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It’s not uncommon to experience low sex drive at some point in your life. But common or not, it can be quite frustrating – particularly for those in new relationships or trying to conceive.
For some women, it could be a side effect of hormonal imbalance, chronic stress, pain, or many other various problems.
For others, it’s their first indicator of entering peri-menopause.
I often hear postnatal women panic because once their baby came, their libido just disappeared and never came back! Poof!
In some cases, a simple change such as having date nights or using adult toys or a sensory lubricant is enough to get things moving in the right direction.
But others may need a little more help.
I’m here to help you get that spark back and to rediscover that innate connection with your feminine sexual energy.
(Trust me, it’s still in there!)
My approach is first to identify some of the biggest influences on the average woman’s arousal and enjoyment of sex:
This disconnect is especially apparent in women with young children, peri-menopausal women, and those who suffer from gynecological disorders such as PCOS and endometriosis.
Let me be your guide in helping you rediscover your libido – that inner spark which reminds us of the pleasures and joys our bodies are capable of receiving.
Because you deserve it.