Age, chronic disease, and depression are just a few of the causes of sexual dysfunction and low libido among males.
Although it may be embarrassing to discuss sexual dysfunction with a doctor, you may be confident that you are not alone. Actually, 43% of women and 31% of men are impacted by it.
Your general happiness is at stake, thus it’s important to talk to a professional about your low libido.
Gordon Hart, PA-C, and Lisa Hargis, NP, can help get your sexual life back on track at their quiet and relaxing Norman, Oklahoma clinic. Low libido may be treated in many ways, and at Balance Hormone Center we provide several of them.
Does reduced libido really have that much of an impact?
Having a low sexual urge might be something you’ve experienced before or something fresh in your life. New mental and emotional issues might arise with the unexpected onset of reduced libido.
The dwindling eroticism of sexual existence
Relationships suffer when one partner’s sex life declines. A lack of libido, or sexual desire, may weaken even the greatest relationships. Your lover may misinterpret your lack of desire as a sign that they are unattractive.
An inability to value oneself
Poor libido is often accompanied with low self-esteem. Many guys attribute their success in the bedroom to their sense of manhood. Having a low libido may be emotionally devastating.
Stress levels increased
If you start doubting your manhood and virility, your low libido will just make your anxiety worse. For this reason, high levels of worry may perpetuate themselves, since decreased libido can be both a symptom and a cause of anxiety.
Why do I have such a low libido?
We need to find out what’s causing your low libido so that we can treat it properly. A lack of libido may be brought on by many different factors.
Aging is the leading cause of diminished sexual desire. The decline in testosterone that comes with age inevitably dampens a man’s libido. Raising your testosterone level is an easy way to fix this.
Constant illness or distress
Most people with chronic pain or disease would rather devote their time and energy to alleviating their suffering than engaging in sexual activity. If you’re dealing with constant discomfort and sickness, you may not have the strength to maintain a strong libido. Loss of sexual desire is a common side effect of chronic pain and sickness.
Low libido is often associated with depression. Many of your favourite activities, including sex, become less appealing to you. One of the symptoms of depression is a loss of interest in physical contact with a partner.
Those suffering from mental diseases, such as depression, anxiety, and so on, have significant challenges and are often unable to fully participate in daily activities. When it’s hard to get up and out of bed in the morning or go anywhere throughout the day, sex soon loses its lustre.
Male hormone deficiency
This may be an indicator of a more severe problem, such as a pituitary tumour or HIV infection, among those under the age of 50. A recent drop in testosterone levels is possible for men who have had cancer treatment with radiation or chemotherapy.
Medication and its possible unwanted consequences
A lack of libido is a common side effect of several drugs. Some examples include medications used to treat epilepsy and anxiety, as well as opiates, medicinal marijuana, beta blockers, and antidepressants.
Healing low libido
The good news is that there is assistance available here at Balance Hormone Center. Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) is a potential remedy for decreased libido. Your libido will rise after TRT, as will your testosterone levels.
TRT may be administered in several ways, such as: • Implants • Injections • Gels • Troches
The greatest individualised treatment plan is one we create together. The active component cenforce 150 is Sildenafil Citrate, making it a kind of allopathic medication.
Tablets of the 150mg strength are sold in packages of 10. Drug’s primary use is in the treatment and prevention of erectile dysfunction (ED) in males.
Fildena 100 is a medication used for the treatment and prevention of pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) and erectile dysfunction (ED) (PAH).
It’s possible you have too much on your plate at home. Perhaps you have too much on your plate between personal and professional commitments. The stresses and exhaustion of today’s modern life may weigh anybody down. It’s understandable that sexual and emotional needs may be put on the back burner.