Low libido, often referred to as a decreased sexual desire, is a condition characterized by a reduced interest in sexual activities. This can lead to a lack of motivation and enthusiasm for intimacy, affecting overall sexual satisfaction.

In men, low libido can manifest as a diminished desire for sexual experiences.  Men’s Health Clinics
as your reliable partner. Our specialized men’s clinic offers tailored treatments addressing the root causes of low libido, ensuring a comprehensive approach to men’s health. Trust us to provide personalized care and support to restore your sexual well-being and enhance your quality of life.

Research at men’s health clinics shows that libido is a person’s overall sexual drive or desire for sexual activity. Biologically the sexual hormones and associated neurotransmitters that act upon the nucleus accumbens regulate libido
levels in human beings.


Causes Of Low Libido

Low Testosterone

Testosterone is an important male hormone. In men, it’s mostly produced in the testicles. Testosterone is responsible for building muscles and bone mass, and for stimulating sperm production. One’s testosterone levels also factor into
one’s sex drive, When one’s testosterone levels decrease, one’s desire for sex also decreases.

Sleep Loss

Sleep loss is another common libido killer. This is not only in old men, but even young men who spends long hours onto their jobs, hence their libido tends to decrease. Another problem would be obstructive sleep apnea. This condition
interrupts your breathing throughout the night, making it difficult to settle into a deep, restful sleep. This result in daylight fatigue that can dampen your sex drive.


Medication 

Some medication given to treat health issues such as anxiety, depression, blood pressure, diabetes, cancer frequently contribute largely to low libido. Most antidepressants, antipsychotics and psychiatric medications broadly
can have a negative impact on libido.

Stress

Stress being a feeling of emotional or physical tension, Men’s health clinics sexual health consultants take it upon themselves to understand and individually customise every consultation independently following the nature of
the community we serve.


Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS)

Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is the uncontrollable urge to move your legs. A study has found that men with RLS are at a higher risk of developing erectile dysfunction (ED) than those without RLS. ED occurs
when a man can’t have or maintain an erection.

Researchers discovered that men who have RLS occurrences at least five times per month are about 50 per cent more likely to develop ED than men without RLS.


Also, men who had RLS episodes more frequently were even more likely to become impotent this notion alone should prompt one to contact us

Contact Men’s Health Clinics on the official contact number: 
+27 81 823 1313

Email: info@menshealthclinics.co.za

Walk-ins are gladly accepted at: 132 Fox Street, Marshalltown, Johannesburg, 2107, South Africa.