Men who suffer from low sensual drive might believe it’s a male organ problem, but the truth is that a lowered desire can stem from many things. Here are some ways to combat it.
By John Dugan
We’ve all heard the jokes about men and sensual drive. A man can get it up at the sound of a dog whistle. A guy thinks about coupling every eight seconds of every day. Men never get headaches. Even careful attention to good member care might lead a significant other to say that a man is taking such good care of himself only because he wants to ‘get some.’ So when a man has a low sensual drive, it can make him think something is terribly wrong.
1. Stay fit. When a man puts on a bit of weight that might be enough to lead to male organ problems and low sensual drive. Regular exercise can help get rid of that spare tire or love handles, and the feel-good rush that comes from exercise can make a man more open to the idea of other forms of exercise in the bedroom.
4. Opt for counseling. A good coupling counselor can help couples move from a low sensual drive to incredible fun in the bedroom. Much of the session will include talking about coupling, watching educational videos, and taking steps to change how partners interact. There is also some rather enjoyable homework.
6. Explore what might have changed. Remember that certain medications can have side effects, including a low sensual drive or other male organ problems. Big life changes, such as the death of a loved one or losing a job can also lead to low desire. Sometimes being with the same partner for a long time can cause the problem too, so it’s important to go back through these tips as a couple and work on igniting that old spark.