You don't have to be gloomy all day if your sex drive has taken a plunge, see ways to get your mojo back.
Make sure to hug and cuddle your man whenever you can, touch your husband unexpectedly to spark feelings of intimacy and trigger sexual desires.
See 5 ways below...
Just keep having sex. The more you have sex, the easier it is to become aroused. The less you do, the less you want to do it because your body just forgets about its sex drive. So having 'maintenance sex' with your husband is important. It keeps the juices flowing and also helps him feel good about the relationship, keeps you connected, and helps your own libido. So let your partner touch you sexually whether you are in the mood or not.
There are so many lubricants, gels, massage oils, and sex toys available to increase your libido. Arousal gels can help get you in the mood and increase erotic pleasure. The gel is applied topically to the clitoris, boosting sensitivity and creating warmth to increase enjoyment during intimacy.
The hormonal changes take a huge effect on your sex drive. Contraceptive pills can be one of the biggest causes. They can reduce your production of testosterone, which affects your level of sexual arousal. Certain types of medication can also dry you up down there, making sex painful.
A study shows that when cholesterol builds up in the arteries, it restricts blood flow, even to your pelvic area. This can lead to decreased vaginal pleasure, making it hard to achieve an orgasm.
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Kegel exercises can improve your awareness of the muscles involved in orgasm. To do these exercises, tighten your pelvic muscles as if you're stopping a stream of urine, then hold, relax and repeat. You can do it several times a day, even while you're walking, watching TV, at work or even during a presentation.