What is the difference between sexual anorexia and Low libido disorders such as ELD.
I’ve coined a phrase in my Libido Diet book called ELD. I call it Environmental Libido Disorder. As I kept seeing the same type of woman day after day in my office I thought- there has to be a physical connection. Here’s the checklist for ELD.
1. Petite (under size 10)
2. Fair skined or fine features
3. Food allergy or sensitivity
4. Gastro intestinal variability
5. Good relationship with nice partners but never feels like having sex.
6. Has been on the birth control pill in the past. Often with difficulties.
7. Between the ages of 25-49 and should be reaching their sexual peak.
8. Often has been on antidepressants in the past.
9. Responds quickly to program of suplements, and hormones.
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ELD is a real, physical disorder and you need trained help RIGHT NOW. It’s only going to get worse.
Now compare this to a discussion of sexual anorexica and how it is defined.
I’ve had a number of couples who aren’t having sex and wondered about the anorexia title. I think may coules have what I call ELD (environmental libiodo disorder). Which is a combination of busy lives, high stress cortisol level, medicatios such as the pill and anti depressants, and inflamed colons that chronically lower their libidos.
Sexual anorexia is different. SA can have some of the following symptoms:
-Staying so busy that you have little time for your spouse
-Rather masturbate than have sex with your partner.
– When issues come up your first reflex or response is to blame your spouse
-Withholding sex from your spouse or not being present during sex
-Unwilling or unable to share your authentic feelings with your spouse
-Using anger or silence to control your spouse-
-Having ongoing or ungrounded criticism (spoken or unspoken)
Controlling or shaming your spouse regarding money or spending