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Decreased Desire - Sexual Side Effects of Menopause
Menopause has been the common fodder for comedic standup and as the subject for plays, such as Menopause, the Musical and The Vagina Monologues, but the symptoms of the phenomenon are no joke.

One major symptom, a woman’s low sex drive, can destroy marriages and partnerships. Many women—almost 40 percent--lose their libido during menopause. According to the Kinsey Institute, women aged 18 to 29 have sex an average of 112 times annually; women aged 40-49, 69 times a year. That’s a 50 percent decrease in sexual activity.

Is this due to the loss of interest in one’s partner or is there a more scientific explanation to loss of a woman’s sex drive?
 
Hormones
The levels of two important hormones—estrogen and progesterone--decrease significantly at the onset of menopause, which occurs when a woman stops menstruating. Estrogen and progesterone both play a role in a woman’s experience of sexual pleasure.

Estrogen, specifically, elevates sensation, vaginal lubrication and sexual desire. When the level of estrogen lowers, women experience decreased sexual responses, as well as vaginal dryness, intercourse pain and arousal issues.
What To Do
DHEA can change the way a woman feels sexually during menopause. Studies have demonstrated that those women who suffer from low sex drives can increase their libido when ingesting this supplement. Tests on 16 post-menopausal women revealed that their mental and physical sexual arousal increased dramatically after viewing an erotic video. Because DHEA relaxes the clitoral muscles enabling more blood to flow to it and, women experience heightened sensitivity.
 

DHEA supplements can revitalize revitalizing your libido and resurrect your sex life. Who says a woman’s sex life should die once she can’t have any more children? Life begins at 40!

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