Lear How Using Diet, Exercise, Mindfulness and Individualized Hormone Therapy Can Work for You! Kirk Hamilton of Staying Healthy Today interviews Dr. Jen on how women can obtain optimal health and help those with low sex drives get their passion back. Click here for the complete audio interview! ———————- Better Sex Now
Has sex lost its luster? Do you even remember what an orgasm feels like? Is desire missing from your bedroom? Somewhere around mid-life, the “urge to merge” falls by the wayside and men and women are left wondering where the flames of desire have fizzled off to. Hormonal changes as you age
Women, we need to start a movement. We can and will finally get our sexy back! It is my mission to reach and help all women who want to get a better sex drive and who are ready to make their relationship with their partner the best it’s ever been! How many
Has your sex drive been declining as you’ve been getting older? If so, you’re not alone. Low libido is a common complaint for both men and women, but it’s not an inevitable consequence of aging. There’s a lot you can do to increase your libido, especially when you know what’s going on in your body.
If your sex drive has been plummeting as you get older, you’re not alone. According to Dr. Jeffrey Maehara, Medical Director of BodyLogicMD of Honolulu, a declining libido is often the result of diminishing hormones. Understanding how our hormones affect libido could be the first step in overcoming them, and stoking those romantic fires!
I saw a recent video that Dr. Landa posted called "Libido Reboot." With Valentine's Day coming up, I was hoping that Dr. Landa could offer some advice on what I can do to spice things up in the romance department. I eat well, exercise four days a week and recently started taking bioidentical hormones. Outside of that, what can my husband and I do to spruce up our sex life? Any advice is much appreciated.
I’m still getting my period, but I feel like menopause is on the horizon. I used to have an excellent sex life and great sex drive, but now I feel like my libido is just gone. I’m 40 years old and I can care less about having sex. Is this normal for a woman my age? Is there anything I can do to jump-start my libido?
Menopause doesn’t have to spell the end for a woman’s sexuality. The majority of the issues women have in the bedroom, especially as they get older, are oftentimes caused by hormonal imbalance. Symptoms such as vaginal dryness, inhibited sexual desire, inability to climax and self-image issues are typical of menopause and are usually associated with declining hormone levels, namely estrogen, testosterone and progesterone.
Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD) is a condition characterized by a complete lack of sexual desire. The condition afflicts millions of women of all ages each year and currently stands as the most commonly recognized sexual disorder among women.
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Low Libido Expertise By: Boston Bioidentical Hormones Expert Dr. Joseph Kaye In my practice, I frequently encounter the issue of low libido in both men and women. In men, the causes are often attributed to lower than optimal testosterone levels; in women, inadequate estrogen as well as testosterone can be the cause.
In most Diabetics, a waning libido is oftentimes the result of diabetic neuropathy (nerve damage) to the nerves that prompt sexual arousal and desire.
Our sexual health is contingent upon several key factors. As we age, our bodies change, our lifestyles change and daily stressors take their toll on our body and mind.
Love is by far one of the most powerful emotions one can experience in life. Love has the absolute power to manifest the lowest of lows and the highest of highs within all of us. So why is it that so many relationships start off with a bang and end with a thud? At first, our relationships seem to take on the often clichéd “honeymoon phase,” where both man and woman are overcome by the boundless energies of love, falling helplessly head over heels for one another. Be it 2 months or 2 years, the once radiant glow that has faded and the relationship has begun to plateau. When things “level out” like this, it’s important to know what you and your partner can do to spice things up a bit. Here’s five great ways to rekindle that lovin’ feelin’!
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