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No taboos: All you need to know about sexual dysfunctions

Impotence, low sex or pain during or after intercourse. If you have ever experienced any of these problems, you may have thought that this is only for the fewest – but you’re wrong: Sexual dysfunctions are much more common than you might think!

But what types of dysfunctions are there? What are the reasons and most importantly, how do you treat them? We have looked for answers to these and many other related issues.



PSYCHIC AND PHYSICAL CAUSES
Many sexual dysfunctions have both physiological and psychological causes – or a combination of both.

MEDICINE AND CIGARETTES
There are several factors that can contribute to a form of the sexual disorder. Substance abuse and smoking are examples of this.

SELF-ESTEEM
Lack of sexual experience or knowledge of one’s own body can also lead to a form of the sexual disorder.

PSYCHIC UNBALANCE
Psychological and emotional problems can affect your performance in bed. So if you are considering over workplace problems or the debt that makes you sleepless at night is harmful to your sexual performance – the answer is yes. These may well be contributing factors.

IMPACT OF DYSFUNCTIONS
Even when the cause of dysfunction is physical, which means that it is associated with a malfunction of the body, this can have emotional consequences that may end up worsening the situation.



FORMS OF DYSFUNCTIONS
In addition to being physically or psychologically, a sexual dysfunction can also be classified as primary or secondary.

PRIMARY SECRET DYSFUNCTION
Primary sexual dysfunction is what occurs and is present at the beginning of one’s sex life.

SECOND SECRET DYSFUNCTION
Secondary sexual dysfunction is, for example, the age, ie with experienced people who have had several conditions but suddenly begin to have problems.

TERRIBLE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTIONS
Let’s look at some of the most important disturbances that can affect a person’s sex life: Here, first, see the female sexual dysfunctions.

REDUCED SEXLYST
Reduced libido is quite common among women. They may experience a reduced or complete absence of sex drive.

WHAT SHOULD BE SEVERED SEXLYST?
This may be due to the use of certain drugs, anxiety, hormonal problems and hormone disorders.

SEXUAL AVERSION
A woman may feel disgusted with any sexual contact because of both physical, psychological and social factors.



IMPLICATIONS FOR SEX LIVES OF THE TRAUMER
Women who have been exposed to abuse may develop this kind of sexual disorder. It can also happen to those who have been strictly raised – they can develop a form of sexual oppression.

INCREASED SEXUAL REMOVAL
This disorder causes reduced vaginal lubrication, production of joint secretion, which makes it difficult to conduct intercourse.

AMENING, TRANSITIONAL EQUIPMENT, AND DOWNLOAD LIBIDO
Breastfeeding and menopause can be factors that contribute to this disorder. Other causes may be chronic disorders such as thyroid or diabetes disease.

DO YOU TURN ON YOUR PARTNER?
In conclusion, do not ignore the psychological factors that can cause this disorder: Have you lost interest in your partner?

ORGASM INTERFERENCE
This dysfunction is quite common among women and can be defined as difficulties in achieving orgasm even during extremes of extreme agitation.

ALCOHOL AND HORMONES – DYSFUNCTIONAL COCKTAIL
Hormonal changes, excessive alcohol consumption, and neurological diseases can be causes that cause this dysfunction.

WHEN SEX HURTS
This occurs when a woman experiences uncontrollable pain in the sex area. Many women associate this type of disorder with the size of their partner’s penis and therefore do not seek treatment, but remember: Sex should be a source of enjoyment.

VAGINISMUS
This is another form of dysfunction that also causes pain during intercourse. When it comes to vaginism, the difference is that the muscles in the vagina pull together and thus impede or prevent penetration.

ACCEPTANCE AND TREATMENT
If you, male or female, experience a form of sexual dysfunction, do not worry. In order to solve the problem, one should not be ashamed and understood that it can happen to everyone. Seek professional advice from a doctor and take the recommended tests to clarify the causes. Sexually transmitted diseases can be treated and overcome.



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