One of the biggest differences between you and your husband is that he experiences sex as a legitimate physical need. Just as your body tells you when you are hungry, thirsty, or tired, your husband’s body tells him when he is a sexual release.
Immediately after sexual release, men are physically satisfied. But their sexual clock ticks on, more frequent sexual thoughts and awakened easily. The physical need to intensify sexual release as sperm builds in the testicles. The body continues to and storage of sperm cells, sperm production although fluctuates based on levels of testosterone and the frequency of sexual discharge.
A woman sexual desire is much more related to the emotions than her husband’s sex drive. A man can experience sexual arousal separately from any emotional attachment. He can look at a naked woman and feel intense physical desire for her, while at the same time he dedicated to and in love with his wife.
Although physical needs can be compartmentalized to sex in the life of a man, his sexual behavior still has implications for every other part of his life. Many women make the assumption that because sex is a physical need for their husbands, it is not an emotional or relational impact. A male sexuality has a huge impact on his emotional, marital and mental wellbeing.