Sex, Sexual Health Concerns and Sexology – An Insight Into Your Problems and Solutions

Posted on September 18, 2017 in Uncategorized

Do you often find yourself questioning whether or not you’re a normal man or woman? Are there several occasions when you’re forced to doubt your manhood or womanhood, the only reason for which is Sex?

Well, if these are the things happening with you and think they might as well be the reasons of you being in depression, then you need to get educated now. Grab as much information as possible related to sex, sexual health concerns, sex diseases and sexology to find a possible answer to your questions.But before you start searching the internet for all possible bits of information, it’s recommended that you read this article until the end so as to be able to find an answer immediately.

To begin with, let ‘Sexology’ be the thing you want to read about-

Sexology refers to the scientific study of human sexuality and their sexual relationships. The scientific structure of sex and sexuality can be tracked back at least to the classical Greek period of the Western world, and even earlier to that in the Eastern world. Throughout the traces of history, any emphasis in sexological study was intended to focus on the outcomes of sex, rather than the experience of performing it.

However, in the current times, sexology is looked upon as a larger chapter, giving a lot of healthy insight on the things that are included in it. Right from the basics of sexual health to the problems that are associated with it and the related health problems; sexology becomes a huge area to be covered.

More so, sex isn’t just about a few moments of perfect romance or intimacy, rather it has a whole new aspect associated with it, usually the negative – Sexual Health and Sex Diseases.

This chapter of sex, usually the most neglected but also an important one has many facets to it. While most choose to ignore it to a huge extent, there are still a few who choose to talk about it and discuss with a concerned sexologist. Discussing your sex related concerns with a doctor doesn’t necessarily mean there is something definitely wrong with you that demands treatment, but it also doesn’t assure that you’re fit. A specialized sexologist will ask you a few necessary questions, suggest some tests and guide you accordingly. Your association with him and his guidance will have a huge role to play in your personal life.

While there is an alarming growth in the number of people facing one or the other form of sexual illness, there is also a huge amount of growth in those suffering from sexually oriented diseases. So whether you’re of those who’re willing to discuss about your sexual illness or a sexually transmitted disease, the only thing you need to do is get in touch with the right sexologist, preferably the one who’s trained and experienced to provide assistance and medication.

Amongst a huge list of sexual health problems and diseases, the ones that are usually the most talked about include- vaginal dryness, erectile dysfunction, reproductive issues, lack of desire, low libido, ejaculation problems, etc. All these health concerns can cause a major damage to your personal life, triggering depression, loss of intimation and love and can be a probable reason for separation between the partners; and you don’t want something like sex to ruin your lives.

Looking at the problems and the amount of negativity they cause in your life,it is recommended that you get in touch with a sexologist, someone who can look into your personal life and guide you in the best possible manner.

So, now you know – if you’re facing a problem during sex or lack the desire to make it happen, then meet a sexologist before you spoil your relationship with your partner. After all, sexual health, like emotional, mental, and physical health, is one important dimension of overall health.

Sex Addiction – Is It Really a Disease?

Posted on September 17, 2017 in Uncategorized

Perhaps you have heard about sex addiction but don’t know too much about it. People hear about different stereotypes that fit the disease and many assume it’s a made up disease that perverts or overly sexual people use as an excuse for their behavior. But, NO! Sex addiction is a real, recognized medical condition that has only come to light in recent years within the psychological and medical profession.

Another reason many people don’t know much about the disease is because most addicts don’t freely talk about sexual disorders. They are either too embarrassed, uncomfortable or ignorant about the topic to discuss it openly with family, friends, or others. As a result, there are many misconceptions and stereotypes about sex addiction that are completely untrue.

When someone hears the term sex addict… Many different thoughts come… Are they thinking about the person who kidnaps and rapes children, the spouse who has multiple affairs, the person who exposes themselves or peeps in windows… or is the person who views pornography at work, or stays online for hours on end… or is the person who has sex with underage partners… or is the “pervert” in the raincoat with the long beard who lives in the scary house at the end of the street… And the example go on… There are so many misconceptions of the term sex addiction.

The National Council on Sex Addiction and Compulsive defines sexual addiction as the “engaging in persistent and escalating patterns of sexual behavior acted out despite increasing negative consequences to self and others.” Essentially, this means that addicts are so strongly compelled to carry out their addictive behaviors they are willing to risk their:

Health
Relationships
Financial well-being
Employment
Freedom
and in some cases criminal charges.

This disease is much more than someone using it as an excuse for reckless sexual activities. It is a disease, much like alcohol or drug addiction.

In fact, clinicians and researchers have defined the disorder based on criteria used for chemical dependency literature. According to Psych Central, these criteria include the following:

— Frequently engaging in more sex with more partners than intended

— Being preoccupied with or persistently craving sex; wanting to cut down and unsuccessfully attempting to limit sexual activity.

