Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Treat Impotence With Sex
Impotence is a term that has been used for many centuries and it is mentioned in the context of sexual powerlessness in men.
From a clinical standpoint, this term is defined for the first time in the Dictionary of Practical Medicine published in 1883 in London. From back then until today, the meaning of this term has not changed and when we talk about impotence we talk about the inability of a man to have sexual intercourse in certain situations. This inability can occur in all periods of sexual maturity and it can be divided into two categories – primary (in which a man has never been able to have sexual intercourse) and secondary (which lasts for a certain period of time and prior to that the man was able to have a normal sex life). Of course, the latter is much more common and much easier to eliminate and the success rate is more than 90%.
What can cause impotence?
There are various causes of impotence. In a number of cases the cause has organic nature like undeveloped or anomalous sex organs, diseases or injuries related to the spinal cord etc. Impotence is often a side effect of some severe chronic diseases (like diabetes for example) which deplete the body in such a way in which the sufferer doesn’t feel a need for sexual intercourses.
However, when the man is normally developed and physically healthy, the impotence is a reflection of his emotional state or negative feelings towards their partner, burdened with various fears and anxiety.
The causes of impotence should be found in the way certain man experiences his own sexuality as well as his attitude towards his partner. In case we are not talking about serious psychological deviations or organic nature of the disorders which require to treat impotent, impotence can be treated with behavioral therapy. The methodology in this treatment is based on the principle that the cause of impotence is always the same – negative emotions in the form of anxiety and negative emotions which result in the inability of men to relax and despite their desire to have sex they cannot maintain a hard erection or even achieve erection at all.
Therefore, this therapy, assuming that the patient is motivated and wants to keep his relationship with his partner, is focused on elimination of anxiety and fear whereby, instead of these negative emotions the participants are forcing a desire for relaxation and achieving sexual pleasure, but without the pressure for complete success. This strategy represents the basis for most treatments used in cases of sexual disorders.
In the case of impotent, therapy includes certain specifics and it is implemented in several phases: caressing, genital stimulation without an orgasm, genital stimulation to orgasm, partial sexual intercourse and complete sexual intercourse. It further boost testosterone level and increase sex drives.
With the final phase, the therapy is finished. The entire therapy lasts for about three months and it is worth mentioning that in case this problem reoccurs, both partners can ask their therapist for advice and help.