What are the main sexual problems and what are the factors influencing the occurrence of such problems, what is the difference between sexual problems and sexual disorders?
Sex in cohabitation is like fuel for a car; It is impossible to move the car until fuel is available, but it should be noted that fuel alone is not enough to move. Although sex can help move and dynamize and even survive cohabitation, it alone does not guarantee the survival of your relationship, but what exactly are sexual problems? What are sexual disorders? And what to do with them?
The first step is to be aware of how much you know about sex. In the second stage, recognize the sexual problems. Remember that sexual problems and sexual disorders are two separate categories. Sexual problems are milder than sexual disorders. In the third step, just as you accept a cold, accept your sexual problems or disorders and seek treatment for them.
What are sexual problems?
Lack of sexual satisfaction can not easily be categorized as sexual dysfunction. Most couples who go to sex clinics for guidance are dissatisfied with their sexuality. A group of these wives only complain of lack of pleasure. There are several factors that can cause sexual problems. Problems in communication between spouses in general (for example, a constant quarrel) and loss of attractiveness of spouses for each other and fatigue from constant sexual activity (in terms of shape and status of sexual intercourse); So if there is a problem with sexual satisfaction, it is a sexual problem, not a disorder.
Sexual problems may manifest themselves in the form of depression, insomnia, or gynecological complaints and infertility. Sexual problems need to enrich the relationship between spouses. If the relationship between the spouses and the mental state of each of them improves, usually the sexual problems will also disappear.
Sexual disorders in men
1- Male orgasm disorder
Men who do not reach orgasm or so-called ejaculation suffer from this disorder. This disorder can be permanent, that is, it has existed since the first sexual intercourse, or it can be acquired, that is, it can occur from one time onwards, while this disorder can be situational, meaning only in some specific cases, or inclusive, ie in all relationships. Be sexual. The disease can be severe or moderate.
2- Premature ejaculation disorder
Frequent ejaculation with sexual arousal, at least before or immediately after sexual intercourse. This disorder can prevent the other party or women from reaching orgasm.
3- Erectile dysfunction
Defective onset or continuation of erection in men, persistent or recurrent inability to initiate or maintain an erection until sexual activity is complete. This disorder, like previous disorders, can be permanent or acquired.
Sexual disorders in women
Sexual dysfunction is a problem in different stages of sexual intercourse that requires psychotherapy. Every sexual intercourse consists of several stages, the beginning of which is arousal and the end of which is the suppression of arousal. If there is a problem at any stage, there is a disturbance. Let’s first identify women’s disorders:
1- Disorder of lack of interest and desire for sex
In this disorder, the person is usually not interested in having sex and responds reluctantly.
2- Orgasm disorder
In this disorder, the woman may be very aroused but not reach orgasm or orgasm.
3- Inhibition disorder and lack of sexual arousal
In this disorder, the person has difficulty in arousal and sexual response; The reasons for this can be feelings of guilt, hostility, internal conflict between the desire to have sex and unconscious fear of it, anxiety due to lack of sexual knowledge or unrealistic expectations of sex, negative parental messages about sex, having experience Sexual harassment has led to the use of drugs and diseases that affect testosterone and pituitary function.
4- Vaginismus disorder
Spontaneous spasm of the external muscles of the genitals and their involuntary contraction make sex impossible.