It's completely natural to sometimes not feel as interested in sex, but if you notice that your lack of interest lasts for a long time, there might be a deeper reason behind it.

It’s also common for your level of interest not to always match that of your partner.

However, when someone consistently experiences low libido over an extended period, it can be a cause for concern. It might be an indication of an underlying health problem:

Low testosterone

Testosterone is responsible for building muscles and bone mass, also stimulating sperm production.

When your testosterone levels decrease, your desire for sex also decreases.

Medicines Side Effect

Taking certain medications can lower testosterone levels, which in turn may lead to low libido.

Stress or Depression

This is because stress can disrupt your hormone levels. This narrowing restricts blood flow and potentially causes ED.


As men age, typically from their 40s onwards, there is a tendency for libido to decrease.

It is normal that, aging can lead to a decrease in sexual desire, resulting in a lower libido among men.

Sleep problems

Nearly 1/3 of the men who did not sleep well, had reduced levels of testosterone.

Testosterone levels could decrease by 10 to 15 percent after a week of sleep restriction to five hours per night.

Chronic illness

When you’re not feeling well due to the effects of a chronic health condition, such as chronic pain, sex is likely low on your list of priorities.


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