A Simple Guide to Sexual Health
by Kenneth Kee
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I do not pretend to be an expert on sexual health.
But today with the new permissive society there has been an increase in sexually transmitted diseases and division in the family with the divorces and family abuses.
It is important to realize that the physical aspect of sexual intercourse is just as important to the couple as well as the loving and intimate relationship.
Sexual Intercourse has been called a "two backed beast" by none other than Shakespeare in his play Othello.
He was of course describing the normal position taken by an intimate couple using a missionary position.
Sexual Intercourse is proven to relieve individuals of distress and bring numerous health benefits like improved cholesterol levels and increased blood circulation.
The intimacy and touching in the sexual act relieves tension and other unwanted feelings.
This breathing during the sexual intercourse improves blood circulation and massaging or touching certain parts of the body encourages the production of substances called endorphins, the body's natural painkiller.
People who have a supportive sexual partner manage emotional or psychological distress better, live longer, and enjoy improved overall health.
This kind of emotional intimacy in sex is good for one's emotional and physical health.
People who have a monogamous sexual partner will be free of the fear of sexually transmitted diseases.
Sex can also be a great stress reliever.
Sex and orgasms promote a long-term calming effect and help keep psychological balance.
Sex does not mean only the physical relationship a person has with his mate.
More importantly is the bonding and the healthy physical and emotional relationship the person has with his soul mate that is called love.
A healthy sex life is an important matter in one's life.
Table of Content
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Sexual Health
Chapter 3 Male Problems:
Chapter 4 Premature Ejaculation
Chapter 5 Erectile Dysfunction
Chapter 6 Balanitis
Chapter 7 Urethritis
Chapter 8 Orchitis
Chapter 9 Andropause
Chapter 10 Female Problems:
Chapter 11 Vaginismus
Chapter 12 Vulvitis
Chapter 13 Vaginitis
Chapter 14 Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
Chapter 15 Menopause
Chapter 16 Sexual Transmitted Diseases
Chapter 17 Age and Sex
- Kenneth Kee, November 2012
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