What is Sexual dysfunction?
Sexual dysfunction can manifest itself at any point in the sexual response cycle. It keeps you from getting pleasure out of sexual activities.
Excitement, plateau, climax, and resolution are the typical stages of the sexual response cycle. The excitement phase of the sexual response includes both desire and arousal. It’s crucial to note that women do not always progress through these stages in the same sequence.
Although evidence indicates that sexual dysfunction is prevalent, many people avoid discussing it. However, while there are treatment alternatives, you should consult your concerns with your spouse and healthcare practitioner.
What are some of the many forms of sexual dysfunction?
In general, there are four types of sexual dysfunction:
How can you know if you're having a sexual problem?
What factors contribute to sexual dysfunction?
Sexual dysfunction can be caused by various physical and/or medical issues. Diabetes, heart and vascular (blood vessel) illness, neurological problems, hormonal imbalances, chronic diseases including kidney or liver failure, alcoholism and drug misuse are all examples. Furthermore, several medicines, especially antidepressants, have adverse effects that might impact sexual performance.
Work-related stress and worry, anxieties about sexual performance, marriage or relationship troubles, depression, feelings of guilt, body image concerns, and the impact of a previous sexual trauma are all psychological factors.
What are the options for treating sexual dysfunction?
Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
Psychosexual therapy and counselling
Medication for other ailments might occasionally have negative effects that influence your sexual function. Changing your prescription may help, and men with erectile dysfunction may benefit from medications like Viagra, Cialis, Levitra, and Staxyn, which improve blood flow to the penis and can be taken after consultation with the doctor.
How to Book Online Counseling Session?
We provide many sorts of therapy, including Sexual Dysfunction counseling, at The Buddy. We have skilled and experienced RCI Registered Therapists on staff. Please visit at www.thebuddy.co to make a reservation for the session.