Loss of libido and loss of desire: what to do?
Do you want it or not ? Understand everything about your libido
Variations in libido are NORMAL! Many factors explain this decline in desire for sexual pleasure. There are cyclical drops in libido linked to hormonal variations in our menstrual cycle (peak libido before ovulation in particular, drop with menopause for example) and more contextual drops in libido that set in over the long term ( fatigue, overwork, stress, pain and therefore apprehension of reports, etc.).
We recommend 4 pleasurable gestures:
1. Relax (massage, bath, candle)
2. Boost your desire (herbal tea & aphrodisiac supplements)
3. Reconnect with your desire (reading, games, erotic podcast)
4. Spice up, innovate, explore (sex toys)
Concern - Low libido
TO GO FURTHER
1. Get to know your cycle and disconnect your mind from everyday stress
2. Act on the factors of low libido (hormonal imbalance, pain, fatigue, stress)
3. Do not hesitate to go see a professional if you feel you need support.
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