Libido describes a person's overall sex drive, that is, their desire for sexual activity. A person's libido can be affected by biological, psychological and societal factors in the long term. It can be temporarily influenced by the psychological impacts of life stressors, such as changes in job, relationship or lifestyle. It is perfectly normal for your libido to vary between strong and weak.
Some studies indicate that females typically reach their peak sex drive in their 30s, whereas males often reach it in their late teenage years.