Libido is a multifaceted instinctive energy that contributes to sexual drive. It's also connected to motivation and ambition. The relationship between libido and other drives is very complex and affected by both biological and emotional factors, but what libido means to most adults is simple: it's the urge to get in the bedroom.
Libido in both men and women is governed by androgen hormones, primarily testosterone, but that's not all there is to it. It's also strongly affected by environmental and other biological factors, like your mood and the effects of aging. Low libido can cause several problems, not just the absence of sexual enjoyment, but also the depression and potential relationship problems that can follow it. In some ways, low libido can be a repeating cycle...
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It's the thing every man fears. Every time it happens, you wonder if it's going to happen every time from now on. Some men are haunted by the idea. And for many, it becomes an unfortunate fact of life that just won't go away. We're talking about ED: erectile dysfunction.
Some men are going to feel a little creeped out just reading those words as if just thinking about it can make it happen. Well, it can't, but stressing over it won't help you at all — in fact, stress is definitely one of the causes. There are many other potential causes for ED, both mental and biological. It is possible sometimes for ED to be an indicator of a more serious or even life-threatening condition, such as prostate cancer. But don't despair — in many cases, it's simply a result of other factors you can control at home.
Hormones regulate several important physiological functions
in the human body. Everything from energy levels, to sexual function, to hair
growth is affected by your hormones. However, hormone production can become
decreased due to several factors, like aging, illness, or health problems. When
hormone production decreases, the biological functions supported by that
hormone can suffer.