If you're in need of a female libido booster, because you just have no sexual desire and perhaps just don't reach a climax - the good news is that problems with libido are often only temporary.
If you want to know how to increase your desire I'm so glad you've found my page. In this series of three articles I've listed what may affect your libido, together with ideas on what to do if you have a low libido.
Knowing what has caused your lack of interest will help you to find a solution. I've included some excellent resources to help you increase your desire as quickly as possible.
It is, however, really important that you see a doctor first. There are a number of health conditions, such as anaemia and thyroid problems, that could stand in the way of you enjoying a healthy physical relationship.
Pop over now to my page on how to deal with Sexual Relationship Problems - I'll be here when you come back.
We can now look at some other problems that may be underlying your low libido and perhaps lack of reaching a climax. You may be suffering with...
Your recovery from any of these problems can be hugely improved with the help of a professional. Can I gently encourage you to consider seeing either a specialist therapist (BASRT - see helpful links) or a relationship counsellor?
If that doesn't appeal to you, I've linked to some great resources on this page to give you other ways to help to solve your problems now.
I really get that you'd rather take a 'magic pill', but trust me - you are going to be OK without it. All you need to do is to make a start... and whatever you do, don't bury your head in the sand! I'm here to help you on your journey.
If you've seen a doctor and there are medical reasons why you're having problems with desire, then your doctor can help with the appropriate treatment.
When you're looking at how to improve your libido, all of the points below play a part, but not all will apply to you. You may consider that some of these aspects of your well-being are obviously 'not you'.
As you're reading on stay aware of how you react to any of the points I mention. For example you may feel yourself reacting to my comments on stress, trauma and relationship problems. That reaction could give you an indication that these issues are likely to play a part in your lack of libido.
I'm not one for suggesting you try a 'quick fix'. However, I do appreciate that you may not necessarily be ready to tackle other 'stuff'. So, in this instance, you could think about trying a natural remedy first, just in case...
Since I trust the company NativeRemedies, the only remedy I'd want to recommend you try (if any at all) is: NativeRemedies.com's Thanda Passion Booster for Improved Female Libido and Pleasure. Have a look at my review of Native Remedies.
Another great way to start tackling your problems is hypnosis. At HypnosisDownloads they know how to sort and soothe your unconscious mind! They have an excellent female libido booster: Increase Female Libido (link to my page on hypnosis FAQ and downloads). It'll help you to safely and fairly effortlessly increase your sex drive.
So, if right now you have little time or patience to read further and you just want to get it sorted - hypnosis is the way to go.
Not sure about hypnosis? Let me explain.
Stay with me now and hop over to Part 2 for what lowers your libido...