If you're a woman with menopause, you're all too familiar with sleep disturbance and how it can create an array of adverse health outcomes including depression, hypertension and heart disease.
A new study published in Menopause, the journal of The North American Menopause Society (NAMS), shows that sleep problems are also tied to lower levels of sexual satisfaction.
Could this be the reason... ››› more
After a long day, you arrive home and your partner wants to have sex. But if you're honest with yourself, you're just not feeling up to it. You blame the same libido-squashing culprit as you did last night - you're feeling downright exhausted. Soon enough, you begin asking yourself, “Is this normal?”
The answer is yes - it's totally normal. In fact, research shows that up to 75% of women su... ››› more
Ladies, this one's for you!
Unless you're in a committed relationship, your gynaecologist likely urges you to have “safe sex”. But what exactly is meant by this general term, and how do you actually practise safe sex?
In short, safe sex means to reduce your risk of catching - or spreading, for that matter - any sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), also known as sexually transmitted infe... ››› more
It's normal to wonder if everyone, except you and your beloved partner, is enjoying lots of perfect sex. But what's the real answer here?
According to Jennifer Berman, MD, the director of the Berman Women's Wellness Center in Los Angeles and the author of For Women Only, a healthy sex life doesn't necessarily mean earth-shattering orgasms every day.
That's right - your sex life may just be ... ››› more
You've tried all the usual turn-ons in the book: Downed oysters and bubbly, indulged in a couples massaged and watched super-sultry movies. Because you rely on these ways to boost your libido so often, you're now starting to feel tired and aren't responding to them as well as you used to.
According to Irwin Goldstein, MD, director of sexual medicine at Alvarado Hospital in San Diego in the USA,... ››› more
Have little to no sex drive? You're definitely not alone.
On the bright side, there are many effective natural remedies to balance your hormones and boost your libido!
Here are five strategies to balance your hormones and boost your libido naturally. Before you know it, you'll be feeling vibrant, lean and sexy!
Five fool-proof ways to reset your hormones
#1: Eat lots of leafy greens a... ››› more
If you're a woman with low sex drive or who's barely ever “in the mood”, you're probably desperate seeking out ways to fix your libido-crashing mood disorders.
While it may seem like a complicated problem to approach, according to Mark Hyman, American physician and founder of the UltraWellness Center in Lenox, Massachusetts in the USA, it's as simple as cutting sugar out of your diet.
K... ››› more
Many men diagnosed with diabetes who suffer from erectile dysfunction think that their blood sugar disorder is to blame, but this is all wrong.
It's true that erectile dysfunction is very common among diabetic men, but diabetes itself isn't to blame. The real culprits here are diabetic nerve damage and blood vessel disease. That said, factors like stress, depression and blood pressure-lowering ... ››› more
When it comes to hot, amazing sex, the most important thing is, of course, a burning desire to do the deed. But as you get older, you'll notice that your sexual desire isn't what it used to be.
Whereas you used to feel up to it every second day, you may now only feel up to it once or twice a week - if that! The reason for this? Well, there are a number of daily stresses and distractions that c... ››› more
While a urinary tract (UTI) can strike anyone - yes, even babies - adult women tend to suffer the most uncomfortable symptoms. I'm talking lower abdominal cramping, lower back pain and painful urination...
What's more, women are 10 times more likely to get a UTI than men and one in five women will suffer a UTI at some point in her life. One common way for a woman to get a UTI? By having sex, of... ››› more
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