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Why Women Lose Interest In The Bedroom Affairs

Shadrack Olaka



For a very fast growing number of women, declining hormones, relationship issues, job stress and other problems are overloading in the bedroom.
The loss of s£xual desire, is the most common form of s£xual dysfunction among many women in almost all the age brackets.
Unlike the men’s main complaint of erectile dysfunction, many women’s biggest intercourse problem is caused by a combination of both physical and mental factors.
A Woman’s s£xuality tends to be multifaceted and quite complicated.
When a woman experiences a significant decrease in interest in the bedroom game that is affecting her life and causing distress, that is considered a problem of low s£xual desire.
S£xual desire is more than just an issue of low libido or s£x drive.
S£xual drive declines naturally with age based on physiological factors but s£xual desire, it encompasses interpersonal and psychological factors that create a willingness to be s£xual.
Above and beyond horniness, s£xual desire is the sense of intimacy in the relationship.
The following are the common causes of low s£xual desire and drive in women:
1. Sociocultural influences
This includes job stress, peer pressure etc.
2. Interpersonal relationship issues
This one includes partner performance problems, lack of emotional satisfaction with the relationship and even the birth of a child which can have an effect also.
3. Medical problems
The conditions such as depression, endometriosis, thyroid disorders, fibroids etc, can highly contribute to such.
4. Low testosterone
This could be self explanatory. Testosterone affects s£xual drive in both men and women.
5. Medications
Certain antidepressants blood pressure lowering drugs, and oral contraceptives can lower s£xual drive in many ways such as decreasing available testosterone levels.
6. Age
Blood levels of androgens always fall continuously in women as they age.

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