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Menopause With Low Libido

Nearly 40 percent of menopausal women experience some decrease in sexual desire due to hormonal changes that reduce sex hormones and create severe mood swings. Many women notice a decline in arousal and energy and begin to experience vaginal dryness or pain during intercourse. All of these symptoms can contribute to an inability to achieve orgasm and subsequent lack of interest in sex altogether.


Hormonal Factors

Estrogen and progesterone levels drop significantly at the onset of menopause. Estrogen is the key female sex hormone that increases sensation and vaginal lubrication and when it drops, women experience hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness, low libido and irregular periods. When progesterone and testosterone levels drop, a woman will have irregular periods, loss of sex drive and fatigue. It takes time for the body to adjust to a lower level of sex hormones


Natural Solutions

Foods with a higher level of zinc, magnesium and soy protein can boost the natural production of sex hormones, reducing menopause symptoms and increasing sexual drive. Partial list of these foods are: kidney beans, buckwheat, tofu, soy milk, almonds, miso soup, oysters, and fish.

The herbs in Revive Passion For Menopausal Women replenish essential hormones to help a woman with menopausal symptoms feel more herself again

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