when taking medicine check the leaflet to see if low libido is listed as a possible side effect
Pain during sex:
Sometimes a partner can withdraw from sex altogether and this can be due to pain during sex, there are many circumstances relating to pain during sex:
Many nonsexual diseases can affect sex drive, including arthritis, cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure, coronary artery disease and neurological diseases. Discuss this with your partner and have them understand what your symptoms are, compassion and understanding goes along way.
There are days you might not feel up to having sex, but there might be days that you feel great. Also discuss it with your health care provider, they can give you advice on the best approach.
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