Mindfulness could be the solution to your low sex drive.
All sexual experiences involve mental readiness and awareness, explains clinical psychologist Dr Eve.
Studies show that 43% of women experience sexual difficulties, Dr Eve says.
Canadian sex researcher and clinician Dr Lori Brotto has found that women can cultivate desire through mindfulness.
Dr Eve explains that mindfulness is about being fully present in the moment and being aware of your body.
It's a state of active attention on the present that can be achieved through mediation, yoga, breathwork and other techniques, she says.
Mindfulness means maintaining a live awareness of your thoughts, feelings, bodily sensations, and surroundings.
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When people struggle to be present in their lives, it spills over into not being able to be present in your sexuality.— Dr Eve, clinical psychologist
They struggle through distracted thinking, through irritation and anxiety.— Dr Eve, clinical psychologist
You can become orgasmic, or delay your orgasms, or have an erection and indeed cultivate the desire to want to be sexual because you are stilling your mind.— Dr Eve, clinical psychologist
Mindfulness is mediation. It's stilling your mind through your breathwork.— Dr Eve, clinical psychologist
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