Having regular sex has been proven to have hundreds of beneficial side effects. It can help lower your blood pressure, relieve you of stress, and even reduce the risk of certain types of cancer. Then there are all of the magical perks of the orgasm, like the incredible amounts of happy hormones that go surging through your body when you have one, and the general sense of wellbeing that comes after one. So, you don’t want something like low sex drive getting in the way of all of that. Even if you believe none of those points apply to you (but, they do) you still cannot deny the fact that sex is a crucial part of feeling close to your partner. If you and your partner are living together and sleeping together but you’re not sleeping together, haven’t you just become roommates? Don’t ignore a low sex drive—it’s often a symptom of a deeper issue that you should look into. We already dove into the causes of low libido in men so here are the top causes of a low sex drive in women and how to treat them.