Men tend to take poor sexual performance pretty badly – they can convince themselves that they are the only one suffering from it, and that they might never get over it. The truth, of course, is far from it. Over one in every ten men tend to experience some sort of issue with their sexual performance or drive at some point in their life. The issue tends to be short-lived and easily curable, but for many men, it might seem like the end of the world to admit there is something wrong with them and their lower half. Admittance is the first step to cure, so here are some important things to understand about this particular type of issue:Before you look into male fertility supplements and the like, it is important to understand how exactly you can lose your libido.
There are different underlying causes, and many of these won’t be resolved with a fertility drug. For starters, issues can be largely divided into two camps – the physical reasons, and the psychological reasons. In other words, your low sex drive is either linked to an issue in your body or in your mind, or quite often, both of these. Age is the most common physical reason you will hear behind poor sexual performance, and this type of issue is linked to a drop in testosterone levels (as well as deteriorating physical abilities). Low levels of testosterone are indeed cured by fertility tablets, but you should not make the mistake of thinking that this is only an issue for the older generation.
In fact, there are plenty of healthy young men naturally producing low levels of testosterone. Likewise, there are other physical reasons such as changes in your hormonal balance, and these are largely caused by medications (the most famous of which are anti-depressants and medications for blood pressure). A sedentary lifestyle and a lack of exercise, as well as poor sleeping habits and dietary habits also all play a factor in decreasing your sex drive.On the other hand, taking into account psychological factors, the most common causes you will hear about are depression and stress. Both can take an exceptional toll on your sex drive: depression can make you lose interest in just about everything, and sex is no exception here. On the other hand, stress has been continuously shown to negatively affect so many bodily functions that its status as a negative impact on sex should not really come as a surprise. Besides these, do not forget that actual obstacles in your love life (and elsewhere as well) can also play a role in poor performance. For example, if you are not getting along well with your partner, your desire to be intimate with them might obviously dwindle.