Sleep apnea may be the cause for sexual dysfunction in women , as reported in the Journal of Sexual Health. 80 women diagnosed with sleep apnea were asked questions about their sexuality and they reported sexual difficulties, sexual dysfunction and distress versus a group of 240 healthy women in the same study. The same situation applied to men who sufferred from sleep apnea; they complained about erectile dysfunction.
Almost half of the women in this country suffer from some form of sexual dysfunction, a complex cluster of diseases, symptoms, and syndromes that affect.
By improving your sleep you can boost your sex drive. Discuss with your doctor any sleep-related problems that you may have. Lose weight as it can help with your overall health and fitness level. Pay attention to what you’re consuming generally and especially in the evenings before bedtime.