Low Sexual Desire

Low Sexual Desire is a common concern many individuals face in romantic relationships. We can address this issue and improve your overall sexual well-being.

Revive Passion and Low Sexual Desire in Naples, Florida

Are you feeling disconnected from your sexuality? Do you find yourself lacking interest in intimate moments with your partner? If so, you’re not alone. Low sexual desire is a common issue that many individuals face, but it doesn’t have to be a permanent state.

In Naples, there is hope for those struggling with low sexual desire. I am Dr. Andrea Frostino; I specialize in psychosexual education for individuals and couples seeking to reconnect with their sexuality. Through a personalized approach, my sessions aim to uncover the underlying causes of your low sexual desire. Together, we’ll explore past traumas, relationship dynamics, and mental or physical health concerns that may impact your sexuality.

My goal is to empower you with the tools and skills necessary to reignite your passion and enjoy a fulfilling sex life. Whether you’re dealing with boredom, anxiety, health/medical, or stress-related dysfunction, I’m here to help.

Causes of Low Sexual Desire

  • Hormonal changes: fluctuations or hormonal imbalances, such as testosterone or estrogen, can impact sexual desire.
  • Stress and anxiety: high stress or anxiety levels can lead to decreased libido.
  • Relationship issues: difficulties in a relationship, such as conflict or poor communication, can cause a loss of sexual desire.
  • Depression: depression can cause various symptoms, including a decreased sex drive.
  • Medications: certain medications, such as antidepressants or blood pressure drugs, can reduce libido as a side effect.
  • Health conditions: chronic illnesses, such as diabetes or heart disease, can impact sexual function and desire.
  • Aging: as people age, their sex drive can naturally decrease due to changes in hormone levels and physical health.
  • Substance abuse: excessive use of drugs or alcohol can impair sexual function and desire.
  • Lack of sleep: fatigue and exhaustion can lead to a lack of interest in sexual activity.
  • Trauma: past trauma or abuse can affect sexual desire and function

How Some People Navigate Low Sexual Desire


The Sexologist may provide information about the sexual response cycle, sexual anatomy, and other relevant topics to help the individual better understand their sexuality and potential barriers to sexual desire.

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

CBT is a type of therapy that aims to identify and change negative thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. In the case of low sexual desire, CBT may involve identifying and challenging negative thoughts or beliefs about sex and developing new, positive associations with sexual activity.

Couples Therapy

If relationship issues contribute to low sexual desire, couples therapy can help address those issues and improve communication and intimacy within the relationship.


Mindfulness techniques, such as meditation or deep breathing, can help individuals focus on the present moment and reduce stress and anxiety, improving sexual desire

Hormone Therapy

If a hormonal imbalance causes low sexual desire, hormone therapy may be recommended in consultation with a medical professional.

Sensate Focus Therapy

This type of therapy involves gradually increasing physical touch and intimacy between partners in a structured way to increase comfort and desire.

Frequently Asked Questions

Infidelity therapy is a form of counseling or psychotherapy that aims to help couples overcome infidelity’s emotional and psychological impact on their relationship.

Infidelity therapy typically involves working with a therapist to explore the underlying issues that led to the infidelity, developing strategies to rebuild trust and intimacy, and learning effective communication skills to improve the relationship moving forward.

 Infidelity therapy can be helpful for couples who have experienced infidelity in their relationship, whether it was a one-time occurrence or an ongoing pattern of behavior.

Common techniques used in infidelity therapy include cognitive-behavioral therapy, emotion-focused therapy, and Gottman Method Couples Therapy, which focuses on building a strong foundation of friendship, intimacy, and shared meaning.

The length of infidelity therapy can vary depending on each couple’s specific needs and goals, but it typically involves a series of weekly or biweekly sessions over several months.

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Are you struggling with intimacy and communication in your relationship? Dr. Andrea Frostino is here to help you strengthen your marriage and rediscover the passion that brought you together. With over 26 years of experience as a Sexologist, I have helped countless clients overcome their struggles and improve their relationships.

My techniques have successfully addressed infidelity, sexual dysfunction, infertility, pregnancy loss, and sexual compulsions. My sessions are tailored to each individual’s needs, providing personalized solutions for complex problems. Don’t wait any longer to start improving your relationship. Book an appointment today at 239-287-8570 and take the first step towards a happier and healthier sex life and relationship!

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