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Ladies: Five Tips for Dealing with Loss of Libido

5 tips for dealing with loss of libido

Did you once use to enjoy making love to your partner, but now you feel it’s become a chore? Do you only have sex to get them off your back, but rarely actually have that sexual desire? If you answered yes and assuming there are no other problems in your relationship, you probably have a loss of libido. A decrease in libido is extremely common, especially among menopausal and perimenopausal women.

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Take MoodMaker

You might have heard us mention MoodMaker before in previous blog posts. It’s a completely natural supplement designed to boost your mood in the bedroom. It’s been described as a ‘relationship saver’ and many have said it’s completely changed their lives, giving them their zest back. MoodMaker was originally developed with menopausal women in mind, but it is effective for both men and women in boosting libido. The combination of natural ingredients really does deliver, reawakening your sexual arousal.

Wear LadyCare

The LadyCare device, if you’re not familiar is a device worn to reduce or completely eliminate menopause symptoms. In a study we conducted, 71% of women reported a reduction in 24 different symptoms of menopause. One of those 24 symptoms includes low libido. LadyCare is regularly reported to help boost libido and improve vaginal dryness. You must wear the device 24/7 and give LadyCare as least 2-3 months before assessing the full benefits.

Other Causes

Although low libido is extremely common and a natural part of the aging process. Sometimes it can be caused by other factors. Health issues such as diabetes can cause complications like nerve damage or difficulties with circulation. These types of problems can affect libido.

Menopause related mental health problems can also be the underlying cause of low libido. Stress, anxiety, and depression can all lead to a loss of interest and sexual desire. In some cases your mental health issues might be a response to suffering from other menopausal problems. If this is the case it makes sense to tackle those problems first. Again, LadyCare could be the answer to overcoming this. Proven to help reduce mood swings, hot flushes, night sweats and reported to improve energy.

If you simply don’t want to have sex for other reasons, don’t sweep them under the carpet either. If vaginal dryness is making your sex life unpleasant, don’t resign yourself to painful intercourse. Blimey, menopause is already running havoc don’t let it take away sex too! Try a lubricant and keep wearing LadyCare 24/7. Vaginal dryness is one of the 24 symptoms of menopause that LadyCare is proven to help combat.

However, you might feel, rest assured that a loss of libido in women is a natural part of aging and there is nothing ‘wrong’ with you or your relationship. As women we can often put a lot of pressure on ourselves, blaming ourselves. Why do we feel this way? We can even begin to question our sexual attraction towards our partner, worrying that it’s no longer there.

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