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Low sex drive or low libido is a very common sexual dysfunction affecting both men and women. There is no standard sex drive as everyone’s libido is different. But, if your low sex drive is causing stress, anxiety, and affecting your relationship, then it is best you consult your doctor. It can be caused due to stress, depression, relationship or work issues, or due to low levels of hormones. The most important thing is to find the cause of your reduced libido. It can result from low testosterone levels, medicines (antipsychotics, antiepileptic, antihypertensive drugs), diabetes, heart disease, cancer, underactive thyroid, major surgeries, too much exercise, sleep deprivation, alcoholism, drug abuse, depression, and stress. It can be treated by improving your diet, sleeping properly, testosterone replacement therapy, counseling, and stress reduction.