— Thinking of sex to the detriment of other activities or continually engaging in excessive sexual practices despite a desire to stop.

— Spending considerable time in activities related to sex, such as cruising for partners or spending hours online visiting pornographic websites.

— Neglecting obligations such as work, school or family in pursuit of sex.

— Continually engaging in the sexual behavior despite negative consequences, such as broken relationships or potential health risks.

— Escalating scope or frequency of sexual activity to achieve a desired effect, such as more frequent visits to prostitutes or more sex partners.

— Feeling irritable when unable to engage in the desired behavior.

As you can see, all of the criteria focus on repetitive activities that are carried out continually by the sex addict. The nature of the activities also is defined by escalation, which is also typical of any addiction. Professionals feel that if a person engages in three or more of the above criteria for a period of at least six months that they are a suffering from sex addiction.

The American Psychiatric Association has issued its own set of preliminary criteria for what they call “Hypersexual Disorder.” Essentially, it is another term for sexual addiction. The symptoms are similar to the above criteria and can be used by medical professionals to help identify sex addiction in people who are seeking help or are in desperate need of care.

It is important that the level of awareness about sexual addiction increases among the general public because there are myriad people suffering from this disease in silence. If it were better understood, addicts would feel more comfortable to come forward and seek treatment. As it is right now, addicts are often ashamed, embarrassed and afraid of how people would react to their sex addiction.

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Sex Diseases Are Raging, 15 Million Clean US Folks Ruined 2006, Stray A Bit & U Got Possible DEATH

Posted on September 16, 2017 in Uncategorized

I have been writing lots of love vs lust articles lately. I know a lot about this plus there are so many people out there that do not. One thing that is interesting is that 75% of all people 20 and under have had premarital sex. When you get up to age 44 it is 95%.

It is obvious to anyone past 50 that the sexual nature of humanity has changed, with sex being more open and seemingly more dangerous. I really do not think porn helps anyone but the seller. The authors of porn get mega-rich, while opening crevices in minds that should be left closed. I consider porn dangerous and a breeder of sex crimes and unfaithfulness and childhood experimentation.

You have heard that AIDS started with man having sex with the Green Monkey. Well I don’t know but one day a male aircraft attendant gets off the airplane and sets the homosexual community upside down. I mean one guy, wherever he got it , has killed more than a million people with an infected sex organ. Probably millions of people.

Male lust in Africa has no soul. They have intercourse with babies. Anything that is a woman that can take it gets poked by lust crazy men and we cannot stop it. The lust is so strong they just keep it up. AIDS has cost the taxpayer millions and millions of dollars and the horny men keep on keeping on.

Now here is what the US Government says to women to avoid STD’s

“There are steps you can take to keep from getting an STD:

Don’t have sex. The best way to prevent any STD is to practice abstinence, or not having vaginal, oral, or anal sex.

Be faithful. Have a sexual relationship with one partner who has been tested for STDs and is not infected is another way to reduce your chances of getting infected. Be faithful to each other, meaning that you only have sex with each other and no one else.

Use condoms. Protect yourself with a condom EVERY time you have vaginal, anal, or oral sex. Condoms should be used for any type of sex with every partner. For vaginal sex, use a latex male condom or a female polyurethane condom. For anal sex, use a latex male condom. For oral sex, use a dental dam. A dental dam is a rubbery material that can be placed over the anus or the vagina before sexual contact.

Know that some methods of birth control, like birth control pills, shots, implants, or diaphragms, will not protect you from STD. If you use one of these methods, be sure to also use a latex condom or dental dam (used for oral sex) correctly every time you have sex.

Talk with your sex partner(s) about STD and using condoms. It’s up to you to make sure you are protected. Remember, it’s YOUR body! For more information, call the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at (800) 232-4636.

Talk frankly with your doctor or nurse and your sex partner(s) about any STD you or your partner have or had. Try not to be embarrassed.

Have regular pelvic exams. Talk with your doctor about how often you need them. Many tests for STD can be done during an exam. Ask your doctor to test you for STD. The sooner an STD is found, the easier it is to treat.

For More Information . . .
You can find out more about STD by contacting the National Women’s Health Information Center 800-994-9662″

My advice is “Know Your Man”. If you are going to start a sexual relationship, don’t start it on the sofa or in the car. Both of you go get tested. If he says he is a virgin, make him do it anyway. Then stay with him until the next guy and get tested again. No one is going to pay attention to me however unless you see some photo’s of venereal disease effects and then maybe it will stick with you.

If you take a few minutes to get on the web and check out STD’s you might pay attention. The photo’s will make you sick.

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