No one definition constitutes a low sex drive in women. What one woman perceives as a healthy libido may be too low or too high for another woman. Studies show that low sex drive affects one in three women between 30-59 years. But what constitutes low libido?
Some women consider having sex several times a week as being sexually active, while others have it only a few times a year. Fortunately, there’s no “correct” libido level. What matters is how you feel about your current sex drive and whether you want to change it.
What Causes a Low Sex Drive?
A woman’s desire for sex is based on a complex interaction of several factors affecting intimacy. These may include physical and emotional well-being, lifestyle, current relationship, past experiences, and beliefs.
Here’s a more detailed outline of what causes low libido in women:
- A busy workload, young kids in the house, or other life circumstances can result in sex becoming a low priority.
- An unhappy relationship, low self-esteem, inability to orgasm, fatigue, and excessive alcohol consumption
- Pregnancy, breastfeeding, diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, and thyroid issues are also potential culprits for low sex drive in women.
- Low libido may also result from many health-related conditions and medications, especially antidepressants, which are known to lower libido.
- Psychiatric disorders such as depression and anxiety may result in lower sex drive in women.
- For many women, lower libido results from aging and menopause. As your hormonal levels drop, so does your desire for sex. Sometimes it may be due to lower hormonal levels caused by physical menopause changes, such as vaginal dryness that can make sexual intimacy painful and uncomfortable.
We recommend consulting with your healthcare provider if you are experiencing a persistent lack of interest in sex. Your doctor should rule out any underlying medical causes and identify effective treatment options, such as dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA).
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