Libido is the word most commonly used for the level of sexual desire a person has at any given time. Enhanced or decreased libido can occur for many reasons, including the addition of medications, hormonal changes, aging, stress, childhood abuse or trauma, body issues or sexual anxiety relating to performance. A woman’s libido may also decrease drastically after having a child. Luckily, there are a few ways for women to enhance their libidos naturally and at home in order to maintain an active and normal sex life after the birth of a child.
1.Take ginseng supplements. Even if you have not yet experienced any sexual side effects from giving birth, it is a great idea to get started on ginseng supplements. Throughout the raising of your child, your body will become fatigued and even if you do not experience a decrease in libido yet, it is likely that you will experience one throughout your baby’s childhood. Take ginseng supplements as directed on the side of the bottle.
2. Eat foods that contain garlic and onions. If you are feeling less than sexy, make a soup containing garlic and onions during the day. If you continue this regimen every time you feel sluggish in bed, you should soon experience a libido boost. Just remember to brush your teeth first, as garlic and onion can cause bad breath.
3. Go for a jog outside or a run on the treadmill. Raising your heart rate is one of the best ways to keep libido from reaching its lowest levels. Ideally, you should exercise at least 30 minutes three times a week.
4. Mix up your routine. Purchase new lingerie and surprise your partner in bed with it, or try a new sexual position that you don’t normally try. A little added excitement in bed, especially if it gets your partner excited, will boost your libido in no time.
5. See a doctor. If you have tried the above steps with no life-changing results, it may be time to see a doctor regarding your sex drive. She may prescribe androgen steroids for a short period of time to enhance your libido chemically.
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