“I admit, I have a tremendous sex drive. My boyfriend lives forty miles away.” ~ Phyllis Diller
Low libido or low sex drive is simply a low interest in sexual activity.
It’s important to note that your partner’s and your interests may not always be aligned.
Though it is a common part of life, low sex drive over an extended period could indicate an underlying health condition.
Below Are a Few Potential Causes for Low Sex Drive
1. Too Much Stress
If you’ve been on the go recently with seemingly no time to spare, a low sex drive is probably soon to follow.
Under chronic stress, your hormones (like testosterone) can get all out of whack, causing several challenges, including low sex drive.
If you’re feeling stressed, try a few stress management practices such as deep breathing, yoga, or light exercise.
By doing this, you can boost your libido naturally.
2. Too Little or Too Much Exercise
Too little exercise is associated with chronic illnesses such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, and high blood pressure. All of these are regularly linked to low sex drive.
However, too much intense exercise can also cause a decrease in sex drive.
Finding the sweet spot of working out regularly at a pace and intensity that suits your health profile can potentially restore a low sex drive.
3. Not Enough Sleep
Getting enough sleep consistently provides many benefits – increased sex drive is one of them.
Research suggests that healthy, young men who are limited to 5 hours of sleep or less per night commonly experience a decrease in sex drive. This decrease can be as substantial as 10-15% in some individuals.
If you’re struggling with a low sex drive or health concerns, it’s always a great idea to consider starting with your sleep.
It’s Time to Boost Your Sex Drive
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