Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Intimacy Product of The Month

Extase Calin Massage Candle
The Calin massage oil candle helps you relax and release stress and toxins from the body. When lit, this massage candle turns into luxurious massage oil, which is warm enough for a massage but not too hot that it will burn.
Developed from the “Zen” concept of the Oriental Culture, the rounded sphere-shaped container is designed like a Chinese teapot and resembles a heated spa stone. The rounded body-safe ceramic cover doubles as a massage tool. This natural soy bean candle is infused with essential oils to enhance relaxation.
Available scents:
  • Sandalwood | Rich, musky, masculine scent with Sandalwood that also includes a slight floral note.
  • Secret Wish | Light, crisp, fresh scent.
  • Spring Rose | Soft, luxurious floral scent.
  • Violet Rose  | Floral scent with hint of violet.

Saturday, June 28, 2014

Understating The Cycle of Sexual Aging Associated with Sexual Function

Oftentimes individuals are not aware of the natural sexual changes that the body goes through as it ages.  Some individuals view this as lack of sexual desire or a newly developed sexual dysfunction.

For men the function of the penis changes from adolescents until a man is in his later years. A man in  his twenties, gets erections from any type of stimulation. He can get an erection when the “wind blows”, as the old saying goes. The power and speed of his ejaculation can literally send his semen across the room, or for some guys on the ceiling.


As men age mental stimulation and direct penile stimulation are necessary in helping to maintain an erection, and sexual interest with their partner, “Variety is the spice of life.” 

Some men begin to think that there is something wrong with them sexually because what used to turn them on or how they achieved an erection does not work the same way for them anymore. They start to think that they have a sexual problem, when in reality it is quite normal.  With other men that may have gotten a divorce and begin to date again, and have some problems getting an erection, maintaining an erection or even having an orgasm, this is also very normal. Talking to a professional clinical sexologist can help him understand and educate him on how to control the anxiety that cuts off the blood flow to the penis and function sexually again in the new dating world.

For women as they age their bodies, mind, and hormones change as well.

Some women in their twenties and thirties who took birth control pills for a long period of time, it can affect their desire later on, creating an imbalance in progesterone, estrogen and testosterone. If this happens a woman may want to get her hormones regulated by asking her doctor for a saliva test to see the levels. As women age many become more comfortable with their bodies, but may still feel uncomfortable talking about sex with their partner. Childbirth, hormones, stress, and unsatisfying sex over an extended period of time can greatly affect a women’s enjoyment of sex and her level of desire.

A woman that spends years in a relationship without having orgasms or enjoying sex, it can cause physical problems later on: Such as chronic bladder infections, pain during intercourse or a negative feeling towards sex.

On one end of the spectrum as women age and approaches their 40’s if sex is viewed as positive, and enjoyable then it can be a freeing experience for many women. Women in their 40’s that are divorced, meeting younger men are now having some of the best sex of their lives. For women mental stimulation at any age is important, as well as feeling safe with a partner and good about themselves. Women’s minds are constantly stimulated by daily stress so it takes women a longer time to calm down and focus on the sexual experience, before she can get aroused. Increased foreplay and positive mental stimulation is necessary for a woman to enjoy sex as she ages. Women fall into the same rut of boredom surrounding sex just as men do.


For both men and women understanding how the body and mind ages sexually is extremely important in a relationship, and for many married couples it can be one of the reasons why they are no longer being intimate with each other.
If you have a personal question for Dr. Dawn Michael you can visit her website www.thehappyspouse.com or call (805) 732-7847

Read more: http://www.examiner.com/article/how-the-body-and-mind-ages-sexually-both-men-and-woman?cid=db_articles#ixzz35xatxKiO


Saturday, June 14, 2014

Intimacy counseling helps to improve the sex in marriage

Do We Just Have Sex To Reach An Orgasm?: Sure, there are a lot of reasons to have sex. But is the physical, pleasurable sensation the reason most people enjoy sex? Our Experts discuss.



Why not make sex the side dish and add in all of the other experiences as the leading up to the main dish, which can be the slow process of orgasm ,or for women multiple orgasms.

Saturday, June 7, 2014

Do We Just Have Sex To Reach An Orgasm?

Do We Just Have Sex To Reach An Orgasm?: Sure, there are a lot of reasons to have sex. But is the physical, pleasurable sensation the reason most people enjoy sex? Our Experts discuss.

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

How To Have The Best Sex Of Your Life

How To Have The Best Sex Of Your Life: Many of us settle for mediocre sex. But we don't have to. It's said that the largest sex organ is your brain - And these Experts want to help you get out of your own way and have the best sex of your life.Watch it on YourTango: http://www.yourtango.com/love-sex-dating-how-can-i-have-best-sex-my-life-video

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Information on Exercises to Help with Premature Ejaculation

As a clinical sexologist, intimacy counselor and sex educator I look for ways to help individuals and couples have a healthy sex life.  Here are a few articles on exercise for premature ejaculation.

Study: Pelvic exercises benefit men who suffer from premature ejaculation

Statistics from the Urology Care Foundation reveal that premature ejaculation affects about one in five American men between the ages of 18 and 59. This condition is characterized by a lack of control over ejaculation, causing the men who suffer from it to reach orgasm sooner than they would prefer when they're engaging in sexual activities. Understandably, this can lead to them feeling embarrassed or self-conscious, though a new study suggests that pelvic exercises may help.
According to HealthDay News, a team of researchers led by Dr. Antonio Pastore of Sapienza University of Rome taught 40 men who suffer from premature ejaculation how to exercise their pelvic floor muscles and instructed them to do so for a 12-week period.  Read More

Edited by Bryan Len, Puddy, Socha.michael.123, Teresa and 32 others
Premature ejaculation, or PE, affects a broad range of men worldwide. PE is when a man climaxes before he wants to — it is not measured by a time limit. Although PE is common, it is by no means incurable, nor is it a serious sexual condition. Read on for helpful hints and tips about how to fight against PE. read more


How to talk to your partner about premature ejaculation?

Premature ejaculation (PE) affects not only a man but also his partner in the relationship. In an episode of PE, the intimacy shared with a partner if he suddenly orgasms to a quick can leave both feeling angry, ashamed, and frustrated, and turn away from each other.

Communication is not only important to successful diagnosis and treatment, but can also help a partner understand the feelings of the individual. Sometimes couple counseling or intimacy counseling may be useful. Together a couple might develop techniques (for example, the squeeze technique) that may prolong an erection. Most importantly, the couple should try to relax. Anxiety (especially performance anxiety) only makes this condition worse.

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