Testosterone levels in both men and women are linked to our sex drive and naturally increasing the levels can help with progesterone, and some Pine Pollen.
Adrenal Fatigue can be a reason women are exhausted, irritable and unhappy. It is related to hormone health, so here is the bioidentical perspective on why you always feel tired and stressed.
It is a topic that crops up fairly frequently, but do you need testosterone to help your libido or is there another alternative?
Testosterone is often in the news, but although it can be helpful, there are many precautions associated it with. However, it can have a more subtle effect on behaviour than previously thought.
Low libido can be due to many causes, and progesterone does stimulate sex drive in women, but there is also a hidden factor in your everyday life that may be having an effect too.
It can happen at any time, and the changes at menopause mean you can suffer vaginal dryness and discomfort – but help is available.
Mood swings and anxiety are common at menopause so knowing when it needs attention and how to help yourself can make a major difference.
If you are starting to be concerned about changes you are noticing in your body at menopause, one particular area is one you are least likely to get help for, or mention to your doctor.
The Sex Drive Solution for Women: Dr. Jen’s Power Plan to Fire Up Your Libido as some ideas to help brighten up your life and lift your libido.
The hormonal changes at menopause can make sex more difficult as the body’s natural lubrication diminishes. You don’t have to ‘put up with it’ as restoring hormone balance can really help.