Sexual health is defined as the state of sexuality related to physical, emotional, mental and social well-being. Geez. Did I say that? O, and kids, sorry to be tardy to the party, but like I said last week moving is a big, stinky, bitch in tight panties.
A positive and respectful approach towards sexuality and sexual relationships is vital for attaining a sound sexual health. Your feelings have a great impact on your sexual appetite. For example, if you are feeling anxious, bitter or angry towards your spouse you will not feel like having a sex with them. Or, if your boyfriend is a total ass and says jacked up crap and you wanna pop ’em in the chops. You may not wanna suck a dick. Anywho.
A man’s sexual health is of immense concern nowadays. You could be the most affectionate man in the world but if you are unable to satisfy your spouse in the bed it can lead to relationship issues. Sex is very important for a relationship to go smooth. Your inability to last in bed can turn your relationship bitter. Anxiety builds up in your mind making sex one of the most traumatic things in your life. If y’all a’int doing it ….you are done. Various psychological factors are also considered while discussing a mans sexual health. Men’s failure to achieve their goal in life can put them into a state of depression. Avoidance to sex becomes natural in such a situation.
Other topics relating to a mans sexual health are as follows:
• Rapid or delayed ejaculation
• Prostate health
A decrease in the production of testosterone in men makes them loose their desire in sex. Low sexual desire can also be the result of some chronic disease, hormonal imbalances, stress, fatigue or a poor body image. Most of the men today suffer from erectile dysfunction. And I wonder about this? Could it be something in the water? Or, is it just b/c the baby boomers have had their last hoorah? So, ED is a sexual dysfunction that can immobilize a man to develop an erection of the penis. Health problems such as high blood-pressure, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, high cholesterol or depression contribute to erectile dysfunction. Anybody can be affected by this illness at any stage of life, but more often it’s seen in men above the age of 40 years. BTW, I a podcast on prostate health.
Men usually hesitate to talk about their sexual health as it might hurt their ego. They take it as a curse and begin living with it. Living under such a stress can lead to depression. If your husband feels the same, try taking to him. Make him feel comfortable and share his feelings with you.
A mans sexual health needs considerate assistance. Do not dither to talk about your sexual problems with your spouse, doctor, close friend, pastor, and G*D for that matter. Just talk. Please.
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