Video: Sexual Desire: Why Do They Lose It Before They Do?
"The longer a woman spends in a relationship, the less sexual desire she feels," is the basis of a study published in the Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, by Sarah Murray and Tobin Milhausen, both from the University of Ontario, in Canada. 170 university students participated in the research and the vast majority of the young women consulted confirmed that over time they had lost interest in their partners, something that, for example, did not occur in the case of men or men, who did keep up with your wish in a stable way.
In other words, contrary to what many studies have defended, the one we mentioned ensures that the desire between men and women is very different. The newspaper El Confidencial remembers the words of the German psychiatrist Richard von Krafft-Ebing (one of the first to tackle sexual pathologies in the late 19th century), who claimed that "men feel twice as much sexual appetite as women." Furthermore, one can even speak of specific data mentioned by some experts: "This problem affects 43% of women and 31% of men, especially from the age of 50".
José Luis Beiztegi, Spanish sexologist, speaks of "lack of appetite or sexual anorexia". In this case and according to the portal Salud 180, “it is a general disinterest in caressing or being caressed, lack of desire to seduce the couple to make love, as well as having few or no sexual fantasies. In the case of women it also involves lack of excitement, vaginal dryness and pain in penetration, while in men lack of erection is usually the most obvious sign."
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Differences: There is something that must be made very clear and that is that the differences between men and women are also due to physical parameters. This is stated by the clinical psychologist and sexologist Rosario Castaño, who assures that this difference is due “to women experiencing a sudden decrease in estrogens during menopause, which can be adequately treated. However, it is being seen that this loss of desire also occurs in men between the ages of 45 and 75, because half of the men suffer from andropause, with symptoms very similar to theirs,”says Castaño.
Do not hesitate to always consult with specialists any questions or concerns you may have in this regard. It is important that all these matters are dealt with in fluid communication.