2012 | Newsletter archives
Q: If I lose weight, will it increase my desire to have sex?
A: Sexual desire or lack thereof can be from a myriad of reasons including extreme fatigue. You simply don’t have the energy. There are also emotional aspects that cause you to feel unattractive and thus curb your sexual appetite.
According to the Mayo Clinic, about 40 percent of women complain of loss of sexual desire at some point in their lives. Many libido problems are a result of hormonal imbalances, some of which can be corrected with hormone therapy as well as acupuncture.
If you feel unattractive because you’ve gained some weight that is more of an emotional issue but one that can be addressed by addressing the cause of the weight gain. If you’re going through menopause, you may gain some weight. Naturally, during pregnancy you also gain weight. If you’re used to being thin and loving your body, suddenly having a bit of stomach pooch can wreak havoc on your self-esteem. Exercise and a commitment to better hormonal health can help you to lose weight. It will also help your libido.
Everything is tied to hormones. I can help chart a course that will keep your hormones balanced, decrease your level of fatigue, help you lose weight, and increase your libido.
Also try my ABADI Female Sexual Vitality Kit to help rebalance hormones, correct nutrient deficiencies that cause physiological changes affecting sexual behavior, and promote increased libido.