We’ve hashed this over many times before, I know, but I feel that it’s important to talk about because both men and women sometimes think that women can be treated for low sexual desire by addressing the sexual organ’s response itself.
This is all the while that the brain issues are not addressed adequately, or any emotional issues going on behind that scenes that are causing a lack of sexual arousal in their lives, which doesn’t provide for a comprehensive or lasting solution for sexual arousal.
Female sexual enhancement products often address things like blood flow to the genital area. And while this helps women immensely like it does for men, there are also several natural chemicals that can be useful for helping to “calm” the brain and release the chemicals that are not only responsible for pleasure, but are also responsible for sexual desire.
If you are a woman, then you know it’s much easier to become sexually aroused when you are feeling mellow and content than it is when you are stressed out, angry or depressed or anxious about something.
It really doesn’t help when you are resenting your partner or are harboring feelings of anger toward them. All of these feelings can be helped by not only talking them out honestly with your partner, but also by taking female sexual enhancement supplements that address the problem of low libido in women comprehensively, not just topically.
Both women and men often think that it’s a little easier than it actually is to successfully fix a woman’s low sexual desire. But HSDD (hypoactive sexual desire disorder) can often be a lot more complicated and therefore more frustrating than just going about the “usual” methods of treatment.
For this reason, there have been numerous attempts at creating a female Viagra type of sexual disorder pill that women with persistent issues can take.
The latest attempt at a “female Viagra” though, has failed. The drug flibanserin, while it looked promising in preliminary trials, was not approved by the FDA because the evidence that it helped enough with female libido was not compelling enough to outweigh the potential side effects.