Sexual Switch in a Woman’s Head?

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?

11 thoughts on “Sexual Switch in a Woman’s Head?

  1. Geerish

    Hi guys,
    i heard about which is comomly known as sex booster but try also a good crab supper (boullion de crabe ) before going to bed, it works perfectly,cheers.

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  2. govinden CANDASAMY

    Hi justine ,hi jacqueline and ladies

    Yes i agree with jacqueline oyster is good :But try sea fish is good for sexual appetite,i think we have lots of natural thing which we can use in this planet instead of viagra etc ………eggyork the yellow part which help !!! big kiss

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  5. balancedesires

    Well Ladies!

    I can speak from experience being on antidressants right now for the first time in my life for the past 3 months. My…… ahem… ‘appetite’ is fine however, the sensation is absolutely different & takes longer to get there. I am sure I will not be on them for much longer, thank goodness! Very good article!

    Harmony & Peace

    Balanced

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  6. Gina Rose ext.9500Gina Rose ext.9500

    Hi Justine,

    Well…he he…having gone thru ” the change of life ” a few years back, substituting sex for chocolate I find highly appealing……. GREAT IDEA !!!!! Gina like. yum.

    Blessed Be )O(
    Gina Rose ext.9500

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  7. Jacqueline x9472

    Hi Justine,

    Oh oysters I have heard that is great for sex drive along with oat straw, you can buy this in tincture form, it is a great sex stimulant.

    Although this is not your typical oatmeal, it is actually oat straw, I’m sure they are related.

    Blessings and Big Hugs!
    Jacqueline x9472

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  8. Justine

    Hi ladies!

    Thanks for your comments and insight 🙂 I wouldn’t take any drugs either to improve my sex drive. I think too many people turn to ‘pills’ these days to ‘fix’ problems. No thanks! I’ll go the holistic route or just substitute sex with chocolate. C’mon… they’re pretty close right? hehe.

    I heard oysters improve sex drive… ever heard that one?

    <3

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  9. Abigailx9570

    Oh my …..getting high on life and being with a man that charges all my senses is all I need LOL…..they are saying that the high rate of suicides in young adults is due to antidepressants and ADD, ADH medications I chosse good old natural stuff ….like they did 50 + yrs ago some progress is good and some is just down right dangerous. Thats my take on it 🙂

    Many Blessings
    ~Abigail~

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  10. Jacqueline x9472

    Hi Justine,

    Very interesting, Iam concerned about the side effects of these great new sex drugs as well as the long term effects in regards to them.

    No body knows what the long term effects are with these drugs and with the effects to your sexual organs may be.

    Food for thought!
    Blessings and Big Hugs!
    Jacqueline x9472

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  11. Gina Rose ext.9500Gina Rose ext.9500

    Hi Justine,

    Personally speaking, I’d have to say NO WAY !.

    I agree with what Liam posted in an article he wrote a few months back……I’d rather ” get there ” naturally.

    The long term side effects from anti-depressants are not worth the orgasmic high which lasts minutes.

    And I like good sex like anybodyelse , but, I would take a sex clinic or go see a sex therapist first before I would even consider popping anti-depressant pills.

    And I would be choosing to have sex with a partner who was very much into creative play and foreplay as well……

    But…that’s just me. In fact, I wouldn’t ingest that stuff for anything or anybody.

    But this was a very thought provoking article Justine……

    Blessed Be )O(
    Gina Rose ext.9500

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