There are a lot of reasons why men avoid their wives at night in bed, these reasons ranges from issues with the man to issues with the wives, but i have good news for you; i have listed 18 reasons why men avoid their wives in bed at night. Start Reading from HERE
11. Hormonal levels
The most important physiological stimulant of sexual desire is testosterone. Many men are mistakenly sent to have a blood test for total testosterone when low libido is the issue. While that information might be interesting to know to have a full picture of a man’s hormonal levels, knowing the free testosterone level is much more relevant to how much sex he desires. Also, too much prolactin and SHBG (sex hormone binding globulin) can suppress sexual desire. So when a hormonal reason is suspected, these are the blood tests to have (in order of importance): free testosterone, prolactin, SHBG, and total testosterone.
12. Identity issues
When men feel uncertain about their role in the world, their desire for sex can dwindle. Depression may be linked to this, but isn’t always. Identity issues can crop up when: he has issues at work or is out of work, faces the death of an important family member, becomes disheartened about a formerly held strong belief, and questions his understanding of his own sexual orientation — to name a few.
13. Turn-off to aspects of the sex
Some men will turn away from sex rather than have sex that is not fulfilling to them. Lack of fulfillment can be related to specific things that his partner does during sex or how he experiences his partner’s body. He may feel criticized or treated unfairly. It may just seem like too much “work.” He may have sexual interests that he knows or fears his partner may not share.
14. Unresolved Disagreements
When there are interpersonal difficulties between the members of a couple, many men will avoid sex or just plain refuse their partner’s advances. Some men punish their partner by withholding sex, but for others it’s not a matter of punishment, they just cannot muster sexual feelings when there are unresolved conflicts.
Stress comes in many forms and may stem from: financial difficulties, personal or family member illness, and challenges at work, parenting dilemmas, and issues involving extended family members. Of course, there are many more sources of stress.
16. Masturbation that replaces partnered sex
This is a hot topic since the advent of the Internet. It seems to some researchers in this field that many men who might not have sought out other sources of visual sexual stimulation (magazines, videos, movies) have found their way to locate sexual imagery online. For some couples, this can be a dilemma, particularly when the viewing of the images leads to masturbation that then leads to less partnered sex. Less partnered sex feels like a blessing to some, but to others it is a frustrating and disappointing outcome.
17. Fear of intimacy
Some men have relationships with their romantic partner that resembles that of siblings. The contact that they experience in their relationship takes the intimacy level up so high that adding sexual intimacy on top of that feels like an overload. Though it may be difficult to imagine that a person could have too much intimacy, it is the hunch of many sex experts today that this is a very common cause of declining sexual frequency in couples.
18. Difficulties functioning sexually
Men who have erection dysfunction, or believe that they ejaculate too soon or too late will try shying away from sex with their partner. Rather than face what feels like another experience of “failure” in our performance-obsessed culture, these men choose to avoid being sexual at all.