Although sagging libido is stereotypically viewed as a female problem, men can suffer from a slow sex drive as well. It is commonly believed that men reach their sexual peak in their teens or twenties, which means it would not be surprising if their libido took a slow but steady decline after that point.
Indeed, a man's testosterone levels (which are connected to his sex drive) do slowly decline starting at around age thirty.
Many people believe that certain foods can help boost a man's libido. For example, the chemicals in celery are rumored to help spark a man's sex drive. Almonds and avocados are also said to have libido-boosting qualities. These foods are all pretty tasty, so why not give it a try and see what happens?
While there are lots of folk remedies — as well as a ton of trendy new products — that claim to boost a man's libido, most of these really don't work. However, there are a few natural ingredients that are considered to be helpful in this area — including ginseng, zinc, and vitamins A, C, and E. It is also a good idea to consult with your doctor to rule out any medical conditions that may be affecting your sex drive.