“Love without sex is still the most efficient form of hell known to man.” ~ Peter Porter
Why is My Sex Drive Low?
There are many potential causes for decreased sex drive, including physical, psychological, and social factors.
Therefore, it’s essential to identify the underlying cause(s) of your reduced libido.
Know that it is not uncommon to struggle with sex drive when entering middle age.
In this article, you’ll learn:
- What steps you can take to improve your sex drive.
- Who to see for resolving sex drive problems.
- How Tiger Medical resolves sex drive problems.
What Steps to Take to Improve Sex Drive
1. Address Psychological Factors
Stress, anxiety, and depression can all affect your sex drive.
Seeing a mental health professional, such as a therapist or counselor, can help you work through any psychological issues impacting your libido.
2. Make Lifestyle Changes
Poor sleep, lack of exercise, and an unhealthy diet can also affect your sex drive.
Making positive lifestyle changes, such as regular exercise, eating a healthy diet, and prioritizing sleep, can help improve your overall well-being and sex drive.
3. Consider Medication or Supplements
Some medications or supplements may help boost libido. However, it’s essential to speak with a healthcare provider before starting any new medication or supplement to ensure they are safe and effective for you.
4. Communicate with Your Partner
If relationship issues are affecting your sex drive, it’s essential to have open and honest communication with your partner to address any concerns and work through any issues.
It’s important to note that changes in sex drive are normal and can happen for various reasons.
If you’re concerned about your sex drive, don’t hesitate to contact a healthcare provider or mental health professional for guidance and support.
Who to See for Resolving Sex Drive Problems
Consult with a Healthcare Provider
A healthcare provider can help determine if physical health issues (such as hormonal imbalances, medication side effects, or chronic illnesses) may contribute to your decreased sex drive. They may also refer you to a specialist, such as a urologist or an endocrinologist.
Providers could include your primary care physician, a psychologist, or a specialist such as a urologist.
Finally, you could seek care from a licensed functional medicine physician who will look at your case holistically and zero in on the root cause, and address it through lifestyle change.
How Does Tiger Medical Resolve Sex Drive Problems?
Tiger employs a three-step process with each patient that has proven to work repeatedly in resolving underlying causes of common symptoms. These symptoms keep you from showing up as the best version of yourself.
Here is how Tiger Medical helps:
- Test for underlying mechanisms driving your sex drive problems.
- Customize treatment and lifestyle changes specifically for your reduced sex drive.
- Partner with your Tiger doctor and health coach for a year to implement the plan!
Tiger Medical employs advanced tests to view your health profile comprehensively. You complete a health history survey, and our doctors review, interview you and customize your testing based on what they learn about you.
From test results, we customize your health recovery path. You then enter into the Tiger Medical process that generates results consistently over time. You can go here to learn from previous Tiger clients how our approach worked for them!
What Are My Next Best Steps?
If, based on the information you have reviewed here on our website, you feel Tiger Medical is a good fit, then the next best step is to go here to book a call with a Tiger Professional.
In this first call, the meeting is about learning your history, struggles, and goals. We want to ensure that you are a good fit for our program and that our Tiger team can help you resolve your challenges.
It’s time to make yourself patient number one and embrace self-care.
The first step in that process is to meet with us to learn how!