There is a common misconception that men are ever-ready for sex. Well, that isn’t the case most times. So, if your bedroom eyes and seduction techniques aren’t working, here are some reasons why.
Depression is one of the biggest killers of sex drive. This mood disorder affects men across all ages. From teenagers to middle aged men to elderly men, depression can leave him struggling.
A man who experiences these difficulties may withdraw from his partner for fear that she’ll be disappointed or think that he’s less of her man. However, the best way to solve this problem is by talking it out.
Low testosterone levels
Men have lower testosterone levels after the age of 40. Over time, this results in loss of sexual prowess and may lead to disinterest. This condition is referred to as andropause and has symptoms like loss of energy, depressive symptoms and low sex drive.
Many men equate professional success with self worth. If stress from work life interferes with his personal life, then this can hamper his performance in bed which may cause him to reject sex more often.
Exhaustion can be a major reason why men say no to sex. Sometimes, when he says no at night, many women consider it to be lack of interest. But the possibility that he just may be tired is never considered.
You’re moving too fast
Sometimes, the problem may be you. You should consider whether you have taken things at a comfortable pace without rushing into anything that may cause him uneasiness.
Usually, a distraction can cause your man to show lesser interest in sex. Television, mobile phones, computers, children, pets and parties are some usual distractions that can hold him up till he is tired and sleepy, and would make him want the bed more than you.
Many times, women magnify petty issues and get emotionally distressed. It is important to consider these possibilities before you jump to conclusions that can hamper your relationship.