Women's Health

Great Sex Is All in Your Head

If it sometimes takes nothing short of a half-naked Hemsworth brother to make you want to wrinkle up the sheets—and even then, a full night’s sleep sounds more appealing—you’re not alone. One in three women loses her sex drive at some point in her life, studies show. And we don’t mean menopause. Sure, major tragedies, hormonal changes, and new meds can mess with your mojo, but there’s a common reason almost all of us can relate to: Our minds are getting in the

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