For many of us, taking prescription medication is a normal part of our everyday lives. While we love the control these drugs give us over our physical and mental health, we’re generally less crazy about some of the compromises we have to make when we take them. At the top of that list? Feeling less interested in sex.
Does stress cause you to feel anxious, suffer from fatigue, and lose sleep? Have you noticed your attention span and mood suffer after a long week? Panax Notoginseng, what we'll call ginseng, may play a big role in helping your body adjust to these stressful situations.
As women, our desire for intimacy depends on so many factors other than just our physical arousal. Between crammed schedules and endless to-do lists, juggling life’s many demands can leave us with little energy to connect.
A healthy dose of stress can keep you motivated when you’re on a deadline or managing a massive to-do list, but when life’s daily grind leaves your body on constant high alert, chronic stress can take a toll on your physical and emotional well-being.
Ask any doctor the difference between male and female sexual health and you’ll probably get the same response: women are just a lot more complicated. While male sexual health is often boiled down to physical performance, female sex drive is what doctors call multifactorial. In other words, it’s a lot more complex than just what’s happening below the belt.
Most of us get hit with a low mood from time to time. But if you find yourself constantly losing patience at work, dealing with blue moods or feeling generally overwhelmed, it might be time for some lifestyle changes.