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libido in Psychology, psychiatry topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlibidoli‧bi‧do /lɪˈbiːdəʊ $ -doʊ/ noun (plural libidos) [countable, uncountable]  technicalMP someone’s desire to have sex syn sex drivelibidinous /lɪˈbɪdɪnəs/ adjective
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libidoIt doesn't take some one with a libido stuck in overdrive to imagine the line of raunchy clothes the company might design.They are eager to try anything they hear will boost their immune system, vitality and libido.This is probably a result of evolutionary selection, and seems deeply wired into the human libido.Men, too, can experience an increase in libido once the pressures of work have ceased.Both cheeks and my libido are stinging...Problems start when your partner doesn't share your level of libido.Drinking too much often results in a loss of libido.Discovering the reason for the temporary loss of libido and keeping the whole problem in perspective will help.Most doctors agree that a suppressed libido is often associated with emotional and psychological problems.The libido building its own organisation.