15 Important Ways Sex Aids In Body and mind

 

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There’s no way to get in the mood when all you’re thinking about is work and bills. Try meditating for 10 or 15 minutes before hopping into bed with your partner. The quiet time will hopefully calm your mind, and help you leave stress (and any other sex-drive killers) at your bedroom door. Sex is fun.

I’m sure I don’t need to sell you on the concept. But exactly how fun dancing the horizontal mambo is depends more on what’s going on up top than, well, anywhere else. Your brain is your most powerful sex organ, and learning how it works can be the difference between “eh” and “ah!” Let’s. Mind & Body. Mind & Body 8 Ways Sex Affects Your Brain the so-called bonding hormone that helps mothers and babies bond and which also has pain-relieving properties.

Think of sex as a prescription for good health — your mind and body will thank you for it. Last medically reviewed on October 23, 2013 Medically reviewed by Janet Brito, Ph.D., LCSW, CST. Regular sex may even lower your likelihood of getting a cold or the flu. Lower pain levels: The endorphins from sex promote more than just a sense of well-being and calm.

Sex endorphins also appear to reduce migraine and back pain. May Promote Weight Loss: Having sex for 30 minutes burns an average of 200 calories.   The rewarding brain chemicals released during sex can subdue food. The slurry of chemicals, and the pathways they travel in your brain, help define your personality, and that’s pretty important in the bedroom.

But while the brain has long been portrayed as command central, relaying orders to the rest of the body, the most recent science shows. How the body and mind shape our sex lives. The body and mind play together in multi-faceted ways, which affects how we experience sex. both mind and body play an important. Here are Elena’s top seven tips for reconnecting with your body and getting back into sex when your mind starts to wander. (Don’t worry: that ceiling paint is not actually that big a deal.) 1. Sex can burn fat, cause the brain to release endorphins, and drastically reduce anxiety.

Increase lifespan. Through its health-improving benefits, a good sex life can add years to your life. Solidify relationships.

Sex is a chance to express the closeness of your deepest relationship. Give refuge. Sex gives you a chance to escape from the sometimes harsh realities of the world. The Power of Your Mind. Your mind can be your best asset or your worst enemy.

Learn how to train your brain to help your body perform at its peak. Everyone has.

List of related literature:

Although this list is by no means exhaustive, it gives some idea of the commonly held attitudes and beliefs about sex.

“Counselling Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse” by Christiane Sanderson
from Counselling Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse
by Christiane Sanderson
J. Kingsley, 2006

Sex skills trng: dir masturb and sens focus.

“Women's Sexual Function and Dysfunction: Study, Diagnosis and Treatment” by Irwin Goldstein, Cindy M. Meston, Susan Davis, Abdulmaged Traish
from Women’s Sexual Function and Dysfunction: Study, Diagnosis and Treatment
by Irwin Goldstein, Cindy M. Meston, et. al.
Taylor & Francis, 2005

Keeping your sex life new, creative, and vibrant love personified, and even though sex is an important helps too.

“Love Signs and You: The Ultimate Astrological Guide to Love, Sex, and Relationships” by Skye Alexander, Rochelle Gordon, Nadia Stiegltz
from Love Signs and You: The Ultimate Astrological Guide to Love, Sex, and Relationships
by Skye Alexander, Rochelle Gordon, Nadia Stiegltz
Atria Books, 2003

The 13 items cover the following areas: relationship-sexual, receptivity, initiation, desire-frequency, affection, desiresatisfaction, desire-distress, thoughts-positive, erotica, arousal–frequency, arousal-ease, arousal-continuation, orgasm.

“A Guide to Assessments That Work” by John Hunsley, Eric J. Mash
from A Guide to Assessments That Work
by John Hunsley, Eric J. Mash
Oxford University Press, 2008

1, for example, discussions focus on the anatomy and physiology of the sexual response cycle, sexual fantasies, and masturbation, enriched by four videocassettes/films and augmented by readings and home exercises.

“Studies in Human Sexuality: A Selected Guide” by Suzanne G. Frayser, Thomas J. Whitby
from Studies in Human Sexuality: A Selected Guide
by Suzanne G. Frayser, Thomas J. Whitby
Libraries Unlimited, 1995

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  • Hey I have a question about therapy? Is online therapy still as safe as in person therapy? My parents r worried about my interest in online therapy bc they’re nervous about scammers which is valid. But I haven’t gone this whole quarantine since March without a therapy session and I’m not comfortable even with the tools given to me. I miss my old therapist but he’s going to retire this yr. so how and what are the best ways to transition to one therapist to the other? Do I have to start from the very beginning, bc that’s a lot of info? Thanks for reading!

  • 4:10 Women ARE NOT, on average, “slower to get aroused and lubricated than men”.

