It’s not new news that when it comes to sexuality and sexual desires, women have a much different take on what turns them on and how to get there, then men do. Interestingly enough, ABC reports that across three different studies on women’s sexuality, many from the ages of 18 to 30 have been reporting very low sex drives. Speculation surrounding the birth control pill and other antidepressant pills as the main cause of female sexual dysfunction, has ironically taken a different spin when a specific antidepressant called Flibanserin has recently been known to boost libido in women taking it daily for three months.
Unlike male medications like Viagra, which focuses on the performance side of things rather then actual sexual desire, this possible new solution targets brain chemicals to improve the lack of sex drive in young women … so much so that women experiencing almost no sex drive at all started to engage in sexual activity at least twice a week.
Well ladies, would you be willing to take an antidepressant to improve your sex life? Are their more natural ways of creating more sexual desire?