Your sexual drive can stay high late in life, but often your energy for sex can diminish. Low energy not only affects your sex life, but can carry over to other parts of your life, too. You can become apathetic, no longer find pleasure in favorite activities, and become more sedentary. However, many of these issues related to lost sexual energy can be addressed. Your lost sexual vim and vigor is often related to some kind of physical, emotional, or relationship issue. Here's a look at the most common causes.
Too tired for sex? 8 tips to improve your sex life
Sex Drive in Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
CFS being so misunderstood may top the list of reasons why. I think that most find it hard to understand feeling exhausted all the time, often to the point of not being able to sleep, or compare it to feeling tired. The important takeaway, though, is that Chronic Fatigue Syndrome impacts absolutely everything about my life, including sex. Sure, I felt horny at times and masturbated if I felt up to it, but having several debilitating medical conditions , including one that saps all your energy, put sex pretty far down my priority list. What energy I did have, I had to put into working.
Recharge your sexual energy
You're tired. You hurt all over. Exertion can wipe you out for days. When you have fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome , is it any wonder your sex life isn't great? On top of it being more difficult, we often find that, after illness strikes, we just don't have much sex drive.
Maintaining your sex life might seem like the last thing on your list of priorities. After all, kids, career, and your social life keep you busy. These eight tips will help. Research shows that couples who talk about sex together tend to have better sex. Who knows, it might just improve your overall relationship as a couple.