What's killing your sex drive?
If you have recently been feeling a lack of sex drive, it’s now time to do some introspection and figure out what really could be irking you.
A poor body image can keep you feeling down and you may not feel sexy at all. Accept yourself, even if you are trying to get in shape. Obesity can bring down your levels of desire and you may not have as much energy as you would like. Try losing weight.
Depression is an ailment that can leave you with no interest in anything including sex. If you are finding a drop in sex drive and your treatment involves medication, check with your doctor as some drugs can lower it. Menopause brings about a big change in a woman’s body and associated problems such as vaginal dryness and pain during sex can alter sex drive.
This is a great sex drive killer. One need not worry about this as there are powerful medications available to tackling this. ED drug generics are good at helping. Testosterone is the hormone that fuels sex drive and low levels of this can impact your sex life. Low levels of this can be improved through medication.
Intimacy is important to up the sexual drive. Connect with each other in different ways, sharing an activity, try massaging each other, snuggle and so on. In short, express your love in many different ways. Problems between couples such as arguments, trust issues, anger, lack of communication, betrayal and so on can diminish sex drive. Reach out to a counselor for help to resolve issues that you have.
Medication & alcohol
Certain types of medication such as antidepressants, B.P. medicine, birth control pills, chemotherapy, anti-HIV drugs and Finasteride can bring down sex drive. Alcohol may seem like a sex drive booster but too much can shrink it.