Most individuals require a happy state of mind to have a healthy sex drive. Stress, anger, resentment at your partner often derails a healthy sexual relationship. Being proactive about managing your stress, talking about your feelings with your partner or sometimes even a therapist may be key to getting your sex life back on track.
Energy or the lack of it is also often the most common reason why people are put off sex. This usually comes about as a result of reduced hours of sleep, stress from family and work life, poor diet and lack of exercise, frequent travel and less often from hormonal changes. Practice good work and sleep hygiene, having downtime from your electronic gadgets. Finding time to meditate or exercise is also vital to improving your sex life. Manage your schedule such that you get to spend enough time with your partner. A healthy sex life is part of a healthy, happy, engaged relationship.