A good and harmonious sexual relationship in a family is a cement that among other things binds the couples together, overlook several shortcomings in either of the spouse, put a quick, end to a disagreement however fundamental and protects and prevents extra-marital affairs. More importantly, a harmonious sexual relationship between spouses promotes health and lengthens life. Apart from infections and diseases, men rarely have low libido when compared to the cases of women especially aging mothers.
CASES OF LOSS OF SEXUAL INTEREST
Difficulties in areas of sexual interest between spouses are seldom discounted. In the circular world, each member satisfies his or her sexual appetite using sinful worldly members. Since the use and measure of sexual can be influenced by the devil. It is important to avoid this trap.
Four categories of loss of interest which are related will be discussed. These are non-exhaustive.
- Hypoactive sexual desire disorder. A disorder in which sexual fantasies and desire for sexual activities are persistently or recurrently diminished or absent, causing marked difference or interpersonal difficulties. It affects 20% of women and 120% of men.
- Sexual awareness discover, persistence or recurrent aversion to and avoidance all or almost all gentle sexual contacts with a partner causing a marked distress or interpersonal difficulties
- Sexual dysfunction due to physical disorder. Clinical significant sexual dysfunction that causes personal distresses or interpersonal problems and it’s most likely fully explained by direct physiological effects of a physical disorder
- Substance induced sexual dysfunction. Sexual dysfunction that caused personal distressed or interpersonal problems and it’s fully explained by substance abuse or develops during or within a month of substance intoxication.
GENERAL CAUSES OF LOSS OF SEXUAL DESIRE
Hypoactive Sexual Desire
- Poorly defined hormonal environment, poor sexual aspiration ad motivation (i.e the thought of it)
- Boredom or unhappiness in a long standing relationship
- Dependence on alcohol or psychoactive drugs
- Side effect of prescription drugs e.g. anti-hypertensive drugs and antidepressants
- Hormonal insufficiency
- Life-causes include
Sexual Aversion Disorder:
- Trauma: incest; sexual abuse and rape
- Repressive atmosphere in the family sometimes enhanced by orthodox or rigid religious training
- Install attempts at intercourse that resulted in a painful experience
- Acquired after a period of normal functioning, which may be:
- Atrophic virginities (comes with advancing age)
- Heart diseases
- Diabetes mellitus
- Hormonal imbalances e.g. hypogonelel, hyper prolactincemis
- General trauma
- Infectious diseases
- Neurological disorders
- Multiple scioecsis/strokes
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GENERAL CURE FOR LOSS OF SEXUAL INTEREST
- If it is due to marital difficulties â€“settle this
- If due to psychological or psychiatric disorders
- Due to physical disorder
- Aversion disorder
- Remove the cause
Marital Therapy for Interpersonal Difficulties
- Drug treatment for unreasonable fear or panic
- Physical disorder – treatment of the physical disorder resolves the problems of lost of sexual interest
- Drugs- the purpose of the drug may determine the wisdom in its withdrawal. However, when the drug causing loss of sexual interest is withdrawn interest returns
CAUSES OF LOW SEXUAL DESIRE IN WOMEN AND SOLUTIONS
CAUSES OF LOW LIBIDO IN WOMEN
Stress and Overwork:
Past Sexual Abuse or Rape:
SOLUTIONS TO LOW LIBIDO IN WOMEN
CAUSES OF IMPOTENCE IN MEN
- Psychological reasons
- Norma and sustain erection during foreplay lost at the moment of intromission
- Normal erection with some sexual partners but failure with others
- Sudden onset of impotent in a man under 40 years of age
- Alternating periods of normal functioning and total impotence
- Abnormally with blood vessels-abnormal developments in the blood vessels supplying blood to the penis (arterio-genic) and removing blood flow from the penis (venogenic) may affect potency in males
- Drugs that may affect potency include antihypertensive, alcohol, psychotropic
- Diabetes mellitus : impotence occurs in over 50% of men with diabetes mellitus
- Surgery: some operations are associated with impotence in men e.g. after surgery for enlarged prostate.
- Injury in the penis e.g. fractures.