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Low Sexual Desire

What is Low sexual desire?

Low sexual desire, also known as hypoactive sexual desire or low libido, is a medical condition in which an individual experiences a persistent or recurrent lack of interest or desire for sexual activity. This can cause distress, interpersonal difficulties, and may impact a person’s overall quality of life.

Low sexual desire can be caused by a variety of factors, including hormonal imbalances, certain medications, medical conditions such as depression or anxiety, relationship problems, and stress. It is important to note that sexual desire and arousal can vary widely among individuals, and what may be considered a problem for one person may not be for another.

If you have concerns about your sexual desire or experience, it is recommended to speak with a qualified mental health professionalS for further evaluation and guidance.

What can be done about it ?

If an individual is experiencing distress or difficulty related to low sexual desire, there are several treatment options that may be recommended by a qualified mental health professional. These treatment options may include:

  • Counseling or therapy: This can help address any underlying psychological or emotional issues that may be contributing to the problem. A psychiatrist or psychologist may use cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) or other types of therapy to help a patient identify and address any negative thought patterns, beliefs, or behaviors that may be affecting their sexual desire.
  • Hormone therapy: If low sexual desire is related to hormonal imbalances, hormone therapy may be recommended. This may involve taking medication to increase levels of certain hormones, such as testosterone or estrogen.
  • Medication: Certaind medications may be prescribed to help increase sexual desire. For example, bupropion, a medication commonly used to treat depression, has been shown to increase sexual desire in some people.
  • Lifestyle changes: Certain lifestyle changes, such as increasing physical activity, improving sleep habits, or reducing stress, may help improve sexual desire.

It is important to note that the treatment plan for low sexual desire will vary depending on the individual’s specific needs and underlying causes of the condition. A qualified mental health professional can help determine the most appropriate treatment approach for each patient.

Why choose IKSANA ?

At Iksana, our  Chief Psychiatrist, Dr. Arun Singh, conducts a comprehensive assessment to uncover the root cause of your concerns. Not only does he meticulously elucidate the intricacies of your treatment, but he also explores potential aggravating factors. Our holistic treatment approach takes into account various aspects, such as dietary adjustments and lifestyle modifications, ensuring that medication serves as a supportive element to address your needs effectively. 

With invaluable experience gained from working at a premier mental healthcare center within the NHS (UK), coupled with a keen interest in researching cutting-edge treatments for mental health issues, Dr. Singh remains at the forefront of the field. At Iksana, we prioritize your overall well-being, recognizing you as a complete individual, from the core outward. Our goal transcends the mere alleviation of visible symptoms; we aspire to bring you closer to a better, more confident version of yourself. 

Join us on a transformative journey of self-discovery and empowerment at Iksana, where Dr. Singh’s expertise merges with our unwavering commitment to your comprehensive care. Embrace the opportunity to unlock your full potential and experience a renewed sense of confidence and fulfillment.