Low Libido

Libido is a person’s sexual drive or appetite. It is motivated by many factors, including hormones, brain functions, learned behavior, stress, lifestyle choices, and more. When a person’s libido is high, they are more likely to desire sexual intimacy, and when it is low, their interest in sex decreases. While some fluctuations in libido are normal, some people may experience a long-term drop in libido.
At Tideline Center for Health & Aesthetics, we address a number of factors that can impact libido, including:


Hormones can greatly impact libido and sexual arousal in women. Estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone all affect sexual arousal and desire. When these hormones are imbalanced, sexual problems may arise.

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Stress can impact libido in many ways, including physically and psychologically. Thankfully, there are many effective solutions for controlling stress for a healthy sex life.

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Depression can impact every aspect of an individual’s life, including sex. Low self-esteem, lack of confidence, feelings of hopelessness, and feelings of fatigue can all lower libido which can lead to other sexual issues such as anorgasmia (trouble reaching orgasm).

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Being in good health is an important factor for a healthy sex drive. Because of this, women who are overweight, have high blood sugar, and more due to unhealthy lifestyle choices may experience low sexual desire satisfaction. Metabolic syndrome is one condition that may affect libido.

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Individuals who believe their health is impacting their libido can benefit from contacting Tideline Center for Health & Aesthetics content today. To get started, schedule a consultation appointment with one of our skilled physicians.

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