Ayurveda Treatment for Low Sexual desire

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Low Sexual desire

The power of sexual desire. Sexual attraction (today it is more often called sexual desire) – a specific motivation, focused on sexual activity and the desire for sexual pleasure. A person with a stronger sex drive is more intense and / or more likely to have sex for sex, and not to meet other, more distant goals, such as reproduction, power or freedom from stress, and this motivation of overcomes other Low Sexual Desire and needs. An analytical review of 5,400 scientific articles (Baumeister et al., 2001) showed that for most indicators (frequency of sexual thoughts, fantasies and spontaneous arousal, the desired frequency of sex, the frequency of masturbation, the desired number of sexual partners, the preference for sex to other activities, the active search for sex, willingness to initiate sexual activity; enjoying different types of sexual practices; willingness to sacrifice resources for sex; positive attitude to sexual activity; the prevalence of disorders associated with a decrease in sexual desire; self-esteem of the power of sexual attraction) male sexual attraction is much stronger than female.

With age, Low Sexual Desire in both sexes weakens, it is associated not only with the aging process, but also with the state of health and a number of socio-cultural factors (marital status, material well-being, cultural attitudes, etc.

Causes of Low Sexual Desire

Reduced libido and a decreased desire to have sex are some of the key indications of low testosterone. testosterone is the main male hormone and is responsible for several organic functions, such as maintaining fertility, increasing libido and sexual desire, and more. Generally, from the age of 30, a completely normal physiological decline occurs in the production of this hormone. This reduction is even more pronounced after the age of 40, with a drop of approximately 1% per year of this production. But beyond the physiological cause, several other reasons can lead to decreased testosterone production – and many of them are not just about age. Most of the time, low testosterone is caused by habits considered unhealthy, leading to obesity, sedentary lifestyle, and stress. Side effects of medications, poor diet or other diseases can also decrease hormone production in the body. Unhealthy eating habits can also hinder the human body’s production of testosterone, in addition to compromising daily training and muscle growth. Excessive consumption of fat and insufficient intake of vegetables such as broccoli, spinach, cabbage, cabbage, and watercress are all eating habits that do nothing to increase hormone levels in the body of men. On the contrary, they are quite harmful. Diabetes is another great testosterone villain. Usually, these symptoms are followed by a greater difficulty in having and maintaining a prolonged erection and problems in achieving ejaculation. Another quite specific symptom of the drop-in testosterone production is the decrease, or even failure, of those involuntary morning erections.

It is also worth remembering that not always weaker erections or greater difficulties related to this are caused by low testosterone.

In some cases, other types of Low Sexual Desire, such as heart disease or diabetes, for example, may also contribute or even cause these symptoms
Treatment for low sexual desire or libido

As we said above, testosterone is primarily responsible for muscle growth and increased strength and sexual functioning. The production of testosterone hormone and thus by libido can improve naturally.

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