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One of my committee members is only a year older than me and will go up for tenure next year. She has a 2 month old baby and is looking at houses with her husband, also an academic. We live in an incredibly expensive city, as I mentioned before. A friend took a TT job in a mid-sized city two years ago and had a baby last year. Neither she nor her husband make a fortune, but they bought a house and have their kid. Somehow dual-income families in much lower wage brackets manage to have kids all the time; it only seems to be academics who require certain salaries to deal with the sacrifices of child rearing.
But that’s not all; Arnav goes on to explain how medication can have an effect on your libido: “Similarly, excess medication too can have a negative impact on your sex life. Many medicines for various diseases have been found to be harmful for one’s sex life. The point is that if you live on medicines, then you are not healthy!
Yes, in some cases medicines are important, but unfortunately we have also become the “pop a pill” for anything society, where we ignore the root cause of a disease and just jump to a temporary relief in the form of medication. For ., if someone has high BP, then they should try to reduce the stress in their lives, even if that means that they have to skip their 4 hours of . a night to get an extra couple of hours of sleep, or meditating and/or exercising 30 minutes a day rather than dwell on stressful thoughts. Doing this might not remove the need for medicines entirely, but will at least reduce the dependence on it, and thus help you maintain a healthier libido.” ( Via )