Problems In The Bedroom: Sexual Desire Disorders

Posted by Frank Gillespie MA


They say one shouldn’t talk about sex, but do it. But not everyone can, wants to, or enjoys doing it. In this case it is worth to talk about it. Our article series reveal the most common sexual problems and present how sex therapy works.

Sex is a very complex activity in which we participate with our whole being, both on physical, mental, emotional and intellectual level. This is why it is difficult to give a clear definition of sexual dysfunction.

Sexuality is very unique, very personal and private where a lot of things can fit into the limits of normality. Therefore...

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Problems In The Bedroom: Sexual Arousal Disorder

Posted by Frank Gillespie MA


Experts divide sexual dysfunctions into four groups: sexual desire disorder, sexual arousal disorder, orgasmic disorder, and sexual pain disorders. The second part of the four-part series deals with sexual arousal disorders.

Sexual excitement occurs on several levels. In men, a clear sign of excitement is the erection of the penis, while the elevation of the testicles is less visible. In women, signs of excitement include swelling of the external genitalia and breasts, the vagina gets wet, and the erection of the clitoris. The heart rate accelerates, the face gets red, blood pressure increases and the sweat gland function increases. The focus...

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