“There is no age limit on the enjoyment of sex. It keeps getting better.” ~ Florence Henderson
What Is Libido?
Libido can be simply defined as sexual desire.
A more extended definition is instinctual psychic energy that, in psychoanalytic theory, is derived from primitive biological urges (as for sexual pleasure or self-preservation), and it is expressed in conscious activity.
Now that we know what we’re working with here, we will simply use the first definition to discuss how we can restore sexual desire.
Why is my Libido Lower?
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Contributing factors that can lower libido are:
- Alcohol Consumption
- Poor Sleep
- Lack of Exercise
- Hormonal Changes
Can Low Libido Be Restored?
Numerous strategies and factors can play into lower libido for men and women, but the good news is that lifestyle changes can impact libido restoration.
It is critical to address the items listed above and work on intimacy with your partner.
Communicating and creating quality time & connection can be a great place to start.
An encouragement would be a weekend getaway (without the kids, if applicable) to get the ball rolling!
It’s Time to Increase Your Sex Drive
Sexual desire is essential to our health, wellness, and relationships.
Taking a self-inventory regarding different lifestyle factors is necessary to restore low libido.
Suppose you are not exercising regularly, not sleeping well, and feeling stressed or depressed. Consider starting with those lifestyle factors and consulting a sexual health professional to help create a plan.
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