Conversely, your partner could be objectively amazing in bed, but you feel very stuck in your head when you're in bed with them. This could be because of persistent anxiety and insecurity around your body or sexual prowess (even if they tell you you're great).
"Psychological causes such as low self-esteem, poor body image, negative sexual experiences, or a history of abuse can be missed as causes of lowered sex drive," says Hall. It's worth exploring if this has always been a trend in your sex life.
If, however, this is a new thing, it could be something deeper, like your partner making you feel bad in or out of the bedroom to the point where your mind just isn't into boning them as much anymore.
"We all want, need, and deserve to feel loved and desired by our partners," says Hall. "If something your partner says or does is hurting your feelings or diminishing your self-esteem, it is likely to hinder your sex drive."
Try: Speaking to a therapist or licensed professional as well as confiding in a close friend or family member. If you suspect you're in an abusive relationship, consider reaching out to a text line like this.