    Studies, initially using IR cameras, but later precise sensors, ALL found that women took no longer to reach any stage of arousal in response to visual stimuli than men. In addition, when self-pleasuring sans edging women took no longer, on average, to achieve orgasm (e.g. 65% in under 3 minutes).

    At the heart of this misconception is comparing apples to oranges (e.g. erections vs lubrication). For example, women get clitoral erections actually slightly faster than men, and men produce peak lubrication (pre-cum) with the same average delay as women. In short, comparing an initial stage of arousal of one gender (erections) to a later stage in another (lubrication) makes no sense.

  • between the other problem is oxalic acid in food, look up Sally Norton and her experience!!! Oxalate is a crystal that loges into tissues and can cause pain.

  • This information is so needed to be provided! Thank you for a wonderful lovingly presented video! I am very fortunate to have been sent to a gynecologist who specializes in women with post menopausal problems. He directed me to additional sources of information and “supplies” and he has physical therapists who work in his office who are also specialists. It is time for these issues to be brought out into the open and for men and women to have access to healthy education. You are such a gift to all of us who subscribe to your channel. Sending you and each of your daughters big hugs!

  • Some women endure painful sex for years and years. It burns physically. Emotionally, I imagine self harming or floating up out of the room to escape.

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  • I hate this myth that women take longer to get aroused than a man.
    This is pretty much nonsense IMO.

    Basically if you’re not naturally lubed, you’re just not into him. You might even have thought you loved him. But your body is saying otherwise

  • Amazing Book to read: * “ Restoring the Pleasure by Joyce Penner and Clifford Penner”. It’s so informative and detailed, highly recommend it!

  • Great video! It would be amazing if you record a video on fear of love and closeness. I think it’s really common in our world but people dont talk about it at all.

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  • I’m so glad awareness is being spread about this little-known topic. I had vaginismus as a young bride 25 years ago and got over it. The journey wasn’t easy but it is possible. I now have 4 kids ����

  • Hi, I used a product called vagi-wave to help me. I tried all sorts of things before this hypnotherapy visits to clueless gynaecologists etc. There is loads of things on this website which may help.

  • I’ve been in a functionally sexless marriage for twenty years due to this condition. I know there are treatments, but the issue is my wife has severe avoidance about addressing this. She becomes extremely defensive, and actually (verbally) violent and cruel when I force the discussion every six months or so.
    Thank you for addressing the issue, but as a man looking for resources to deal with my situation, forgive me, but this is yet another base level explanation for someone who’s never heard of the condition.
    I’d love someone to address the avoidance issue that comes with vaginismus. The base emotion is fearfear of pain, fear of rejection, fear of failure, fear of judgement. My wife will NOT engage in even discussion about this.
    How do you support someone you love who has this condition, who is unable to confront her fear enough to get treatment.
    Thank you.

  • This content needs a serious update. The issue of women’s sexual arousal is really not emphasized enough nor talked about. Sex is painful when the woman is not turned on and hardened yes, a woman’s clitoris needs to be aroused, too! Oftentimes the pain doesn’t need to be “treated” at all but simply either the moment or the the partner or both is wrong! Women are often raised not to listen to the cues coming from their bodies, or ignore the fact that they are not turned on enough it takes more time than for men and their partners rush and force themselves upon women. Even if enough talking is involved and things are not rushed, the chemistry still might not work and women’s bodies are not aroused enough. The result is painful sex for women and/or no orgasm. So really before we start to talk about “vaginismus” diagnoses, we really need to make sure that the precondition not only wetness in vagina/vulva but also hardened clitoris was met in the first place! This is really important and never the be merely assumed or dismissed in sex education, as female arousal and pleasure sadly is even today. It would be really important @TherapyinaNutshell for you to edit this video accordingly! Otherwise, by talking about vaginismus, you are uncounciously supporting a very harmful Christian fundamentalist bias of pathologizing and diagnosing wives who cannot have sex due to ‘vaginismus’, which in fact just a mismatch in body chemistry of the couple: a female body saying no to their husband’s body. Oftentimes this happnes when sex is taking place only after the marriage. There is no need for treatment or diagnosis there if the women are not turned on.

  • This is not a pertinent subject for me. But I appreciate that you are addressing it. And I just listen to all your stuff because it’s educational. and many things I share with others. And there are topics that you address that I have found helpful. Like the brain rewiring, trauma recovery, dealing with anxiety videos. And I REALLY appreciate your inclusion\respect of a person’s spirituality in dealing with issues.

  • never had a loss of libido when I finished menopause because I all had left was high normal testosterone but it also made me irritated and angry. I had to add back estrogen and progesterone. My mom went through the same drop too.

  • This is a real thing. I know a lady who had pain for a long while. Hormone treatment.
    I dated a virgn years ago. I never really understood what turned her into a tiger. She was shy. She consulted a doctor and something changed. Don’t be afraid to ask your doctor for help.