Get some sleep. Libido likes relaxation
Sexologists agree: Lack of sleep can lead to a decrease in testosterone levels (it is the male sex hormone and its decrease can cause sexual dysfunction). Sexologist Dr. Andrzej Depko says that stress and lack of rest effectively quench libido. The ideal for the body is a six to eight hour sleep, but it's also important not to be overwhelmed by the night. If you sleep for a minimum of six hours, but regularly, your urge to have sex should come back.
Work on self-confidence
We know, it's easy to say… But it's worth working on what we think about ourselves and our self-confidence. The way you look at yourself has an impact on your sex life. If you don't like your body, you may have trouble feeling at ease naked next to your partner and fully enjoying the rapprochement. Even when your stomach or legs are not perfect, but you value yourself and know your worth, it will be visible in contacts with your partner and also in bed. Confidence is sexy.