When your sex drive starts declining

The reply probably depends on your age, on how long you’ve been in a relationship and on other factors. Your sex drive changes with time.

In contrast to other animals that have sexual relations limited to the period of mating and that have them solely for reproduction purposes, the almost only goal of sex for human beings is pleasure. A man - a boy - who first masturbates at the age of 13, doesn’t feel a desire for a woman. Of course, this isn’t an obstacle for him to experience a spontaneous erection, which in adulthood represents a sign of erotic pleasure.

At the age when people gain their first experience as couples, the idea of sexual desire is still a bit confusing. One`s desire is undoubtedly directed towards the chosen partner, but it remains superficial and it’s easy to transfer it to any other partner. In their youth, men and women establish a lot of short-lasting relationships.

What happens in a steady relationship?

Then it’s time to have a longer lasting relationship with a steady partner. If a good sexual balance is achieved, the relationship can last very long. At the beginning, your sex drive is sufficiently strong to provoke spontaneous erections often. The couple can enjoy their sex life to the maximum. As you know, routine and age reduce the number of spontaneous erections. In general, couples don’t burden themselves with that, but the reason is very simple: to put it mildly, your sex drive is diminishing. It’s completely natural that it decreases and finally also disappears.

Men, too, have the period of menopause

In order not to run out of luck completely, while their sexual desire decreases, couples broaden their general knowledge about sex, about their bodies and especially eroticism, a phenomenon typical of human beings and unknown to other animals. It’s natural that your sex drive is directly linked to the release of testosterone. The older the body is, the less testosterone it produces. It can also completely stop producing it in a period called by doctors andropause, the male menopause, which occurs at the ages between 50 and 70. In that period, erections are difficult to achieve, but if possible, they are short-lasting, rare and often associated with premature ejaculation.

Relative powerlessness of men

Such relative powerlessness is of organic nature. Interesting enough, it’s been found that many men who reach a satisfactory erection with their wives, who are able to provoke it because of their own experiences, aren’t able to reach an erection with a new partner, though she’s younger and more beautiful, because she doesn’t have the ability to eroticise their relationship.

This relative powerlessness of men - impotence - can even be treated by injecting testosterone if the cause is lack or sexual desire, but this has negative consequences. Owing to the presence of synthetic testosterone in the body, the brain stops stimulating testosterone production. Thus the natural production of the hormone, which is already very poor from the onset, completely and indefinitely stops.

Other factors at play when it comes to your sex drive

Couples can also experience difficulties because their sex drive is dependent to a certain extent on human biological rhythms. This isn’t connected with the periods of mating in animals, but it’s a known fact that women have a greater desire for sex when they ovulate and in the first days of menstruation. They’re more easily aroused in the summer, whereas men are more easily turned on in winter. Men rather have sex in the morning, whereas women like it in the afternoon and evening.

This, of course, doesn’t mean that a man is useless in summer nights. However, a woman who notices the first signs of such "powerlessness" in her partner should choose the most favorable moment for sexual intercourse also according to the above mentioned natural cycles.

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