Are you experiencing a lack of desire for sex?
But maybe you think it’s too early to start taking medicinal aphrodisiacs. Well, we have good news!
Sexual desire can disappear in people of any gender and any age for various reasons, such as stress, fatigue, or just a “bad period” that goes away on its own. This phenomenon is quite common and often causes anxiety among partners.
Whatever the cause of low libido, it is important that there are ways to deal with the problem naturally…
There is little evidence to support the effectiveness of certain libido-boosting products, but it doesn’t hurt to try.
Figs, bananas, and avocados, for example, are considered libido-boosting foods, also known as aphrodisiac foods.
These foods contain important vitamins and minerals that can increase blood flow to the genitals, promoting a healthy sex life.
Since ancient times, chocolate has been a symbol of desire. Not only because of its pleasant taste, but also because of its ability to enhance sexuality. According to one study, chocolate helps release phenylethylamine and serotonin in the body. This can lead to some mood-enhancing effects and therefore increased libido.
The next time you decide to cook a romantic dinner, add some basil or garlic to the dish. The smell of basil excites the senses. Garlic contains high levels of allicin, which increases blood flow.
Two glasses of wine in the evening is too much, but one glass at dinner will relax the senses and increase the desire for intimacy. However, excessive alcohol consumption has been shown to interfere with male erections and orgasms.
Every couple is different
This means that experimentation is necessary until the right path is found. If we still rely on drugs, let’s not forget that sex is based on desire. The little blue pill cannot be the solution to a problem that affects us if it is emotional.