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Loss Of Sex Drive? Here Are The Common Reasons For It!

Low Libido (commonly referred to as sex drive) is one of the most Common problems affecting both men and women and can be a major cause for strained relationships for many couples.  It may also influence the person’s mental well-being and self-esteem. To solve the problem, it is important to know the root cause for the same, which could be several. However, some of the most common causes are:

1 . Mental Stress

When one is stressed, the body releases hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol that can play an important role in reducing libido in both males and females.

2 . Altered Hormone Levels 

During menopause, the estrogen level in the body drops. Similarly, a dip in the testosterone levels could also be a reason for the loss of libido.

3 . Depression

Depression has been found to be linked with medical conditions such as erectile dysfunction and Sexual problems such as loss of libido.

4 . Substance abuse

Excessive use of mind-altering substances such as alcohol or other drugs negatively impacts the nervous system which makes it harder for the body to respond to sexual arousal and needs.

5 . Restless Leg Syndrome (RLS)

An uncontrollable urge to move one’s’ legs is a common problem amongst many males. Men with RLS are at an increased risk of sexual problems compared to others.

6 . Lack of Sleep

Lack of sleep leads to an increase in the cortisol levels in the body and therefore affects the sexual drive. It is important to catch up on sleep, as and when needed, to avoid such complications.

7 . Certain Medications 

Consistent use of certain medicines to treat medical conditions such as depression, high blood pressure and diabetes can also affect the sexual drive negatively.

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