Sex is a natural and healthy part of life
The World Health Organization calls sex “a central aspect of being human”.
Good, consensual, and safe sex is essential for overall health and wellbeing. Yet, this health behaviour is so often associated with shame, embarrassment, and anxiety.
Common sexual difficulties include
Pain during sex
Low sexual desire and arousal
Erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation
Compulsive sexual behaviour/hypersexuality/sex addiction
Intrusive thoughts and memories
Sexual dysfunctions refer to any problems that prevent a person or couple from satisfying sex.
Research shows that sexual dysfunctions impact 23% of women and 31% of men.
You’re not alone and help is available to you.