Superwomen In The Bedroom? — SWANN Center
Sep 6, 2017
You’re working all day, multiple jobs and responsibilities, dealing with the kids or grand kids, running errands, cooking, cleaning and too tired to even think about sex. Would you just rather roll over and go to sleep? Maybe you have no desire for sex after menopause. Consider sex coaching as your best strategy to bring back the fire in you – the Superwoman in the bedroom!
Bedroom Silent Killer
The number one concern we hear from women is they have very low or no sex drive, and yes, even men may suffer from LD. Sexless couples are a new phenomenon in our life time, not just postmenopausal women, even women in their 20s, 30s, and 40s may experience LD.
Far Reaching Concern
Although studies agree that the majority of women consider sexuality a critical determinant of quality of life. Furthermore, in the same survey, low or no desire was demonstrated to significantly impact women’s self esteem, quality of life, cause emotional distress which may lead to relationship issues. Some signs and symptoms that may indicate a low sex drive include a woman who:
- Has no interest in any type of sexual activity, including self-stimulation
- Doesn’t have sexual fantasies or thoughts, or only seldom has them
- Is bothered by her lack of sexual activity or fantasies
What are some of the dynamics that may be attributed to LD?
- Hormonal Cocktail: Changes in our hormone levels may decrease your desire for sex.
- Aging: The decline in estrogen during perimenopause may wreak havoc on a women’s sex drive, and dry vaginal tissues, resulting in painful or uncomfortable sex may deter her from having sex.
- Body Image Issue: If women are feeling unattractive, they are less likely to want to engage in sex.
- History of Sexual abuse or abusive relationship: A women may not want to express physical love if she had old wounds or pain to heal.
- Fatigue: Fatigue is problematic in women of all ages, even ladies in their 30’s.
- Unskilled partner/lover: Maybe your partner skills are lacking in the bedroom department. This problem may continue until she doesn’t want sex anymore.
- Power struggles and relationship issues: If relationship issues are not resolved, resentment, anger, frustration may build up, and LD may be the result.
- Infidelity: The reason and/or consequence of the incident may be your partner’s lack of sexual desire.
- Depression: Depression can change the body’s biochemistry and therefore reduce libido.
Do these concerns sound familiar? If so, take this opportunity to be open with your sexual concerns and work with us at the SWANN Center. You may feel embarrassed to talk about your sexual issues, however, at the SWANN Center, our unique ability is sex coaching without shame or guilt regarding any sexual concerns you may have.
At the SWANN Center, we take a holistic approach to address your sexual concerns including the mind, emotions, body, energy, and spirit. Our team of certified and licensed Sexologists and
Sex Coaches understand how to address your concern and work with you step by step to restore your and your partner’s sex life.
Your sexual satisfaction is a vital part of your overall health and well being, contact us today to schedule a confidential appointment at 302-344-0373 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Bring that sexy superwoman back.