Many women of all ages suffer from low libidos.
Have you had a chance to read our last blog yet? If you have, then you already know that low sex drive is all too common in women, and you also know exactly what a low sex drive is. Too many people think that low sex drive only has to do with the frequency of intercourse, but how much sex you have actually has nothing to do with it. Low sex drive is all about your satisfaction and desire. Today, our OBGYN in Bradenton is going to be talking about a couple of common causes for low libido in women and how to deal with them
#1. Relationship Issues
If you and your partner aren’t getting along or you aren’t compatible in bed, it can cause a major decrease in your sexual desire. If relationship issues are the culprit for you, try relationship counseling or sex therapy. Sexual dysfunction isn’t just an issue that you are dealing with alone, it is an issue that your partner has to deal with as well, and sex therapy or relationship counseling can give you a safe outlet to express yourself and your needs.
Stress is one of the most common causes for low libido. It’s not easy to get in the mood when you are thinking about work or your to-do list. Take steps to cope with your stress, like meditating, practicing yoga, taking some time for yourself and reaching out to your close friends and family for support.
Would you like to learn about more of the common causes for low libido in women? If so, please stay tuned for our next blog.