Studies have shown men are less likely than women to eat their vegetables. They’re also less likely to take supplements. And when health issues arise, they are more reluctant to get them checked out by a professional. Yet both groups have the same end-goal in mind: we all want to be well, and to live long, healthy lives. So why the differences in behavior?
After menopause, many women are eager to embrace a new lifestyle that includes enhancing or rekindling sexual feelings for their partners. But turning 50 often comes with a list of excuses for avoiding passion and intimacy. Too tired. Too busy. No desire.
If you’re concerned about sex drive, here are three herbs that might help bring your desires out of retirement.
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