How long has it been? A month? A few months? While you’re busy wondering about the frequency of other couples’ intimate relations, take heart in knowing that more than a few of them are probably dealing with similar desire droughts. Read More on: OrlandoMagazine.com

Want to know more about how your testosterone levels affect your libido or maybe snag some tips for a “pro-libido” lifestyle? I had the opportunity to chat with Lisa Davis, host of the “It Your Health” network radio program. We discussed  many of the sexual health issues women face and the natural

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.

Women with a constant low sexual drive, especially those in menopause or postmenopause, are two times as likely to develop chronic health issues of the mind and body.

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