You’re busy, you’re stressed and guess what, you’re definitely not in the mood for anything. It seems that science has it fully figured out when it’s comes to helping men’s boners stand at full attention, but when it comes to a women’s sexuality, things start to become a little more complicated.
One of the reason’s that women’s sex drives are not as high as the opposite sex, is potentially due to psychological, physical, and emotional stress. Many experts believe a combination of things influence the libido and with emotional and mental stress being a leading cause, this is one of the many reasons why you’re never in the mood. According to webmd.com, a recent study showed that nearly one-third of women ages 18 to 59 suffer from a lost interest in sex.
So how do you fix it? Well, no one has the ultimate answer to how you can magically make your libido go up, but here are some of the reasons that many experts have collected over the years as to why your sex drive has potentially, driven away.
There are many more reasons why your sex drive many be low, including low self esteem, previous negative experience with sex, post menopausal, pain during sex or maybe you just had surgery. Many things can lower your sex drive and the stress behind it all can lead to you having no desire for it.