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Low Sexual Desire During Perimenopause and Menopause
Do you miss that spark, that fire, that passion down under? Do you find it difficult to get in the mood for sex? It's normal to lack the sexual desire—especially during menopause. But you can revitalize your sex life while enjoying it.
 
Low Sex Drive?
Low sex drive is a decrease of sexual desires—and for menopausal woman, it can be difficult to deal with. You are unlikely to respond to your mate's sexual advances, but also you're unlikely to even think about sex. If you do, the thought does absolutely nothing to stimulate you.
 
During menopause, a woman's hormone levels change drastically. And with the estrogen hormone being a woman's main source for vaginal sensation and lubrication, the hormones reduction cause a major problem in the bedroom. 
 
Mood swings become frustratingly impossible to deal with, while increases in hot flashes occur thanks to the change in hormonal levels. But even without the mood swings, the reduction in sex hormones make women feel less aroused and energetic to not participate in anything beyond kissing.
 
Your Solutions
When both progesterone and estrogen levels drop, sex drive disappears. Just the thought of sex begins to feel like a minimum-waged job—depressing and exhausting. But Young Again - Revive Passion for Menopausal Women can improve your sex life during perimenopause & menopause. Thanks to supplements like DHEA in the formula, you can improve your libido.
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