If you had to the store you’ll notice shelves filled with male libido supplements. However, you will not notice many female libido medications or supplements. Women are just as likely to suffer lower sexual libido as men are. Women suffer lower libido due to stress, sudden loss or gain of weight, menopause and depression. While there are many medications and hormonal replacements that women can try many women prefer to use natural vitamins and supplements. Here’s a look at some of the natural vitamins and supplements that women can try to increase their libido.
Vitamin A. Vitamin A produces estrogen in the body is an essential component in helping the body produce that estrogen. Women who are low in estrogen are often low and vitamin A. this means that the body does not have enough estrogen and women will often have difficulties feeling aroused. Vitamin A can be taken in multivitamin supplements or by increasing your intake of foods such as beef or chicken, cheese and milk.
Vitamin B2. Vitamin B2 is responsible for helping the body processed fats and proteins. When these fats and proteins are processed it helps the body with the natural lubrication. Many women will often feel a decrease in their sexual arousal due to feeling a dryness internally and externally of their female genitalia. This dryness can often lead to physical pain or discomfort during sex. Vitamin B2 can be supplemented through vitamin or by increasing the amount of lean meats and dairy products that a person intakes.
Vitamin B-6. Vitamin B6 is involved in the production of estrogen and allowing it to get into a woman’s bloodstream. When estrogen slows sexual desire and arousal, having the proper level of vitamin B6 allows a woman’s body to produce an adequate amount of estrogen which can help with sexual libido. Vitamin B6 also helps women reduce premenstrual pain, mood swings or bloating. Vitamin B6 can be achieved through multivitamin or supplement.