Low Libido

Have you been struggling with low libido? Everyone’s libido is different, and through phases of life, it’s completely normal to experience varying libido. However, if your libido is consistently low, it may indicate an underlying health condition.

At New You Health and Wellness, our therapists are experts at holistically treating all forms of sexual dysfunction. We can help you understand what is causing your low libido and formulate a customized plan to help get you back on track.

What causes low libido?

Both men and women can experience low libido. According to Mayo Clinic, a few causes of low libido in men include:

Physical Issues

Weight gain, diabetes, hypertension, and high cholesterol can all have an impact on male erections. They can also cause low energy and a negative self-image, resulting in a significant loss of libido. This can often be remedied through diet, exercise, and addressing underlying hormone issues such as low T. Low testosterone can be addressed without taking testosterone.


Many antidepressant medications used to treat anxiety and depression, such as Prozac, Zoloft, and Lexapro, have been shown to reduce libido in men and, in some cases, to delay orgasm. While some men experience no side effects, others may experience significant issues and should consult their medication’s prescriber. At New You Health and Wellness we can work with you while you are on medications or not to address low libido.

Low libido in women, on the other hand, can be caused by:

Menopause and birth control

Many oral contraceptive pills have been linked to decreased libido. Menopause brings a slew of other issues, but the fluctuation/decrease in hormones during this stage of life can significantly impact libido.


This condition describes chronic pain or discomfort around the vulva, which can lead to lower sex drive.

How can I treat my low libido?

At New You Health and Wellness, our therapists are experts at treating the underlying pain and dysfunction that may be causing your low libido. We offer pelvic floor physical therapy to both men and women as well as functional medicine programs to assess underlying causes and address them. When you first visit our Wauwatosa, WI clinic, we will perform a thorough evaluation to assess what may be contributing to the low libido.

We rely on holistic methods to treat sexual pain and dysfunction and each program is personalized to your specific needs.

Are you ready to reclaim your sexual health? Contact New You Health and Wellness to get started.

Your Next Steps…

  1. Request An Appointment

  2. Receive A Custom Treatment Plan

  3. Work Hard and Progress In Your Recovery

  4. Recover & Enjoy Life Pain-Free!