Women who suffer from high blood pressure or hypertension is a higher risk of sexual dysfunction in the form of a drop in libido, compared with women with normal blood pressure.

Researcher Michael Doumas and colleagues from the University of Athens concluded that after conducting a study of 400 women who perform in an outpatient clinic in Greece.

Doumas found that female sexual dysfunction is more common in those who suffer from hypertension or taking drugs that lower blood pressure high in the long term, compared with women who were not hypertensive.

Besides the length of a person's age and hypertension contribute to reduced sex drive affects them. The older person's age the higher their risk of experiencing sexual dysfunction.

Hypertension occurs when blood pressure exceeds 140/90 mmHg. The main causes of hypertension include diet is too high in salt, as well as hereditary factors

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