Women Suffering From Low Libido

Relationships are a lot of hard work. It is always sad to see the strong couples you thought could last through anything end up going their separate ways. There are many reasons why relationships end. Amongst the common problems—dishonesty, lack of excitement or even mistrust—the lack of libido is reason why men and women don’t stay in relationships.

Libido is your sex drive, and both men and women can lose it. Some of the causes of lower libido can be physical causes such as medications, surgery, lifestyle habits and fatigue. For women, reduced sex drive can occur during pregnancy and menopause. It may also happen because of symptoms such as vaginal dryness or painful intercourse.

If you, for any reason suffer from a lack of libido, there are many ways you can naturally boost it.


You may have recently entered the new renaissance of your life — menopause — or perhaps you struggle from the all too common, day to day vaginal dryness. This may be a cause of lower sex drive. Painful intercourse is a result of vaginal dryness.

No matter what age you may end up dealing with vaginal dryness, you can eliminate it. By taking a daily vaginal moisture supplement, you can reduce vaginal dryness and increase your libido in as little as 30 to 60 days.

Try Eating Certain Foods

Here is another excuse to eat more chocolate. Chocolate can increase your libido. It increases the release of serotonin and phenylethylamine. These both produce aphrodisiac affects. There are certain fruits that can help increase the blood flow to the genitals to increase sex drive as well. Some fruits you can try are figs, avocados and bananas.

Consult a Doctor

It may be a good idea to consult a doctor if you are trying to increase your sex drive naturally. Doctors will know more and can better help you increase your sex drive. A doctor may be able to find underlying reasons and problems affecting your libido, resulting in less contention in your relationship.



How to Increase Libido the Natural Way

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