Ultimate Orgasm Libido Boosters

There are common challenges that get in the way of a satisfying sex life. And you’re not alone if you feel your sex drive isn’t what it used to be. To change that, Dr. Oz prescribes the all-natural foods and supplements guaranteed to spice up your love life, turn up the heat in the bedroom, and increase the fun for all.

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Orgasms are anything but simple. They require a complex dance of physical stimulation and reaction. When every link in the chain does its job, you experience a satisfying torrent of sensation. But, as our bodies age, the chances that one of those steps will be skipped increases, making an already elusive goal of achieving orgasm that much harder. And that’s if you even get that far – battling a diminished libido is often an additional, if not primary, challenge.

And there’s nothing to be ashamed about: 40% of women will experience a decline in libido. Well before women hit menopause, their bodies begin to make changes that affect hormone levels. The ovaries, which are the source of 50% of our testosterone, become less active, decreasing the production of the sex hormone that is key to our libido. As estrogen decreases, so does testosterone. It’s this decline in testosterone that’s really responsible for a reduced sex drive.

However, there is some good news. The path to greater sexual satisfaction could begin with what you eat, resulting in the right balance of hormones and conditions that’ll get you closer to your goal of sexual satisfaction and improved intimacy.

 

All-Natural Libido Boosters

Pumpkin seeds contain zinc, the ultimate sex mineral. Studies show that women with a greater sex drive have higher levels of testosterone. To increase your testosterone, add zinc to your diet. Zinc blocks the enzyme that converts testosterone to estrogen. A quarter-cup serving of pumpkin seeds may do the trick.