So lately you may have noticed that your bedroom sessions have been less frequent, shorter, or all out non-existent. You ask your partner what’s wrong and you get the same excuses of being too tired or just simply not in the mood. But, then you ask yourself, when are men ever not in the mood? Inset panic.
You begin to wonder if he has lost interest, if you are all of a sudden unappealing to him. So, yes, you may have gained a pound or two, but does that really justify a loss of all sexual interest? Calm down, before you lose every shred of confidence, rationalize the situation.
Don’t blame yourself for your man’s lagging libido; take a moment to consider the other underlying causes that may be producing the problem. Impotency, or erectile dysfunction, is a common issue many men will face as they get older and may be the reason your man is not feeling as frisky as he used to.
Men suffering from heart conditions or high blood pressure have a higher probability of becoming impotent. Strong blood flow is vital for an erection; therefore men who have cardiovascular issues will be more likely to experience erectile dysfunction. If your man is having trouble getting or maintaining an erection this may be the cause.
But what should you do if your man has no heart problems and is still experiencing impotency? Again, relax, there may be many other reasons your man is having trouble. There are other health concerns that could be causing the complications. Low testosterone, diabetes, obesity, stress, depression, and even alcohol and drug abuse can potentially lead to erectile dysfunction.
So remember, before you think the sole reason your sex life is lacking is that you are no longer attractive to your partner, consider that the problem may be caused by an underlying health concern. In fact, talking to your partner about impotency in the bedroom can actually lead him to find treatment for a problem that could be even more serious.