HSDD LIbido Loss Women Show Reduced Blood Flow in Brain's Emotive Zone

RoseTracker| A small study of 26 women, 19 women identified as suffering from HSDD, or loss of libido, reflected diminished blood flow in an area of the brain typically responsive to erotic images. A counter group of 7 women with no HSDD did show brain scan-detected increased circulation as expected.

Researchers are quick to argue that no one should now suggest that HSDD begins in the brain. The women weren’t screened for depression or other diseases like obesity that could impact blood flow in the brain. Nevertheless, the results confirm that most likely HSDD isn’t the figment of a woman’s imagination or bad attitude, but rather a medical condition now verified by new technology. Read on in Health.