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The exact reasons for the disappearance of this desire (and the mechanism of its appearance, for starters) remain not entirely clear to scientists, although it is known that the brain's reinfor

Ben Davis

Region : World | Language : English | Product Binding : Paper Back | Page No. : 234 | Year : 2020

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According to one theory, disorders with decreased sexual desire result from an inability to switch off the frontal lobes of the brain, which are responsible for performing everyday tasks (for example, deciding about work or remembering to send a postcard) As a result, the reinforcement center responsible for motivation and pleasure ceases to function normally.

Flibanserin is one of the leaders in this race so far. It was originally developed as an antidepressant, but it turned out that it does not have much effect on a person's mood. But the women involved in the clinical trials unexpectedly began to report a curious side effect: they became more interested in sex

Flibanserin seems to work by regulating the balance of signaling molecules (neurotransmitters), namely dopamine, noradrenaline and serotonin, in the right brain structures. "We believe that it either normalizes the biochemical balance or compensates for the lack of certain substances, sort of debugging the whole system.



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