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Failure to adequately adapt to the demands of these different stages could result in libidinal energy becoming 'dammed up' or fixated in these stages, producing certain pathological character traits in adulthood.Thus the psychopathologized individual for Freud was an immature individual, and the goal of psychoanalysis was to bring these fixations to conscious awareness so that the libido energy would be freed up and available for conscious use in some sort of constructive sublimation.Other causes include experience of sexual abuse, assault, trauma, or neglect, body image issues, and anxiety about engaging in sexual activity.Physical factors that can affect libido include endocrine issues such as hypothyroidism, the effect of certain prescription medications (for example flutamide), and the attractiveness and biological fitness of one's partner, among various other lifestyle factors.

Freud pointed out that these libidinal drives can conflict with the conventions of civilised behavior, represented in the psyche by the superego.These factors can include lack of privacy or intimacy, stress or fatigue (medical), distraction or depression.Environmental stress, such as prolonged exposure to elevated sound levels or bright light, can also affect libido.Although some specialists disagree with this theory, menopause is still considered by the majority a factor that can cause decreased sex desire in women.The levels of estrogen decrease at menopause and this usually causes a lower interest in sex and vaginal dryness which makes intercourse painful.However, the levels of testosterone increase at menopause and this may be why some women may experience a contrary effect of an increased libido.

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