The Woman had no problem with her libido, only with her lack of discretion. Bodies in motion under a moonlit sky, with a young girl watching, get the hint. Discretion, Woman, discretion! But, I guess when one has the urge, one has to act upon it!
As mentioned in the first article on this subject, a woman’s libido (sex drive) can take a nosedive when she’s stressed, depressed, or menopausal. However, other less-known health issues can cause difficulties with intimacy, such as being a pre-diabetic or diabetic.
The hormone insulin allows blood sugar (glucose) to move from the blood into the muscles and other cells for use as fuel. Type 1 diabetes occurs when the body does not produce enough insulin. Type 2 diabetes develops when cells cannot use insulin properly—often due to excess weight, a high-sugar diet and/or lack of exercise. One consequence of either type of diabetes is reduced blood flow, because blood vessels narrow and harden. Also, a condition called diabetic neuropathy, in which there is damage to nerves, can contribute to sexual dysfunction. (A prediabetes condition called insulin resistance also can interfere with blood flow.)
So, what can one do about dealing with sexual dysfunction? How does nutrition have to do with sexual dysfunction? Well, when it comes to nutrition, one should stabilize one’s blood glucose levels by adopting a low-sugar diet, losing excess weight and exercising regularly.
Recap: Someone, who is experiencing sexual dysfunction, and has diabetes, may improve when he or she adopts a low-sugar diet.
Coming, in the spring of 2014, is my story, “The Birth of Gator Allie.”
In the meantime, check out some more of my cousin’s journal: http://www.weebly.com/weebly/main.php
“See ya later, got to ride my gator,” Gator Allie.