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13 steps to achieving total self-love

Though a woman's enthusiasm for sex can wane for any of reasons, you can help her rekindle that desire. Here's how.

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If the spark in your relationship seems to have fizzled, you're probably wondering what happened. Why did your partner lose interest in intimacy? Did you do something, or is there a problem between you? Or could it be possible that her dampened desire has nothing to do with the state of your relationship, and that she may be experiencing female sexual dysfunction?

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With a better understanding of women's feelings about sex and intimacy, you could help rekindle her desire. First, men and women differ in their sexual response: Men are more easily and clearly aroused with an erection by visual stimulation, while women's sexual desire and arousal are less obvious and rely more on emotional or environmental stimulation.

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It's important not to confuse women's more complex or less measurable sexual response with sexual dysfunction. t said that many common views about the prevalence of female sexual dysfunction stem from an old U. National Health and Social Life Studypublished inin which researchers surveyed 1, women and 1, men aged 18 to 59 years old and determined that 43 percent of women and 31 percent of men had sexual dysfunction.

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t, however, believes that the percentage for women is inflated, and that the everyday pressures of work, family, and other responsibilities might be why women answered negatively to survey questions about wanting sex. In fact, a more recent study published in by the Kinsey Instituteinvolving a telephone survey of white and black women aged 20 to 65 years old, found that just 24 percent of women reported marked distress about their sexual relationship or sexuality.

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The researchers also found that a woman's emotional health and quality of her sexual relationship hold greater value in her sexual satisfaction than the physical aspects of sex like arousal or orgasm. No matter how prevalent sexual dysfunction is, or isn't, a sexual problem is not considered sexual dysfunction in a woman unless she is distressed about or dissatisfied with her sex life.

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Sexual dysfunction, like sexual response, also differs between the sexes: In women, it can be subtle and individualized, unlike in men, where it can be a more obvious problem, like the inability to maintain an erection.

As a partner, you can help encourage your loved one to figure out what could be the source of her loss of desire : Whether it's a physical health condition -- especially if she's experiencing pain during intercourse -- that would necessitate a visit to her doctor, or an emotional health concern, where a therapist might be able to help.

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Still, talking about sex and working on your sexual relationship can be difficult, even when you've enjoyed great intimacy. These ideas can help.

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Be gentle and supportive as you let her know you want to work together to find a solution and a new intimacy normal. Health Topics.

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A Sexual Problem Does Not Always Mean Sexual Dysfunction First, men and women differ in their sexual response: Men are more easily and clearly aroused with an erection by visual stimulation, while women's sexual desire and arousal are less obvious and rely more on emotional or environmental stimulation. What You Can Do to Help As a partner, you can help encourage your loved one to figure out what could be the source of her loss of desire : Whether it's a physical health condition -- especially if she's experiencing pain during intercourse -- that would necessitate a visit to her doctor, or an emotional health concern, where a therapist might be able to help.

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