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Are you looking for professional hypnotherapists in Newcastle for help with sexual problems? Quays Clinic can help you. Hypnotist Ian Smith is an Internationally respected therapist who has helped many of his clients to eliminate sexual health issues.
Sexual dysfunction or sexual malfunction, they are all the same. A sexual problem is defined as having difficulty through any stage of sexual activity including desire, arousal or orgasm. This can be experienced by an individual or a couple. In order to diagnose sexual problems, a thorough general health assessment and sexual history evaluation needs to be completed. Most sexual problems fall under the categories of sexual desire disorders and sexual arousal disorders.
Low sexual desire is also known as inhibited sexual desire. It is defined as a low or no sexual interest. A person with this problem will usually not begin a type of sexual activity or will not respond to their partner’s desire for sexual activity.
ISD can either relate to someone never have an interest in sex or someone who may have had interest at one time but no longer does.
This is a quite common problem and usually stems from one person not having a sexual interest in their partner for one reason or another. These reasons can include financial problems, communication issues, no affection in the relationship or power struggles. Other causes may include traumatic sexual experiences such as rape or incest.
It can also be because someone has had a strict religious upbringing.
Premature ejaculation is when a man ejaculates too soon or sooner that their partner would like. If this happens every so often, there is usually not a problem. However, if this seems to be an ongoing issue, this is considered premature ejaculation. Premature ejaculation is one of the most common sexual problems among men.
Treatment for premature ejaculation usually includes therapy, medications along with psychotherapy and hypnotherapy in Newcastle. One or a combination of these can be used. Sexual therapy involves steps such as masturbating an hour before intercourse so that ejaculation during intercourse can be delayed.
Certain antidepressants and topical anesthetic creams are used to treat this problem but by far the most effective way of overcoming sexual problems is with hypnotherapy.
Painful intercourse happens with many women at least once in their lives. It becomes a problem when the pain becomes either persistent or recurring. The genital pain will normally occur before, during or after sex. The symptoms may be pain with sexual entry, pain with only certain partners and not others or pain under specific circumstances but not all, burning or aching or intense pain during thrusting.
The two most common treatments for pain during intercourse are medication and hypnotherapy in Newcastle. The kind of medication given will depend on the underlying issue. For instance, if the pain is experienced in post-menopausal women, this may be due to not enough lubrication so prescription creams or tablets may be given.
If you suffer from one of the many different types of sexual problems please do not suffer in silence. Call the Quays Clinic today. Hypnotherapy in Newcastle is a fantastic way to treat a person that has a low sexual desire.