What is sex drive?


Sex drive is the term we use to refer to the level of interest an individual has in sexual activity. We also refer to this as your “libido.” Your sex drive is an inherent and central feature of your sexuality, or your sexual personality. However, there is no standard sex drive. It is unique to each person. Variances between people of the same age and gender are quite common. 

Often sex drive is dependent upon circumstances and events. Although there is a biological element of your libido, there are also psychological and even social factors at play. Hormones do play a big role in your sex drive. Too much or too little of a hormone and your drive can take a big dip or a big leap. Stress plays a big role as well. But so do family and social expectations. Many people have high sex drives, but the pressures of their religiosity or moral compass may dictate guilt in association with acting on that desire. Likewise, some people participate in sexual activities that they have no desire for.

Sex drive can also be specific to a person, or it can be generalized to sexual activity with anyone. Some people form and remain in romantic relationships because of a desire for sex. A loss of sex drive or a lack of libido is a source of conflict in a relationship. A disparity between parties’ sex drives can cause a lot of friction as well.

Some people have a low sex drive naturally. And others suffer a loss of libido. Women often discover changes in their sexual desire. Hormonal fluctuations can often result in a lack of sex drive. When this happens, the woman’s partner is often stymied on how to increase sex drive for women.
 
At this point, he will investigate the infamous Spanish Fly, which was touted as an aphrodisiac for years. But most of the rumored Spanish Flies are not very useful. However, sex drops work very well because they use hormones in their ingredients. For women with low sex drive, hormonal remedies work very well.