Solution To 'why': Add Something To Their Food To Raise Their Libido?I have been thinking over this. I know we supposed to get past the 'WHY?'. But in cases where 'everything is okay except the sex' the WHY can simply be due to hormonal changes - menopause for women and andropause for men. The problem is the refuser may not link his / her lack of libido to these hormonal changes because there are no obvious symptoms.
My husband who is much older than me, has diabetes and suffers from ed. I asked him WHY he sometimes reject me? And he said
honestly 'Because I do not want to let you down, further more I have very low sexual drive due to my age'
He did went to the doctor, they gave him the blue pills and told him to go home.
I spent a whole year overhauling his diet to a low GL diet (no processed food or vegetable oil, lots of fish, vegetables and fruits) , spend hours researching food online, hoping that by controlling his blood sugar level, the ed will reverse naturally. I realised now that I have been focusing on the wrong thing, when the problem all along has been 'low testosterone' .
1) Vitamin D (D3)
2) Cod liver oil (Vitamin A & D)
3) Zinc (can get these in mutivitamins)
4) Nuts (Selenium)
5) Real butter (such as organic Yeo Valley butter with 80% fat)
My husband took a Vitamin D3 supplement (1000 iu) and he has an instant reaction a few hours later and the next morning, which enable him to perform normally. Whether this new regime will work out, only time can tell, its early day yet but it does seem promising.
What I am going to suggest is this: Why don't we find practical solutions to raise their libido ie testosterone naturally and just add these supplements to their food? If this does not work, then fair enough, proceed to planning the exit strategy.
I'm going to hide under the bed now, I expect a lot of arrows coming in my direction.