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Better Sex Life: Natural Ways (Foods & Habits) To Boost Your Libido

6 months ago | Administrator

Sexual Health Week 2020 is going down with the actual heat  First, let’s define the terms. Libido simply means sexual desire or sex drive. An aphrodisiac is a food or drug that arouses sexual desire and increases pleasure or performance.

What causes low sex drive?

So, what exactly causes a low sex drive in the first place? Low sexual desire can be caused by a variety of things such as:

  • Stress and fatigue

  • Low testosterone

  • Certain prescription medications

  • Depression

  • Alcohol & drug use

  • Too little or too much exercise

  • Relationship problems

  • Chronic health conditions

  • Hormonal changes, etc.


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Depending on the cause, there are a number of natural and medical treatment methods for low libido.

Natural Foods For Treatment

Though little scientific evidence supports this, there really is no harm in trying. There are some fruits and foods that can naturally help to increase sex drive. Some of them are:

  • Certain fruits such as bananas, strawberries, almonds, avocados & oysters.

  • Chocolate

  • Herbs such as basil, garlic & ginger

Lifestyle Changes for Treatment

  • Take time to meditate and relieve stress

  • Get plenty of adequate and quality sleep.

  • Boost your self-confidence. Love your body and pay attention to the pleasure of sex itself. Chances are that you will enjoy it better.

  • Keep your relationship in check. For women especially, emotional closeness is important in intimacy. Communicate better before & during sex, and also resolve pending conflicts.

  • Use a lubricant. Sex doesn’t have to be painful and uncomfortable.

  • Eat healthily.

  • Exercise often.

Medical Means of Treatment

  • Change in medications and birth control pills (consult your doctor or pharmacist)

  • Testosterone-replacement therapy

  • Anti-depressants (though some cause low libido. Be sure to ask)

  • Counselling.

  • Aphrodisiacs such as viagra (prescription usually required).

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