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These health problems can affect your sex life

Written by Editorial Team | Published : January 20, 2019 7:41 PM IST

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There are many problems that can affect your sexual health. However, issues related to sexual health generally produce from chronic health problems that requires treatment. If you’re facing any libido problems, you need to mark out which problem is haunting your health. Health issues that stay for a longer duration can affect your sex life. Chronic diseases such as insomnia, where you’re not getting sufficient amount of sleep which makes you irritated. Also, obesity or overweight plays a major role in your sex life. Studies have shown that people who are overweight tend to feel embarrassed in the bedroom. Moreover, here are a few health issues that can affect your sex life in one way or another.

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Diabetes: Fluctuation in your blood sugar levels can lead to various complications and sexual dysfunction can be one of them. Researches have recorded that about 60-70 per cent of all men who are diabetic face erectile problem during the course of their life. This happens because diabetes directly affects the blood flow to your genitals.  Also Read - Environment Day 2023: Why Time Has Come For Us To Go Beyond Sanitary Napkins?

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Anemia: Rather than creating problem to your sex life, this medical condition causes weakness and may reduce your sexual feelings. In men, anemia can cause erection problems as well as curb down the sexual desire. However, you can overcome this condition by changing your lifestyle after consulting your doctor.

Heart-health

Heart diseases: Diseases which are associated with your heart affects blood flow to the genital area of your body and plays an important role in affecting your healthy sex life. Generally, diseases related to heart hardens the arteries that affects blood flow inside the body.

Depression

Depression: Depression curbs down your sexual desire and indicate brain’s part which manages the sexual desire. You may suffer from sexual dysfunction if you are suffering from chronic stress and clinical depression. Also, the antidepressants prescribed can also play a key role in killing your sexual desires. Also Read - PCOS Diet: What Are Your Options For A Healthy Breakfast?