Recently, American psychotherapists have confirmed this viewpoint through scientific research results on the "Natural Neuroscience" website: Women's appetite disorders can directly affect their sexual desire, and even sexual ability.
As the old saying goes, food and sex are also important. People usually associate changes in diet with strong or weak libido, as eating disorders often lead to abnormal libido. Recently, American psychotherapists have confirmed this viewpoint through scientific research results on the "Natural Neuroscience" website: Women's appetite disorders can directly affect their sexual desire, and even sexual ability.
This survey tracked the sexual life status of 1000 couples and found that more than 20% of the women had experienced eating disorders or were in a state of eating disorder, with the vast majority suffering from binge eating and a few experiencing anorexia. During this period, not only did they generally experience emotional instability, but their sexual life also experienced disharmony.
Expert analysis has pointed out that in many psychological cases, women often rely on binge eating to solve problems when experiencing psychological pain or excessive pressure, resulting in physical obesity, which in turn leads to women losing their competitive advantage in the field of gender marriage and romance, bringing greater psychological pressure to women. Usually, they gradually avoid contact with men, are unwilling to establish intimate relationships with them, and even consciously avoid sexual activity. If their sexual desire is not satisfied, they will rely on their diet for comfort, forming a vicious cycle.
Women with anorexia may experience physiological maladaptive reactions, including pain during sexual intercourse, vaginal convulsions, lower body dryness, and difficulty reaching orgasm. At the same time, these women often appear conflicted and less happy in their marital life.
Experts believe that eating disorders are associated with sexual repression and are a common problem for women around the age of 30. Women at this age not only face high work and social pressure, but also have an increasing negative attitude towards their body shape and sex. Choosing a way to eat to relieve stress not only fails to solve the fundamental problem, but also exacerbates their psychological disorders.
Therefore, when eating disorders occur, women should stabilize their emotions, affirm normal sexual desire, and maintain normal appetite. At the same time, it is necessary to undergo psychological adjustment and exercise, carefully experience the care of your husband, and avoid unfounded suspicion in order to maintain a healthy sexual life. If necessary, appropriate masturbation can also be used to relieve stress.