Womens Sexual Health
Anxiety is a feeling of worry, fear or trepidation. Mild, moderate or occasional, short-term severe anxiety is a normal reaction to stress are in daily life. Women experience unique anxieties that arise from the nature of the Female genitals and the role of the Female body in Female development. Experts have analysed the importance of integrating body experiences in the development of psychic structures. A woman’s body and her efforts to integrate it are seen as uniquely feminine.
A sexual problem, or sexual dysfunction, refers to a problem during any phase of the sexual response cycle that prevents the individual or couple from experiencing satisfaction from the sexual activity. The sexual response cycle has four phases: excitement, plateau, orgasm, and resolution.:
Frequently Asked Questions
- Q: Depression and Anxiety
- A: Both depression and anxiety can take away your desire for sex. Medicine or counseling can help with both depression and anxiety disorder.
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- Q: Hormones & Menstrual Cycle – What is this?
- A: Some women find it hard to keep their blood glucose on track the week before and during their menstrual period. Your blood glucose levels may go up and down because of changes in hormone levels.
- Q: Menopause?
- A: Menopause and the years leading up to it when your body gradually produces less estrogen and progesterone.
- Q: Who Is Affected by Sexual Problems?
- A: Both men and women are affected by sexual problems. Sexual problems occur in adults of all ages. Among those commonly affected are those in seniors, which may be related to a decline in health associated with aging..