LOSS OF SEXUAL INTEREST IN A RELATIONSHIP
According to many studies, men experience a loss of interest in sex between the ages of 35 and 44, while women experience a loss of interest between 55 and 64. However, older men can also develop low testosterone levels, which can cause fatigue, depression and a reduced sex drive. Low levels of testosterone or estrogen in women and men can cause a lack of sexual satisfaction in a relationship. In addition, health conditions, including depression, can also cause a loss of interest in sex in a relationship.
LACK OF SEXUAL DESIRE
In a long-term relationship, you may have become over-familiar with your partner and feel erotic dissatisfaction. Being over-familiar with your partner is common and may have a negative effect on your sex drive. However, libido loss is often caused by relationship problems. In addition, poor sexual performance issues may also contribute to a lack of sexual desire.
DEPRESSION IS LINKED TO A LACK OF SEX
Feeling sexually frustrated can lead to depression and affect your mental health. Depression is cruel enough to interfere with your daily activities, including your sexual life. However, there are many factors that play a role in sexual frustration including relationship differences, health conditions, or a lack of available partners. In addition, depression runs much deeper than simply feeling unhappy and miserable for a short period of time.
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