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If there's more snoozing than lovemaking going on under your covers, a of romance wreckers could be to blame. It's time to make bedtime fun again! But after a while, the frequency of those middle-of-the-night romps, lusty daydreams, and racy text messages began to dwindle. What happened? From libido-lowering medications to an overdose of technology, here are the 10 most common sex drive killers — and how to overcome them.
Rise and shine, go to work, wow the boss, come home, whip up dinner — phew!
Rutter, PhD, a Philadelphia psychologist and assistant professor in human sexuality graduate programs at Widener University. Give morning sex a whirl!
When women reach their forties, their estrogen levels begin to decrease. Sterrett says. Not to mention, the less estrogen, the less lubricated vaginal tissues become, and that can make penetration painful.
And those hot flashes which are a result of fluctuating estrogen levels can also kill your sex drive. If hormone changes are lowering your libido, talk to your doctor. Lubricants are a simple sex aid to come by — and hormone replacement therapy is another option but it does come with risks as well as benefits. A surefire way to kill your sex drive? Getting yourself into a sexual rut. A of different medications may lower sex driveincluding birth control and drugs for heartburnhigh blood pressure, and depression. For example, the antidepressants bupropion Wellbutrin or mirtazapine Remeron may not affect your libido as much as fluoxetine Prozacsertraline Zoloftparoxetine hydrochloride Paxiland others.
For the best sex, stick with that two-drinks-max rule of thumb. Are you constantly on your smart phone, e-mailing, checking sports scores, or surfing the Internet? If technology is getting into bed with you each night, you can go ahead and plan on having sex Not only is it harder for one partner to initiate sex while the other is distracted by a reality TV cat fight, technology replaces intimate moments.
If you want to ramp up on love-making, take note: Your bed should be used for two purposes and two purposes only — sleeping and sex. Been feeling less attractive lately? It could take a toll on your sex life. In fact, a recent survey found that half of women let their worries about weight follow them into the bedroom — and some of them shy away from intimacy all together. What can you do about it? Talk to your partner before you go to bed to get these aggravations off your chest.
Sure, bike-riding is great aerobic activity — but did you know it could harm your sex life? Both male and female bicycling devotees may actually find they have less sensation in their groin and genital area because of increased pressure on the area when they ride and, as a result, less desireor at least less frequent desire, explains Sterrett.
Short of giving up cycling, try switching to a no-nose saddle that shifts your weight away from key arteries and nerves to the bones that you sit on. Health Topics. Health Tools.
Sexual Health. By Beth W. Last Updated: October 5, Medically Reviewed.
You're Too Darn Tired. Low on Estrogen? Could Mean Low on Libido. You're Sick of the Same Ol' Routine. You Booze, You Lose. You Wouldn't Sleep With You. Distractions, Distractions Everywhere.
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