Reasons for Low Libido In Young Women

What you can do if it is happening to you.

It is not odd for couples to have different libidos. In fact, there are more young women rage in ages from the 20s, 30s, and 40s who are having less sex. Did you know that in a recent study heterosexual woman are having fewer orgasms than other demographics? We live in a culture of “embracing sexuality” as an essential part of our lives and livelihood.

These days having less sex and not enjoying the sex we are having to the fullest is the new norm. The topic of our sex lives is a complex issue with many impacting factors. Could it be that low libido or lack of sex drive is one of the reasons why more women are just not interested in sex altogether?

If you can relate to this silent epidemic, then do not worry. In order to help eliminate this trend, it starts with making simple dietary and mindset changes. Let’s start by identifying what you lack in sexual energy could stem from.

Causes of low libido in women in their 20s, 30s, and 40s:

Birth control, antidepressants, or other medications.

Birth control pills and shots have a lot of side effects as well as several that directly impact your sex life. Antidepressants have been shown in many studies to have a negative effect on women’s fertility. It is important to take into consideration how certain types of medications can have an impact on your sex drive and hormonal balance. Be sure to talk to your doctor about the effects of any medications that you may be on and your partner as well.

Feeling overworked, overwhelmed, and or stressed.

Overtime putting off the feeling of being under stress can build up over time, making you feel fatigued. In a result of being fatigued, your priority in many cases becomes sleep leaving time for sex on the back burner. Women who work in high-stress careers or are fatigued taking care of the family can develop low libidos. If you are a mother, then you already are aware that motherhood could be stressful as well.

Relationship issues from the past or present

A woman's sex drive can be affected by current or past relationship issues. Relationship issues can have a negative effect on the stability and quality of her relationship with her partner. If there’s any underlying resentment or issues regarding the relationship, then they should be handled openly with your partner. Keep in mind that communication is always an essential part of a thriving relationship.

What could you do to naturally improve your libido?

 1. Make your pleasure a weekly priority.

You don’t have to think about your pleasure being a sexual thing. You can implement self-care within your weekly routine to help boost your energy. Buying yourself flowers, having a pamper session, playing love songs, and even treating yourself to a few sexy perfumes, body mists, or even lingerie can drastically help improve your libido. Girl, treat yourself to a pedicure or massage when you can too!

2. Ask for what you want and believe in your worth.

Sometimes you just must initiate the first move. Show your partner how much you love them. It could be as simple as giving him or her a shoulder massage. Don’t just let your partner feel as if he or she is the only one who wants intimacy.

3. Revamp your lifestyle.

Making a few tweaks with your day to day lifestyle can help you get your libido back. A few lifestyle changes that could be made are things like, going to bed earlier, drinking less caffeinated beverages and alcohol and eating fewer foods that make you feel sluggish. Just pay more attention to yourself. Do not let anything hold you back from feeling beautiful and attractive. Create daily affirmations and speak them over self in a mirror.

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