Low libido due to stress can be frustrating to you and your spouse over time.

You want to have a libido that is ready to go and yet the stress you endure has impacted you.

This may be a phase or it may be going more prevalent due to work demands, family or other issues that you face.

Stress has a direct impact on you libido because there is an increase in hormones such as cortisol and epinephrine (adrenaline).

The increase of these in your body can also interfere with the hormones involved in your sexual libido.

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa share how stress has impacted their libido over the years. Even though this has been the case there are ways that they have continued to make their sexual intimacy a priority during these times.

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