Has sex taken a back seat in your lives? It is not unusual for a seasoned person’s interest in sex to fluctuate due to hormonal changes, age, and stress. However, low libido can be a problem if it causes stress, affects a person’s overall well-being, or leads to anxiety about their relationship.

For many women, the loss of estrogen and testosterone following menopause can lead to changes in her sexual desire. Menopausal and postmenopausal women may notice that they’re not as easily aroused, and they may be less sensitive to touching and stroking; this can lead to less interest in sex.

In men, low testosterone can lessen or take away their sex drive and produce other symptoms such as loss of hair, a drop in muscle size and strength, and erectile dysfunction.

Well, all is not lost!

There is a variety of natural treatment options available to help increase your desire to want to have sex. There are good healthy eats that can have you and your partner wanting to knock boots in no time!

Asparagus is healthy but get this, they are also high in folate and are responsible for the production of histamine, a chemical which your body releases during orgasm. So you can definitely expect some “have mercy” orgasms!

Celery contains arginine, which is an amino acid that expands blood vessels the way Viagra is supposed to do. Celery has a fragrance that contains two steroids called androsterone and adrostenol. When we chow down on celery, the pheromone of the two natural chemicals travels through our sweat glands and works to attract the opposite sex.

Pumpkin seeds are loaded with zinc, which boosts testosterone. Not only will men benefit from eating these seeds but women too. According to various studies, women with high levels of testosterone have a greater sex drive.

The power of watermelon is in the rind! This summer fave relaxes the blood vessels to improve blood flow to the sex organs, which may enhance arousal. The phytonutrient citrulline, which is responsible for the sexual boost, is mainly in the rind–pickled watermelon anyone?

Garlic contains loads of allicin, an active compound that increases blood flow, making you super sensitive to the touch. It also stimulates blood circulation for powerful erections that will result in long-lasting bedroom sessions.

Pine nuts are an ancient aphrodisiac. These nuts are chockful of zinc, which is needed for testosterone production. Women with the most testosterone have the highest sex drive.

Munching on walnuts, which is a super source of L-arginine, will help improve blood flow for stronger erections.

Kidney beans are also rich in L-arginine, and this supplement is known to boost not only male but female desire as well. It will also aid in the frequency of sex.

Dark chocolate has a high cocoa content, which is rich in phenylethylamine, a compound that stimulates the release of hormones like endorphins and dopamine. These feel-good hormones will help rid you of any sexual inhibitions.

Soy is rich in isoflavones, and these chemicals have the same effect on the female body as estrogen. High levels of the female hormone help to lubricate the vajayjay.

Avocados are rich in vitamin B6 and folic acid, which help increase overall energy. These fruits are also rich in heart-healthy monounsaturated fat, which boosts testosterone production, and this equals sex, sex, and more sex!

Drinking pomegranate juice daily results in increased testosterone levels in women and men, reduced stress levels, and overall better mood.

Chocolate milk, that’s right, the childhood drink we would guzzle down with glee! Chocolate contains phenylethylamine that has effects similar to a chemical produced when a person is in love. It also contains theobromine, which provides a mood-boosting result.

Not only is spinach a great source of magnesium that helps with dilating blood vessels, but it also moves blood flow everywhere in the body, and this increases arousal.

So eat up and get to it!